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Coming from the U.S., we recognize that standards for "national park lodges" are not quite the same as those for private accommodations. With that caveat in mind, the Okaukuejo "resort" felt very familiar as a mid-tier, average national park lodge. Mediocre but plentiful food, a...More
Day 17 of the tour and I am here at Okaukeujo for 2 nights.Because this waterhole is floodlit of a night one can few the animals all day and all night if you want I just about did.
I was not 5 minutes walk from...More
This was a very disappointing place for us to stay. Every other lodge we stayed at in Namibia was awesome. Our room was dirty, the amenties half used. Refrigerator smelled terrible, towels were not clean, holes in the mosquito net, my husbands side of the...More
This 'resort' illustrates why states should not run hotels. From the £40 key deposit to the constant reminders that an inventory will be checked when you leave and you will be charged for any items not on it, from the requirement that you queue up...More
We stayed on the campsite at Okaukuejo for just one night before heading on to both Halali and Namutoni. We've been travelling through Namibia for 6 weeks now and have visited many of the sites run by Namibian Wildlife Resorts (NWR) who also run Etosha...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.