Khaudum Campsite lies hidden away in Namibia’s north-eastern Kavango Region, inside the Khaudum National Park. Rarely visited, very large, extremely wild and with only a rudimentary tourist infrastructure, it could be described as Namibia’s ‘forgotten wilderness’. The camping facilities consist of 6 private campsites of various sizes, each with their own ablution and washing area.
The Ministry of Environment and Tourism recommends a minimum of two vehicles per party, provisions for three days and 100 liters of water per vehicle. There are two access points to Khaudum National Park. From the south you can enter via the Tsumkwe road. It will take about 6 hours to reach the Khaudum campsite. From the north, use the Katere road. It will take about 3 hours to reach the Khaudum campsite. All roads, including the access points, require 4x4 vehicles, due to heavy, loose sand.
Sikereti Campsite at the south entrance to the park is currently closed (dated May 2020). The south entrance is only open from sunrise to 13:00 PM hours.