Halali is the most central camp on the east side of Etosha Park located strategically halfway between Okaukuejo Resort and Namutoni restcamp (approximately 70km either way). Although it is the smallest of these three camps Halali still has a lot to offer.
The family chalets at Halali offer the only self-catering accommodation available at Halali Camp. Each family chalet has two bedrooms, a bathroom, kitchenette, lounge, braai area and outside seating area. These family chalets can sleep up to four adults and are in high demand therefore early booking is essential.
One of the advantages of camping at Halali Camp is that most people overlook the camp and, in the evenings, it can become beautifully quiet and sometimes it can feel like you are the only people in the campsite with the call of the wild echoing under the star filled sky. It is still equipped with all the basics, power points, braai (BBQ) areas, shower blocks, and you can use the restaurant and swimming pool.
Frequently Asked Questions
Halali Camp is built amongst some shady mopane trees and the chalets are all well-spaced apart giving a generous feeling of space and tranquillity to the camp.