ETOSHA NATIONAL PARK
Halali Camp and the word Halali refers to the sound of a bugle or horn announcing the end of a day’s hunting. The German soldiers that were posted here enjoyed the hunting. This was until Governor Von Lindequist wisely declared the Etosha a game park and reserve.
Halali Camp is strategically located halfway between Okaukuejo and Namutoni. Halali is at the base of a dolomite hill, amongst shady Mopane trees. The Halali camp is easily accessible either through Anderson or Von Lindequist entrance gates. There is a floodlit waterhole. The elevated seating arrangements allow for excellent viewing of the watering hole at Halali. The waterhole provides exceptional wildlife viewing throughout the day and into the night.
Halali Camp is one of the favourite watering holes inside Etosha National Park. The seating area is High and overlooks all of the waterholes. It is an excellent location for sunset views and photography over the waterhole. Halali waterhole has excellent animal reflections in the waterhole. It is the regular visiting point for Elephants, Black Rhino, Spotted Hyena, and lions. There is a resident leopard that drinks daily at the Moringa waterhole of Halali. Other facilities include a restaurant, bar, shop, swimming pool, kiosk and camping facilities.
Batia: An excellent waterhole for viewing plains animals. Blue wildebeest, springbok, and elephant are common at Halali.
Charitsaub: Popular waterhole with plains animals – springbok, gemsbok, plus cheetah
Goas: Lots of animals visit this waterhole. Black-faced impala, blue wildebeest, red hartebeest, elephant, lion, zebra and birds of prey.
Helio: Small waterhole, but you can often find an elephant and small game here.
Nuamses: Close to the edge of the pan this waterhole attracts plains animals and elephant.
Rietfontein: Very popular and large waterhole frequented by Springbok, elephant, lion along with nearly all the species found in the park, including leopard. It’s a little far from the road for photographers, but a must visit.
Salvadora: Popular waterhole with plains animals – springbok, gemsbok.
Sueda: Popular waterhole with plains animals – springbok, gemsbok.
NOTICE: Plastic Bag usage within the National parks:
Namibia Wildlife resorts (NWR) would like to inform you that with immediate effect plastic bags are no longer allowed within all Namibia National Parks. Therefore, any plastic bags that might be in your possessions will be removed by the Ministry of Environment and Tourism personnel when you enter any of the National Parks.
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|Accommodation||July 18 - Oct 18||Nov 18 - June 19||July 19 - Oct 19|
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|Family Bush Chalets 4 Beds B&B||NAD 1540||NAD 1540||NAD 1600|
|Honeymoon Suite B&B||NAD 1540||NAD 1200||NAD 1800|
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