Okaukuejo Camp

Okaukuejo Camp


The Etosha National Park boasts vast 23,000 square kilometres of pristine savannah and bush land, placing it among the largest national parks in Africa. Experience the natural wonders of the park and lodge in all style at the luxurious Okaukuejo Camp.


A member of the celebrated chain Namibia Wildlife Resorts, Okaukuejo Camp is conveniently located 17 kilometres south of the Okaukuejo park entrance. Renovated and upgraded as recently as 2007, the camp combines refined creature comforts with an read more » inspiring wildlife experience.


At night, the Okaukuejo waterhole is illuminated by powerful lights that, while they do not seem to disturb the wildlife, allow for an exciting nature spectacle to unfold clearly before your eyes.


Having witnessed the wildlife congregate in the early evening hours and at night to quench a savannah-sized thirst, do likewise and visit the bar or the restaurant. Moreover, a kiosk, a shop and an inviting pool are at your disposition.


Of course, the principle activities at the Okaukuejo Camp are the morning and afternoon safaris. The trained guides are enthusiastic to share their great knowledge of the Etosha’s mind-blowing species diversity with you.


With just a little luck, you will observe elephants, giraffes, lions and many other species in their natural habitat. The night safaris are a novelty. For the first time in the 100-year history of the Etosha Park, you may now enjoy a skin-crawling insight into the nocturnal wildlife activities.


Brimming with new impressions, return to the refined comforts of the first-class Okaukuejo Camp to enjoy the privacy of your luxurious accommodation and the flair of the wild surroundings.


A natural colour scheme dominates the design of the double rooms, bush chalets and chalets next to the waterhole as well as the Family Chalets complete with private barbecue facilities, the so-called Braai.


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The luxurious Okaukuejo Camp in the southern Etosha National Park was completely refurbished as recently as 2007.


The Okaukuejo Camp belongs to the Namibia Wildlife Resort Group, which runs three other read more » camps in the Etosha Park and other parts of Namibia. The decision to close the camp for renovation was motivated by the desire to create unparalleled comforts for discerning guests and families.


Come and see for yourself! It can justly be said that the Okaukuejo Camp transcends the expectations of even the most seasoned traveller. Five different accommodation categories are available:


The five Premier Waterhole Chalets and the 30 Waterhole Chalet Double Rooms command an unobstructed view of the wildlife’s activities around this vital source of water.


Furthermore, you may also choose between 25 Bush Chalets with two beds and Braai barbecue, 40 double rooms and two Family Chalets complete with two bedrooms and a Braai barbecue.


The warm, natural colour scheme, the dark furniture and African art décor create a link between the contemporary comforts and the African setting. The general facilities include a restaurant, bar, swimming pool and a small shop.


What would the most charming African accommodation be without one of the wildly romantic nature backdrops that the continent is famous for? Indulge in the stunning surroundings.


The landscapes, the wildlife, the gorgeous sunsets … these are the moments that characterise your holiday at the Okaukuejo Camp in the Etosha National Park. Like a scene sprung from a fairy tale!


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Let’s test your Oshivambo, the most commonly spoken language in Namibia: … Well, as you might have guessed, Etosha means as much as great, white, open place.


Vast 22,275 square kilometres large, read more » the Etosha National Park in the north of Namibia is the country’s most important nature reserve.


The Okaukuejo Camp is located in the southern section of the Etosha Park, at only 17 kilometres from the official park entrance. It is the ideal basis for exploring the park’s great natural beauty and diversity.


Set next to the Okaukuejo Waterhole, you may start the first wildlife observation without even having to leave the camp. A great bonus is that the waterhole is carefully illuminated at night, and while the wildlife does not seem to object to this, you may spot many nocturnal species.


Moreover, a recent addition to the activities programme, for the first time in the 100 year history of the Etosha National Park, exciting guided night safaris are being offered. An amazing experience and a whole new insight into Africa’s wilderness!


Of course, classic daytime game drives are also being offered. The tours generally leave in the early morning and late afternoon and, in contrast to the night tours, the daylight allows you to take crystal-clear pictures.


The diversity of the Etosha National Park has become legendary: Trained guides and trackers will, with just a little luck, help you to spot elephants, lions, leopards, cheetahs, zebras and giraffes in their natural habitat.


The location and the scenic landscape add the finishing touch to a perfect Africa experience. Other popular activities include hiking and fishing. Later, settle down around your Braai barbecue place and reminisce about the day’s adventure with your loved one by your side.


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