Highly recommend Betta Camp, it was one of the most affordable campsites on our whole trip and by far the nicest. Very nice cooking/picnic area, raised viewing platform and nice bathrooms. Lot's of friendly animals including even an Orkx! So fun.
We really enjoyed our family room - the air cooler was a life saver. Willem the tame Oryx was a delight. We enjoyed the sunset deck in repurposed bathtubs. Very clever! The only sad part was incredibly rude and thoughtless campers who made a racket till late. They turned aggressive when other campers asked them to keep it down at 11pm. Ah well.
Very nice and calm location, we especially enjoyed the sunset and the night sky full of stars from the roofs. The campsites are well equipped with seating, electricity and own water supply. All in all we had a pleasant one night stay
We stayed in the Superior Chalet. When you drive onto the site, you first think "Where did I end up?” But if you have the overview (after 3-4 minutes) you are very happy. That was one of our best accommodations in Namibia. Sure, it's not a lodge, but the chalet was nicely furnished, everything was clean and the location was so relaxing. We also enjoyed having no W-LAN. There is a waterhole on the area. The camping pitches are also very nicely furnished, with a shady spot. Showers and toilets for campers are good. There is a laundry service for 12 € per machine/dryer at the site. Bring your food with you, because there is no supermarket there. We were very happy to have booked there.
Lovely place to stopover, the owner and son were super kind and even let me watch my English football team on their personal TV. Loved the dogs and oryx. Only observation is that the ladies who work in the office are miserable unfriendly and not very helpful.