Beautifully set beneath shady mopane trees at the base of a dolomite hill, Halali Camp offers a range of comfortable accommodations in Etosha National Park.
Accommodations at the camp consist of sixty-six different rooms and chalets to choose from. For the budget conscious, there are thirty-nine double rooms available. The ten one-bedroom chalets include a small kitchen and lounge as well as a sliding glass door to the outside patio where the barbeque stands. Ten two-bedroom bush chalets have twin beds in each room, a shared bathroom with a shower, a kitchen, and a cozy lounge. For families or groups, the two family chalets features two twin-bedrooms, a large lounge area, a kitchen, and a spacious patio near the waterhole. While the honeymooners can choose from five honeymoon suites with a spacious bedroom and a private patio with a romantic outdoor jacuzzi. Other amenities include air-conditioning, mini fridge, and tea and coffee facilities.
The camp is located exactly halfway between Okaukuejo and Namutoni in Etosha National Park. The lodge sits strategically in the middle of the Etosha Pan next to one of the few hills found in Etosha. Formed millions of years ago by a slow-drying lake, the salt pan is largest enough to be seen from space. The camp is surrounded by some of the most popular waterholes in Etosha, and, as the camp is slightly elevated, the view to its own floodlit waterhole is excellent. The thicker vegetation found here makes this spot popular with leopard, rhino, and elephant.