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Halali Etosha Namibia
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Halali is strategically located halfway between Okaukuejo and Namutoni in Namibia's Etosha National Park. Halali is surrounded by some of the most popular water holes in the Park.
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The resorts name, of German origin, is derived from the bugle call made to announce the end of a hunt.
Halali has a secluded, scenic, flood-lit waterhole. Namutoni and Okaukuejo's waterholes are situated in the midst of the accommodation areas. At Halali, the waterhole is a short walk from the camp. The major benefit here is that you will not be disturbed or distracted when viewing the abundant game.
The flood-lit waterhole which is viewed from an elevated vantage poilt within the camp provides exceptional wildlife viewing throughout the day and into the night.
Accommodation is provided in secluded self-catering family chalets, with
elevated patios overlooking the surrounding landscape; two- and four-bed
bush chalets, all with braai facilities; double rooms, fitted with large
sliding doors to the outside, to bring harmony with the natural surroundings;
Book in at reception and browse around the tourist shop for your groceries, books and curios. Accommodation at Halali is provided in the following units:
•2 x Family Chalets – secluded self-catering units with two separate bedrooms and twin beds in each. These spacious chalets have a separate lounge, kitchen and bathroom. The kitchen is equipped with a limited selection of crockery and cutlery, a small oven, fridge, kettle and tea/coffee station. Outside is a shaded entertainment area with built-in braai, table and chairs. These chalets are the closest to the waterhole.
•10 x Two-Bedroom Bush Chalets – both of the bedrooms has a pair of twin beds, which share a bathroom and a separate toilet. There is a small open plan lounge/kitchen furnished with two sofas, a small fridge, a tea/coffee station, and an assortment of crockery and cutlery. Outside is a plastic table and chairs, and a built-in braai. These chalets are smaller than the family chalets, and further from the waterhole.
•10 x One-Bedroom Bush Chalets – these small chalets do not have separate kitchens or a lounge. They have one bedroom, and a small, separate bathroom with a shower and toilet. These rooms have a sliding glass door that leads to an open patio with a floor of pebbles. There are no braai facilities for these chalets.
•40 x Double Rooms – the same size as a one-bedroom chalet, but without the patio doors and small outside area. There is a small en-suite bathroom. These rooms come with a small corner sofa.
•5 x Premier Bush Chalets – comfortably furnished with a
queen-sized bed, a private garden area, jacuzzi, fridge and tea/coffee
Some ideas of what to do at Halali Restcamp
The restaurant serves a breakfast buffet and 'a la carte' menus for lunch and dinner. Buffet meals can be arranged for larger groups.
Photographs of Halali
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