Okaukuejo camp

Okaukuejo camp of Etosha National Park,  one of the entrances <sup>1</sup>

Okaukuejo camp of Etosha National Park, one of the entrances 1
One of several accommodation points inside Etosha national park, a village managed by Namibia wildlife resorts.

Inside are a large campsite, rooms for lodging, a restaurant, swimming pool, a shop, curio shops, a post office, a fuel station and ample parking space.

Around its perimeter is a game proof fence, outside of which lies a man made waterhole where animals come to drink from every day.

Some of the park's rooms have a good view of it, for 24/7 game viewing, though there also is a viewpoint nearby.

What to do thereGame viewing, hiking, swimming, braai or barbecues, lodging, functions, picnics, camping, wine and dining.

Best time to visitThe dry months of May to October, which are considered high season, with more animal sightings and slightly higher prices.

Location of Okaukuejo campOkaukuejo camp is on the southern end of Etosha national park, less than a 15 minute drive from the Etosha Salt Pan.

It also is about 18 km north of Anderson's gate, through tarmac roads.

How to get thereBy road or air.

There is an airstrip nearby that allows one to have a bird's eye view of the Etosha salt pan before landing.

Or get there using a private or rental vehicle — about a 5 hour drive north of Windhoek.

There also are a number of companies that offer self dive, and bus tour packages to the area.

References1. By Olga Ernst - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=72811751

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