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This is a fairly large camp--definitely the largest in which I've ever stayed--and the service shows. Lots of people getting pushed through the buffet line at breakfast, lunch, and dinner. (Note--there was construction going on at the main dining area while we were there; it...More
If it were not for two things, I would have given this property a 5 star review.
1) the watering hole- from the moment that we checked in and were treated to two elephants until the moment that we left- at any given...More
There is so much potential but unfortunately so little offered. Staff is not as friendly and helpful as could be expected, the food was really poor and again for diner only buffet. With a good management and vision this can be paradise for tourist, wildlife...More
Stayed at Okaukuejo for the second time in July 2017. Food is awful - bring your own and avoid the restaurant and the kiosk. Camp staff is very bureaucratic and don`t know anything about service. Feels like something from the old DDR time.
Me and my family stayed three nights in a waterhole chalet – which indeed was a little cottage with two separate rooms and a shared veranda. Rooms weren’t super-spacious, but the beds were large and comfortable, cleaning OK and the bathrooms sported a cool design....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.