I stayed here recently for 1 night. The room was a good size with air conditioning. There's slow paid wifi, but not in the rooms. There's a limited set menu for dinner, with poor quality food. Breakfast options were OK.
The camp has everything you need, although most of the facilities are outdated (but still in good order). The staff is very friendly, our car broke down and they were very helpful (on Easter Sunday) to lend a hand and get the problem fixed. The guides for the (evening-)drives are also very skilled
It’s very close to one of the entries into the park. The traditional architecture of the lodges offer privacy and comfort. The rooms are large and nicely furnished, and the bathroom is a treat (an outdoor shower in addition to a large bathtub). The restaurant is the weakest point of the resort, but I think it’s too much to ask for good choice and quality in the middle of nowhere.
Not a great campsite on the eastern edge of Etosha National Park. The ablutions are in dire need of maintenance. The waterhole is some way from the campsite. It is a good place to stop if you are coming in from Grootfontein and don't ha e time.to move into the central area of the park.
I last stayed here in the late 80’s and it was a wonderful experience, now it’s become a disappointing let down. The place has been left to deteriorate, leaking taps, air conditioners that sound like old Diesel engines, roads that are seriously un-drivable, a very limited dinner menu, Wi-Fi you have to pay for, I could go on and on. The staff are however lovely, polite and friendly. Whoever now own this place NWR you need to invest in this place otherwise foreign tourists will just keep staying in the private lodges on the edge of the park.