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Halali is strategically located halfway between Okaukuejo and Namutoni in Namibia's Etosha National Park. The camp is surrounded by some of the most popular water holes in Etosha. The name Halali, of German origin, is derived from the bugle call made to announce the end of a hunt.
Halali has a secluded, scenic, flood-lit waterhole which is a short walk from the camp. The major benefit of Halali's waterhole is that you will not be disturbed or distracted when viewing the abundant game. Namutoni and Okaukuejo's waterholes are situated in the midst of the accommodation areas.
- Family Chalets (x2) - secluded self-catering units with two separate bedrooms and twin beds in each. These spacious chalets have a separate lounge, kitchen and bathroom. The kitchen is equipped with a limited selection of crockery and cutlery, a small oven, fridge, kettle and tea/coffee station. Outside is a shaded entertainment area with built-in braai, table and chairs. These chalets are the closest to the waterhole.
- Two-Bedroom Bush Chalets (x10) - both of the bedrooms has a pair of twin beds, which share a bathroom and a separate toilet. There is a small open plan lounge/kitchen furnished with two sofas, a small fridge, a tea/coffee station, and an assortment of crockery and cutlery. Outside is a plastic table and chairs, and a built-in braai. These chalets are smaller than the family chalets, and further from the waterhole.
- One-Bedroom Bush Chalets (x10) - these small chalets do not have separate kitchens or a lounge. They have one bedroom, and a small, separate bathroom with a shower and toilet. These rooms have a sliding glass door that leads to an open patio with a floor of pebbles. There are no braai facilities for these chalets.
- Double Rooms (x40) - the same size as a one-bedroom chalet, but without the patio doors and small outside area. There is a small en-suite bathroom. These rooms come with a small corner sofa.
- Premier Bush Chalets (x5) - comfortably furnished with a queen-sized bed, a private garden area, jacuzzi, fridge and tea/coffee station.
All rooms have air-conditioning, lamps, tea/coffee station and a mini-fridge. The beds have mosquito nets. In the bathrooms, there is complimentary shampoo, soap, hand and body lotion, as well as soft towels.
The restaurant serves a breakfast buffet and 'a la carte' menus for lunch and dinner. Buffet meals can be arranged for larger groups.
Halali offers their very own morning, afternoon and night game drives.