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We had a very clean and spacious bush chalet (which we would recommend) for a reasonable price incl a good breakfast buffet. Big and clean pool. The pool area itself is uncharitable and they provide only 6 loungers without mattresses. For lunch and snacks there...More
Decent enough accommodations. The air was very weak and we only had one controller for the two rooms. The waterhole was about a half kilometer walk from our room. Lots of activity at night. Not much during the day that we saw.
The dinners were...More
After staying at Namutoni camp we found the staff at Halali Reception much more organised and professional. The camp itself is spacious and easy to navigate. Although the accommodation was a little cramped and dark inside, the evening waterhole experience more than compensated for this....More
We stayed at Okaukuejo and Halali. Although, I preferred Okaukuejo we enjoyed our time at Halali as well. We enjoyed being in the middle of Etosha and were able to see a ton of wildlife from one side of the salt pan to the other....More
As soon as you enter the resort, you'll understand what type of place you are in. Very different from other campsites we've been in our trip. It is very crowded with people camping but also with tours from other hotels that come for group lunchs...More