From $22/ person in September
Sheltered under the shade of mopane trees, Halali Resort offers you central access to Namibia’s famed Etosha National Park. Experience epic moments in the wilderness with a self-drive game drive at Etosha, or watch elephants and black rhinos amble past the secluded floodlit waterhole, keeping an eye out for the resident leopard! After a refreshing swim in the pool, head to the camp’s restaurant and bar before escaping to your comfortable, elegantly adorned chalet. For total nature immersion, opt for a stay at the well-maintained campsite.
The 40 Double Rooms feature 1 bedroom with 2 beds and a small en-suite bathroom. Each unit is fitted with a small corner sofa and comes with a refrigerator and a tea station.
The 10 Bush Chalets each feature 2 bedrooms with twin beds and a shared bathroom. Each chalet has a small open-plan lounge with 2 sofas, a kitchen fitted with a small fridge, a tea and coffee station, and an assortment of crockery and cutlery. The outside area has a plastic table and chairs with a built-in braai.
The 10 bush chalets feature 1 bedroom and a separate bathroom with a shower and toilet. These rooms have a sliding glass door that leads to an open patio with a pebble floor. The unit also comes with a refrigerator and a tea station.
The 4 Disabled Rooms each have 2 beds and an en-suite bathroom. These rooms are set up for disabled access and equipped with a refrigerator and a tea and coffee station.
The spacious family chalets are located close to the waterhole and have 2 separate bedrooms with twin beds. Each chalet has a separate lounge, kitchen and bathroom. The kitchen is equipped with crockery and cutlery, a small oven fridge, and a tea and coffee station. The patio has a shaded entertainment area with a built-in braai, table and chairs.
Each of the 5 premier Honeymoon Chalets is air-conditioned and features a queen-sized bed fitted with mosquito netting. Rooms have a fridge with a tea and coffee station for refreshment. Guests can end their day in the private garden area with a hot tub.
Each of the 58 Campsites have access to braai facilities, electricity and water. There are 7 ablution blocks on the campsite with disability access and a small kitchen and laundry area, 5 of which do not have a laundry area.
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