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Okaukuejo Camp is located on a road that leads straight to the Etosha Park's Andersson Gate. It is the oldest tourist camp in Etosha and it serves as the adminstrative hub of the park. It is situated at the western end of the Etosha Pan.
Accommodation at the camps includes a premier waterhole chalet which is a double story chalet with a balcony which overlooks the waterhole. There are two bedrooms, two single beds and a queen size double bed; air-conditioning; mosquito nets; a lounge area; fridge and tea/coffee station.
The waterhole chalet is situated close to the waterhole and consists of double rooms with en-suite bathrooms and features similar to the premier chalets.
The Family chalet is a two bedroom unit with a kitchenette and barbeque area; air-conditioning; mosquito nets; a lounge area; fridge and tea/coffee station.
There are two bush chalets with one bedroom each. These have en-suite bathrooms; lounge area and barbeque area; fridge; tea/coffee station; air-conditioning and mosquito nets.
The double rooms have en-suite facilities and features similar to the bush chalets.
The camp also has a bar; shop; swimming pool and kiosk. The camp's restaurant provides guests with choices from an a la carte menu or a buffet.
Activities include guided game drives to Etosha and unguided game drives to the park and the various waterholes.