Reviews of Halali Camp
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Animal magic at Halali
Accommodation amazing - VIP 2-bedroomed villa. Restaurant food and service excellent. This may have been because there were very few visitors that night.
Well situated for visiting many excellent water-holes frequented by huge numbers of animals. A photgrapher's dream.
Just another restcamp
Accomodation was good and comfortable. The restcamps are all much the same. They cope successfully with lots of people. The waterhole here provided some good sightings.Read more about the whole safari
Modern, clean and comfortable
The rooms have been rennovated recently to very high standard and were extremely comfortable.
Lack of cooking facilities means you really have to use the main restaurant, which is basic.
Lovely quiet restcamp in centre of Etosha
Lovely large clean accom with braai - very quiet - managed to buy sufficient food in shop for braai - from reading previous comments on website did not buy food in outside supermarkets as not sure whether we would have a braai or cooking facilities. Maid was well happy with all food we couldn't eat!!
Although things in the camps were taking place that week for 100 year celebrations no reason for shops to be virtually empty and toilets closed in Namutoni
The comfortable bungalow
Night time viewing at the waterhole included herds of elephants and black rhinocerusRead more about the whole safari
new huts nice bur a bit small. waterhole good esp at night
Dinner terrible. Individual stir fry for dozens of people resulted in a wait in queue for main course of 50 minutes
Elephant overload at Halali
Excellent waterhole where we saw over 40 elephants. Unfortunately the swimming pool for us was not operating. The rooms were disappointingly small. Kitchen badly equipped.Read more about the whole safari
Halali Restcamp review
This was an excellent place to stay to see the wildlife in the park as it is in the middle giving access to all areas.
The new refurbishment is a great success but the lighting in the room was poor.
Super bungalows and setting.There were more kitchen utensils etc-but alot were missing. Some of the fixtures and fittings were broken.
We would have appreciated knowing that the swimming pool had been shut for 3 months as this was a dissappointment.
Again the shop was poorly stocked for self-catering, but the restaurant food was good.
Good base for the park
Again, when we arrived here we found we were not expected, and they told us they were full up and could not take us. We produced our vouchers, and waited. Finally, they found us a bungalow, (which was number 41), which seemed to be adequate, although whether it was our intended accommodation we did not know.
Breakfasts were a bit scant, and this was not because we were late taking them. The cooked part was good, but there was often a shortage of juice, or fruit and glasses, plates and saucers. The evening meals were better.
Considering this is described as the best camp of the three main ones, we did not find it so, and prefered Okaukuejo. Having said that, its location with regard to waterholes and drives nearby was very good.
No information on mealtimes, amemities or activities.