Okaukuejo camp is the largest camp in Etosha and tends to be the busiest.

It has a shop selling basic foodstuff, a curio shop, restaurant, swimming pool, fuel station, and varied accommodation...

All the rooms, bush chalets and waterhole chalets were renovated so the interior decor in all of them is superb...

The premier waterhole chalets are double-story and have one bedroom upstairs with the shower, toilet and basin behind the bed, which faces the waterhole...

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 the camp waterhole or close to the camp - at waterholes such as Okondeka, Olifantsbad, Homob or Ombika.

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Zebra kill 
We spent a few hours watching these black-backed jackals and vultures interacting over a zebra kill near Okaukuejo camp.

This is the best time of day at Etosha... 
... the sun has just set, the floodlights have just come on, my first beer has evaporated and the first animal has come to drink at the Okaukuejo waterhole! …

Elephants and Lions - what a waterhole!  
We stayed at Okaukuejo for a few nights and we had so many animal sightings by day and night. The highlight were the elephants and lions that came to the …

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