Halali Camp can be found halfway between Okaukuejo and Namutoni. German soldiers enjoyed hunting here before Governor Von Lindequist wisely declared the Etosha region a game park and reserve. “Halali” means the sound of a horn which signals the end of a day's hunting.
Halali Camp is at the base of a dolomite hill, under the shade of Mopane trees. The camp is easily accessible through the Anderson or Von Lindequist entrance gate. Furthermore, the centre has a floodlit waterhole with raised seating for excellent game sightings. This provides exceptional wildlife viewing throughout the day and into the night. Therefore, it is a perfect location for sunset views and photography.
Halali Camp is one of the guests' favourite watering holes inside Etosha National Park. Elephants, black rhinos, spotted hyenas, and lions are regular visitors. For one thing, there is a resident leopard that drinks at the Moringa waterhole every day!
Other facilities include a restaurant, bar, shop, swimming pool, kiosk and camping facilities. With attention to detail and their focus on providing a comfortable stay, we highly recommend Halali Camp.
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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: A 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 elephants.
Rietfontein: This is a very popular and large waterhole frequented by springbok, elephants and lions, and nearly all the park species. It's a little far from the road for photographers but a must-visit.
Salvadora: Popular waterhole with plains animals – springbok and gemsbok.
Sueda: Popular waterhole with plains animals.
NOTICE: Plastic bag usage within national parks
Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR) would like to inform you that plastic bags are no longer allowed within any Namibian national parks. Therefore, any plastic bags in your possession will be removed by the Ministry of Environment and Tourism personnel.
|MINIMUM STAY:||1 night|
Rates are per person sharing, except when the single rate applies
Halali Camp Rate
|Nov 2023 - June 2024||July 2024 - Oct 2024|
|Double Room||NAD 1270||NAD 1350|
|Single Rate||NAD 1380||NAD 1890|
|Bush Chalet - 4 Beds - min 3||NAD 1400||NAD 1890|
|Bush Chalet - 2 Beds||NAD 1400||NAD 1890|
|Single Rate||NAD 1610||NAD 2090|
|Bush Chalet - disabled access - 2 beds||NAD 1400||NAD 1890|
|Single rate||NAD 1610||NAD 2090|
|Family Chalet - 4 Beds - min 3||NAD 2160||NAD 2230|
|Honeymoon Suite - double bed||NAD 1680||NAD 2520|
|Single Rate||NAD 1890||NAD 2730|
|Per person - Max 8 per site||NAD 420||NAD 500|
|Guided Morning Drive||NAD 650||NAD 650|
|Guided Afternoon Drive||NAD 650||NAD 650|
|Night Drive||NAD 750||NAD 750|