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We had a waterhole room which was a bit disappointing as you couldn't actually see the waterhole from it. The waterhole was great and we were lucky enough to see rhino and lion at it, at night. However the room was small. I guess it...More
Stayed 2 nights while on safari in Etosha. Lodging was adequate, small but clean rooms with air conditioning. Food was above average but selection was below average. Despite the advertising for wifi we were continually told it was not working and no one seemed eager...More
My husband and I stayed here for one night at the start of our vacation, and we are grateful it was just one night! The chalet was extremely basic and the air conditioning did not work well at all. We also got no hot water...More
Allow me to preface this review with it is about the general conditions of the park and not Okaukuejo. I am an avid traveler who has visited many parks on this fabulous continent spanning two decades, visiting great parks from the Cape to QE 11...More
Staff and especially ladys at the reception were really unmotivated and unfriendly! ! Can't recommend any nwr campsite... go to private once we're people are motivated,friendly and which are mostly cheaper!
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I agree, both the same place. Try Halali if you want to stay inside the park or Etosha Village is just outside the Anderson Gate. Opinions differ but the standard of accommodation is higher outside the park especially the... More
I agree, both the same place. Try Halali if you want to stay inside the park or Etosha Village is just outside the Anderson Gate. Opinions differ but the standard of accommodation is higher outside the park especially the food. Depending on what time of year you go will make a big difference to the use of the waterholes. We stayed in February and the waterholes were deserted once it started raining.