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Halali in Etosha National Park is surrounded by some of the most popular water holes in the Park. The resort's name is of German origin and is derived form the bugle call made to announce the end of a hunt. Halali has a secluded flood-lit waterhole which is a short walk from the camp.
The resort's restaurant serves a buffet syle breakfast and guests can choose from an a la carte menu for lunch and dinner. Buffet meals can however be arranged for larger groups.
Accommodation at Halali includes double rooms which are the same size as a one-bedroom chalet with en-suite bathrooms that have complimentary toiletries, air-conditioning, lamps, tea/coffee stations and a mini-fridge. There are two family chalets which are self-catering and are equipped with air-conditioning, two separate bedrooms with twin beds and mosquito nets. The chalets have a separate lounge, kitchen and bathroom. The kitchen is equipped with a selection of crockery and cutlery, a small oven, fridge, kettle and tea/coffee staion. There is also a shaded entertainment area with a built-in barbeque area with a table and chairs. The family chalets are the closest to the waterhole.
There is a two bedroom bush chalet which is smaller than the family chalets and is further from the waterhole. There are twin beds in each bedroom and a shared bathroom and a separate toilet. The bush chalets have air-conditioning and mosquito nets. Occupants of these chalets can relax in the open plan lounge/kitchen in the two sofas provided, there is also a small fridge, tea/coffee station, crockery/cutlery as well as a built-in barbeque area.
The one bedroom bush chalet has a separate bathroom with a shower and toilet, air-conditioning and mosquito nets. There are five premier bush chalets which have en-suite bathrooms, queen sized beds, private garden area, jacuzzi, air-conditioning, mosquito nets, fridge and tea/coffee station. These chalets are ideal for honeymooners.
Activities include guided Etosha game drives and early morning and late afternoon game drives.