Strategically located in the middle of Etosha National Park, Halali is one of the three government-run camps inside the park. It stands beside one of the very few hills in Etosha, and is the smallest and quietest of these restcamps – although it's much, much larger than most camps in Namibia.
Our view of Halali Camp
Halali is a large restcamp and therefore offers a different experience from the smaller, private lodges. Don't expect much personal attention here, and staff are not always as helpful as they might be. Despite this Halali’s amazing location, right in the middle of the park, along with its floodlit waterhole make it a popular and good value choice.
Finding space at HalaliHalali often gets booked up in advance, especially in peak season (July to October). Expert Africa holds several rooms throughout this period – usually two-person chalets – reserving them for travellers who visit Halali as part of a fly-drive holiday with us. This means that sometimes we have space at Halali, even when the camp will tell you that they are ‘full’.
For up-to-date availability information, see Halali’s live availability page – and remember that these rooms are only for travellers who book their whole fly-drive itinerary with us.
Halali Camp: Traveller ratings
Halali Camp is a good central base from where to explore Etosha National Park.