Halali Resort

70 km from Okaukuejo, Etosha National Park, Namibia
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    Outdoor Enthusiasts
  • 98%
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  • 74%
    Luxury Travelers

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    Summer Wilms
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    5 Oct 19, 2013

    "Honey badger don't care! Honey badger don't give a...." That's what I ran around yelling last time I was at Halali because, well, honey badgers were raiding our trash and really didn't seem to give a hoot about the fact that several of my clients and myself were frantically snapping photos of them doing so. They're not infrequent guests here. At least half of the dozens of times I've been here, so have they. I think that's worth coming here alone but the place has other merits. I rank the waterhole a little less than the one at Okaukuejo but I personally prefer the camping here. It seems more spread out and less crowded. Plus - as far as the water hole goes, you just never know with wildlife.

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Mediocre18 reviews across the web.

    • Grounds
      Clean pool, said 100%.
    • Room
      89% said rooms were clean.
    • Hotel
      85% thought it was clean.
    • Location
      Great parking, according to 71%.
    • Restaurant
      59% found the breakfast to be acceptable.
    • Hotel Building
      Acceptable building.


    5.0 out of 5
    1 member's review
    Mediocre - 68% of guests recommend
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    Choose from one of 39 guest rooms, chalets that come complete with a braai, or camping with great facilities at this rest camp located in the middle of the national park that is the pride of Namibia. Like Etosha’s other Namibia Wildlife Resorts, one of the more unique features here is the illuminated waterhole. Animals come here to hydrate at all hours of the day and so can you. Stop by the gift ... read more
    shop and pick up some Amarula or sodas before heading out to the viewing area that allows spectators a great view of visiting wildlife. Finish up the evening with a fantastic meal at the resort’s restaurant, located adjacent to the pool.


    • Restaurant
    • Free Parking
    • Swimming Pool