Etosha National Park
Served by three well established rest camps Okaukuejo, Halali and Namutoni within the Park and a host of private lodges on its borders, Etosha offers visitors a wide choice of safari options. The flood-lit waterholes at Okaukuejo and Fort Namutoni, previously the northernmost German outpost and now a rest camp, are just some of the charms of this place called Etosha.
The flood-lit waterhole close to theOkaukeujo Lodge attracts the most wildlife in Etosha National Park. At night you have a great chance of seeing the rare black rhinoceros and lots of elephants and antelopes. The Okaukeujo Lodge provides a nice big swimming pool and beautiful en-suite rooms very close to the waterhole.
Strategically located halfway between Okaukuejo and Namutoni, Halali is situated at the base of a dolomite hill, amongst shady Mopane trees. A flood-lit waterhole which is viewed from an elevated vantage point provides exceptional wildlife viewing throughout the day and into the night. It´s a great place to watch leopards, elephants and many other very shy animals.
Namutoni is situated on the eastern side of Etosha, and derives its name from the old German fort around which it is built. If you are looking for great action pictures, this is the place to be. Predators come to this floodlit waterhole more often to hunt. Namutoni is a great base from which to explore Northern Etosha, which is a very interesting part of the park in terms of vegetation.