Halali Resort is strategically located halfway between Okaukuejo and Namutoni inside Etosha National Park; and makes this resort an ideal break in ones journey across the park. Surrounded by some of the most popular waterholes in the Park, Halali also has its’ own floodlit waterhole that has already garnered a reputation for itself in the few years that it has been in existence.
Of interest to visitors is a walking trail within the camp grounds which winds its way through shady Mopane trees ending up on a the dolomite hill overlooking the camp from where visitors have a panoramic view of the surrounding area.
What makes it so special is that aside from the Western Edge of the Park, there are almost no large hills in Etosha except for the outcrops near the Halali Camp. There is a small grocery shop on site, which provides for the basic needs.
Halali Resort Campsite: All the campsites have a braai area, a tap and a power point. There are shared ablution blocks available. It is advisable to bring a ground sheet along.