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Stayed at Okaukuejo for camping for about 40 days split over 6 visits between 2003 and 2016, mostly in September.
Okaukuejo is mananged by the organisation Namibia Wildlife Resorts but I have never booked directly at them. They have a reputation of being a bit...More
Arrival at camp A long line to book in but assistance was very slow. **
The room clean but beds were shot you were lying on the base.*
Dinner buffet style some nice meats but generally poor. **
Breakfast buffet poor and staff very unhelpful...More
Our last camp was Okaukuejo and here the campsite was allocated and the camping area was rather full. There were also two Overlanding trucks but after 21:00 the camping area was very quiet. Great flood lid water hole. The ablution was also clean but hot...More
We only stayed one night at this campground, which was enough. The problem we had is that the campground itself is small, with the individual campsites crammed next to one another like sardines. I could probably have overlooked this except that being the closest campground...More
We had a chalet one row back from the waterhole so we were able to pop down at any time. There was an abundance of game visiting this waterhole including a large make lion one night. Fotunately we had basic crockery and cutlery so were...More
Response from DaveinNorthWales | Reviewed this property |
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.