Okaukuejo is located in the esteemed wilderness of Namibia's Etosha National Park.
Etosha's oldest tourist camp offers visitors a comfortable stay not far from Anderson Gate, the most southerly and easily accessible gate to the the Etosha National Park. Okaukuejo overlooks a permanent waterhole where a variety of different species can typically be seen at any give time. The waterhole is floodlit at night, making exceptional predator sightings a near certainty, as all of the predators found in the region (with the exception of the cheetah) are nocturnal, and quite active during the darkness of night.
At Okaukuejo Camp, guests are accommodated in comfortable bungalows with en suite facilities. The camp features a restaurant, bar, kiosk and a small shop where a selection of basic necessities can be purchased. A large swimming pool offers some reprieve from the desert sun during the warm winter months.
Morning and night game drives are conducted from camp by experienced local rangers. Etosha is home to four of Africa's legendary Big Five, with only buffalo not found in the area. Other species of great interest that can be seen in Etosha include the rare desert black rhino as well as brown hyena and cheetah.
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