Halali Camp

National Park Camp | Etosha | Namibia Halali Camp is located centrally in Etosha National Park, close to the base of a Dolomite hill. The two main attractions at Halali Camp are the floodlit waterhole and the largest swimming pool in the park.

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Be prepared for close encounters with the wildlife of Africa when visiting Halali Camp. A waterhole next to the camp attracts many different species during the day and night.

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Rating | Comfortable

Highlights & What to Expect

  • Halali offers comfortable en-suite accommodation in the heart of the Etosha wilderness.
  • Sparse vegetation and large animal concentrations will delight keen photographers.
  • Safari drives that explore the region and its wildlife can be booked in camp.
  • Notably, the area surrounding Halali Camp is one of the finest places in Africa to view both black and white rhinos. These ancient beats frequent the waterholes in the area, and it is not uncommon to see as many as six of the rare black rhinos approach for a leisurely drink.
  • It is the smallest of Etosha's main national park camps but features the largest swimming pool.

Location & Setting

Halali is midway between the two other main national park camps, Okaukuejo and Namutoni. The camp is accessible from Andersson and Von Lindequist entrance gates to Etosha National Park. A direct drive from Windhoek is six hours, making it desirable to break the journey midway.


Several accommodations are available at Halali Camp, from five Premier Bush Chalets (also called Honeymoon Suites) that feature Jacuzzis and private gardens to standard camping. Other accommodations include 10 One- and 10 Two-Bedroom Bush Chalets, two Family Chalets, and 40 Double Rooms. All the permanent accommodation units have air-conditioning and en suite bathrooms. All the Chalets (excluding the One-Bedroom Bush Chalets) have basic kitchens with fridges, tea and coffee stations, crockery, and cutlery.


Halali has a basic restaurant where meals can be enjoyed at reasonable prices. Breakfast buffets are served every morning. A small kiosk serves basic lunches. A la carte dinners are served surprisingly formally, and buffet dinners are available for larger groups. The nearby waterhole is convenient for spotting wildlife from the camp. Some hiking trails are available for guests wanting exercise and a close-up look at the surroundings.






Swimming Pool



Game Drives

Bird Watching

Night Drives