Halali camp is situated in the centre of Etosha between Okaukuejo and Namutoni camps.

It is our favorite camp as it is quiet, the camp waterhole is superb at night and Goas waterhole must be the second most productive in terms of quantity of animals, behind only Okaukeujo's waterhole.

All the accommodation was renovated in 2008...

The bush chalets and family chalets have braai areas...

...while the rooms do not have braai areas...

A braai is not important to us as we can eat in the restaurant or take food with us to the Moringa waterhole.

Please don't think that the rooms are not 'as good' as the chalets - the rooms are superbly decorated, have airconditioners but are just smaller and have no braais...

This page has been created to allow visitors to post their special stories and pictures for others to see.

The photographs should be taken at Moringa, the camp waterhole, or close to the camp - at waterholes such as Goas, Rietfontein, Sueda and Salvadora.

Visitors to this page can then comment on, discuss and rate each picture and story.

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Springbok through elephant at Halali waterhole 
Great information site - yes I agree, Halali is the best camp but we always camp rather than stay in a room as this allows us to stay a bit longer. The …

Etosha Elephants at Sunset 
Probably one of the most breathtaking sights in Etosha are the elephants at dusk at the waterholes

Lions playing 
These two lions had a great time playing with each other, while the rest of the pride sat and watched, just a few kilometers from Halali camp

Elephant Mud Bath 
This elephant really enjoyed himself bathing in the mud at Goas waterhole

Leopard and Porcupine 
Suprised by a leopard. We had always heard that the chances of seeing Leopard in Etosha were slim, and while in previous visits we had seen them at …

Etosha elephants dusty charge to waterhole 
Etosha is dry and dusty in July as this photo shows. These thirsty elephants were charging towards relief at Goas waterhole.

Black-faced impala with herd of elephants  
We were sitting at Goas waterhole and were watching an impala coming to drink. A herd of elephants started coming out the bush to the south so the imapala …

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