ETOSHA NATIONAL PARK
Okaukuejo Camp has situated only 17 km from the southern entrance of the Etosha Park from the Andersson Gate.
The Camp is the oldest tourist camp in Etosha and the administrative centre of the park. Okaukuejo is also home to the Etosha Ecological Institute. It is at the western end of the Etosha Pan. There is a selection of accommodation available to provide you with a level of comfort. The most popular of the accommodations are the premier waterhole chalets. These are overlooking the floodlit waterhole at Okaukuejo.
The main attraction of this camp is that it overlooks a permanent waterhole which is floodlit at night. A wide diversity of wildlife surrounds Okaukuejo camps. The wildlife congregates and interacts from lion to rhino to elephant and antelope.
The spectacle starts at dawn, with animals coming in large numbers to quench their thirst. The activity continues throughout the day until late at night. In the early evenings, it is not uncommon to have black rhino, elephant, and lion all drinking at the same time.
Aus: Good waterhole. Here you should see black-faced impala, elephant, gemsbok, kudu, springbok, zebra and even rhino.
Gemsbokvlakte: An excellent waterhole for viewing in the dry months. This waterhole attracts a variety of game including elephant and lion.
Homob: Close to the edge of the pan.
Okaukuejo: The waterhole is a main attraction at the camp. The busy night-time activity around the waterhole is beautiful. The viewing platform is about 50 metres from the hole which is floodlit after dark.
Okondeka: On the edge of the pan this waterhole is popular with the plains animals. You might see a giraffe and even a lion here.
Olifantsbad: Attractive mopane veld. Here is a Good variety of game including elephant, lion, black nosed impala, red hartebeest, gemsbok, kudu, zebra.
Ombika: A good waterhole visited by a variety of animals.
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|MINIMUM STAY:||1 night|
|Accommodation B&B||July 18 - Oct 18||Nov 18- June 19||July 19 - Oct 19|
|Double Room B&B A. p.p||NAD 1400||NAD 1200||NAD 1500|
|Single Rates||NAD 1540||NAD 1350||NAD 1750|
|Double Room B&B B. p.p||NAD 1440||NAD 1200||NAD 1600|
|Single Rate||NAD 1570||NAD 1350||NAD 1850|
|Bush Chalet 2 beds - disabled access||NAD 1470||NAD 1200||NAD 1500|
|Bush Chalet 2 beds p.p||NAD 1470||NAD 1400||NAD 1700|
|Single Rates||NAD 1620||NAD 1350||NAD 1950|
|Family Chalet B&B 4 Beds p.p||NAD 1620||NAD 1350||NAD 1800|
|Waterhole Chalets B&B 2 Beds p.p||NAD 2000||NAD 1500||NAD 2200|
|Single Rates||NAD 2100||NAD 1650||NAD 2450|
|Premier Chalet B&B 4 Beds p.p||NAD 3450||NAD 2500||NAD 3750|
|Camping max 8 per site|
|per site||NAD 280||N/A||N/A|
|per person||NAD 170||NAD 300||NAD 350|
|Guided Morning Drives||NAD 620||NAD 650||NAD 650|
|Guided Afternoon Drives||NAD 620||NAD 650||NAD 750|
|Night Drives||NAD 730||NAD 750||NAD 750|