Okaukuejo Camp is the oldest tourist camp in Etosha Nationa Park and currently functions as the administrative hub and headquarters to the Etosha Ecological Institute. It is situated north of Andersson’s Gate at the western end of the park.
Okaukuejo Camp is famous for its permanent floodlit waterhole where a wide variety of wildlife congregate with great predictability.
The accommodation at Okaukuejo Camp consists of Double Room, Bush Chalet, Waterhole Chalet, Family Chalet, or the Premier Waterhole Chalet. Each is en-suite with a variety of amenities depending on selection. There is also a bar, curio shop, swimming pool and restaurant serving buffet or ‘a la carte’ menus.
- En-suite bathrooms
- Swimming pool
- Balcony overlooking waterhole (Premier Waterhole Chalet)