Rest Camp And Activity Highlights
- Flood-lit waterhole
- Guided night drives
- Guided morning and afternoon game drives
- Or just self-drive
General Rest Camp Information
- Lodge type; Rest Camp
- Location; Etosha National Park
- Lodge size; 100 Chalets
- Recommended stay; 3-7 nights
The Rest Camp Offers Up The Beauty Of Etosha National Park, Especially At The Okaukeujo Waterhole
At Okaukeujo Rest Camp, you can enjoy a variety of activities, including guided night drives, morning and afternoon game drives, and self-driving. This is the perfect place to experience the beauty and wildlife of Etosha National Park.
You will be able to see elephants, lions, rhinos, and many other animals up close. The lodge is also situated near a flood-lit waterhole where you can observe wildlife at night.
If you're feeling adventurous, you can even explore the park on your own by self-driving.
Rooms And Suites
The rooms and suites at Okaukeujo Rest Camp are perfect for anyone looking for a comfortable and relaxing stay in the bush.
There are a variety of different accommodation options, from premier waterhole chalets with stunning views of the watering hole to bush chalets with private braai facilities.
Families will love the two family chalets, which come with their own braai areas and room for up to four people.
There are also plenty of double rooms available, perfect for couples or small groups.
Whatever your needs, Okaukeujo has you covered.
Cuisine And Wine
The Okaukeujo Rest Camp offers a variety of different cuisine options for visitors to enjoy. There is a restaurant, bar, and shop on site, so guests can find everything they need all in one place. The menu features local as well as international favourites, so there is something for everyone to enjoy.
Plus, the wine selection is top-notch, so be sure to order a glass or two with your meal.
The facilities at the Rest Camp include a restaurant, bar, kiosk, shop, swimming pool and filling station.
The restaurant offers a variety of delicious meals, from burgers and pizza to traditional African cuisine. The bar is the perfect place to relax with a cold drink after a long day of exploring the park.
The kiosk sells snacks, drinks and basic camping supplies, while the shop offers a wider range of souvenirs and gifts.
The swimming pool is a great place to cool off in the summer months, and the filling station is handy for refilling your gas tank.
The Okaukeujo Rest Camp offers visitors the chance to go on guided game drives during the morning and afternoon. These drives offer a unique opportunity to see the wildlife in Etosha National Park in a different light - literally.
Okaukeujo is also one of the few camps in Etosha that offers night drives. This unique experience gives visitors the chance to see the park's animals in a completely different setting. With the help of an experienced guide, you'll be able to discover the wonders of nature, both big and small.
Other than the optional activities above, Okaukeujo is perfectly located for wildlife viewing when on one of our Namibia self-drive safaris.
The Okaukeujo is a great place for families to stay while on safari. There are a few activities to keep the whole family entertained, including game drives, the waterhole and the swimming pool.
If you're looking for an amazing safari experience inside the Etosha National Park, look no further than the Okaukeujo Rest Camp.
This camp offers visitors a variety of activities and facilities, plus the chance to see some of Africa's most iconic animals up close.
Whether you're exploring on your own or joining one of the guided drives, you're sure to have an unforgettable time at this rest camp.
Rates from NAD$ 1 570.00 per person
Okaukeujo Rest Camp rates
Per person per night sharing
Rates are in Namibian Dollars (NAD)
*Rates may vary according to season
- VAT and tourism levies
- Park fees
- All other meals
- All drinks
- All activities
- Items of a personal nature
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