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Okaukuejo Camp

Okaukuejo is een rest camp met diverse typen accommodaties en keurige faciliteiten. U verblijft hier met name vanwege de ligging bij een grote waterdrinkplaats.

Vanaf € 90,- p.p.p.n. bij een 2pk Offerte Meer info

Over Okaukuejo Camp

Het omheinde Okaukuejo Camp ligt in het zuidwestelijke deel van het Etosha National Park en is het grootste rest camp in het park met een ruime receptie, winkel, restaurant, bar en een zwembad. De waterdrinkplaats van Okaukuejo staat goed bekend: regelmatig komen hier zwarte neushoorns drinken, evenals olifanten en vele andere diersoorten. Het is een plezierig tijdverdrijf om vooral 's avonds de verlichte waterdrinkplaats met steeds veranderend toneel te aanschouwen. Vanuit het kamp maakt u over het algemeen uw eigen game drive, maar drie maal per dag kunt u ook een game drive reserveren. Daarnaast wordt ook regelmatig een natuurwandeling georganiseerd. Er zijn verschillende typen chalets, waarbij de ‘waterhole chalets’ de populairste zijn. De chalets zijn met smaak ingericht en comfortabel.

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Okaukuejo Camp
Etosha National Park
v.a. € 90 (per persoon, bij een 2pk)

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Double A
: Airco, koelkast, theefaciliteiten, volledig ingerichte badkamer.

Double B
Zoals Double B.

Bush Chalet
: Zoals Double A, met zithoek en braai.

Family Chalet
: Zoals Bush Chalet, twee slaapkamers.


In het zuidwestelijke deel van het Etosha National Park, 17 km van de ingang.

Aantal kamers



• Restaurant
• Bar
• Zwembad
• Winkel
• Parkeergelegenheid


• Verlichte drinkplaats
• Gamedrives
• Vogels spotten

Het Etosha National Game Park is het grootste beschermde natuurgebied van Namibië. Het gebied beslaat een oppervlakte van 22.912 km2. De naam Etosha betekent "Grote Witte Vlakte van Droog Water". Deze naam slaat op de enorme vlakte (4731 km2) die alleen na hevige regenval tijdelijk onder water staat.
In dat geval - en dat doet zich voor ergens gedurende de periode van december tot februari - is het doorgaans (kurk) droge Etosha een weelderige groene vlakte. De bronnen in het park voorzien het wild het hele jaar door van water.
Veel van de Afrikaanse diersoorten kunt u in Etosha aantreffen. Er zijn vier rest camps in Etosha: Okaukeujo in het zuidwesten, Halali in het centrum, Namutoni en Onkoshi in het oosten.

"Yep...need to see point by point"

THE + 1. Location: superb, in etosha, a good stop in the middle of the park. 2. Lodging: really nice, large and Clean chalet. Small kitchen, good bathroom, large bedroom, A.C. efficient 3: superb waterhole: a lot of animals. Light during the night 4. Fuel BUT NOW THE --- 1. restaurant: bad food...not basic...really if you are lucky: not taste...if you are not lucky...see by yourself. Insect (cochrane) on the table of buffet 2. Bad Service at the restaurant. The staff is basically not attentive and really not reliable in the efficiency 3. Not friendly at the reception ( but really not) In summary: yes for the location and the room and waterhole...if you know the bad things and you deal with it..a good choice anyway (good rate)

"Premier Waterhole Chalet"

What you pay for with a Premier Waterhole chalet is proximity to the waterhole and the ability to watch wildlife from the comfort of your bed or balcony. Otherwise it's not the luxury you would expect for the price - although the decor is attractive, the fixtures and fittings are in a poor state of repair - couldn't close the balcony door, curtain pole fell off, spriral staircase a bit scary etc. Beds were comfy and clean. The second bedroom has no view and not such a good bathroom. Luckily we were sharing with good friends and took it in turns to spend a night upstairs! The rest camp facilities (there are no cooking facilities in the chalets) were excellent - lots of choice and nice food, pretty reasonable. Service could be better - a bit inconsistent. We got a puncture repaired very rapidly. The pool was out of action. The waterhole itself did not disappoint - you won't regret spending as much of your time as possible there.

"Good location, OK camp"

It is a great place to stay when it comes to observing wildlife. The waterhole is lit at night, there are plenty of seats and it is a perfect opportunity to spot elephants, giraffes, springboks, zebras, oryx and even rhinos (we saw 8). The camp though is not worth a stay. Overcrowded, inexistant privacy, ablutions not very clean,... It is full of tourist buses and very noisy in the evening. Restaurant, pool, curio shop, shop for basic supplies.

"Very busy Campsite"

It's a very busy camp site in the afternoon it starts to fill up with all the tour trucks and buses. The following morning the ablution are in a terrible state and cannot cope with the number of people. There is a small shop and curios store The pool is a very welcome relief from the midday heat. The animal sighting were also very good. A must is to go and have sun downers at the water hole next to the camp.

"5 star for location and theatrical wildlife experience"

We loved it here. We had premier waer chalet 34. it was expensive but looked over the waterhole. Worth every penny for this fact. We were able to sit and watch all the animals coming and going and keep checking during the night what was there. To be honest we hardly left the pot ( except to run down to get closer). We didn't go to dinner or breakfast. There is a fridge in the chalet so we survived on picnicking for a couple of days - didn't want to miss anything as we were there for the animals. The wifi needs a voucher - again we just didn't bother with this. Not sure if it would work at room or just in restaurant. We saw giraffe,zebra, wildebeest, springbok (photo bombers supreme), jackal ( in the camp as well),so many elephants, whito rhino ( with baby that went to sleep at the wateringhole), and lion with cubs - although they came to the other side of the hole and it was so dark it was hard to see them. It really is pure theatre - at one point an impala seemed to be having a face off with a young rhino. The watering hole is surreal experience. From sunset onwards people gather around and take their seats in respectful quietness. Don't drop a bottle or have your flash on your camera! It is like a modern piece of theatre with the animals being star players. I dropped a star off this review as I couldn't give the water chalet 5 stars as it would give the wrong impression. Although it is a 'luxury' chalet the top door was broken ( glass slipped in door, for a while we couldn't shut it, and the handle was missing a screw. The tap was dripping when we arrived but mysteriously stopped. The glass window o the side of the balcony was cracked completely. The kettle lead didn't reach the plug from the counter, the mosquito net had countless holes in it that we fixed with some gorilla tape.. could go on.. you get the picture. I reported all these faults when we left so I hope they were fixed but I remember seeing similar reviews months ago so I wouldn't expect it to be put right. They also had really 'loud' furniture on the terrace so everytime it moved it screeched - not great next to a watering hole. plus the lights were all on or off upstairs- again pretty intrusive.. we resorted to just leaving the stair lights on or using a torch! On the plus side it is huge - shame they didn't put more of a kitchen in the space - and having the bed looking out through the double doors ( err, one of which we couldn't open!) was fantastic. Be aware that a lot of the premier waterchalets have trees in front so your view will be obscured but you would be able to get a good idea of what was there. We also heard a lion roaring through the night which was wonderful. BUT the location. wow. that is what you pay for. We would stay here again at a heartbeat.

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