It has a number of camping spots, each with its own fireplace, a picnic table, power outlet, parking and lighting. However, the bathrooms, kitchen and toilets are shared, with a good supply of hot and cold water.
Also in the same compound are a restaurant, lodge rooms, a shop with basics, curio shops, a post office, a fuel station and swimming pool.
What to do thereCamping, braai or barbecue, campfires, picnics, swimming, and game viewing at the nearby waterhole.
All visitors need to bring their own camping equipment
Best time to visitThe dry season of May to October, when animal sightings are higher. This is usually the winter and spring seasons.
Location of Okaukuejo campsite
The campsite is on the southeastern end of Okaukuejo camp, within walking distance of the waterhole's viewpoint.
It also is inside Etosha national park.
How to get thereBy road — less than a half hour drive from Anderson's gate.
There is an airstrip nearby, though you may need to arrange for transportation from there to the camp.
References1. By Yathin S Krishnappa - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=24541211