Okaukuejo Rest Camp

Address: Anderson Gate, Etosha National Park, Namibia | Lodge
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This lodge, located on Anderson Gate, Etosha National Park, is near Cheetah Conservation Fund, Christuskirche, NamibRand Nature Reserve, and Shongololo Dune Express.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Okaukuejo Rest Camp Etosha National Park

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Etosha National Park

Parker's/Gibbs's Etosha Okaukuejo

A travel blog entry by stprichmond1 on Jan 23, 2015

8 photos

Visited Etosha via the nnew Dalton Gate, saw giraffe, oryx, zebra, jackal. Had lunch at the Okewajo Rest Camp.

Etosha, côté Ouest

A travel blog entry by smoochie.froggy on Jun 02, 2014

14 photos

Etosha, c'est énorme. On pourrait passer des heures à parcourir les routes et détours dans le parcs, à la recherche des animaux (éléphants, multiples gazelles, wilderbeest, zèbres en veux-tu en voilà, rhinocéros, girafes, écureuils, chacals, hyènes, des flamands roses, et deux lionnes). Devant notre chambre, un point d'eau où une horde d'éléphants …

Etosha National Park

A travel blog entry by dawn8_21 on Jun 11, 2014

6 photos

... it was funny to see how they interact with each other. One zebra got in water and
couldn't get out, so he freaked out a bit and eventually threw himself over the bank and back onto safe, solid ground. There were a few tiny, very cute, baby zebras with their moms.

We drove on an found a spot near the road with a tree and high grass. There were 3 lions sleeping in grass, but they were a way back from the road so we couldn’t get great photos without a ...

Day 10: Etosha National Park

A travel blog entry by jacandpito on May 09, 2014

1 comment, 25 photos

... of the bushes, how very special. Getting comfortable in our sleeping bags thinking the rhino may be it, a brown hyena came in, then another rhino, then two spotted hyenas. It was amazing to see the hyenas and rhino interact, the hyenas were very much scared of the rhino, yet were very cheeky trying to get a drink at any moment possible. The rhino knew it was much bigger but remained very placid. By the time the four of them were fed and watered it was midnight and I thought I ...


A travel blog entry by chrisnicolehall on Sep 29, 2013

4 comments, 17 photos

Our first glimpse of what Etosha offers started early on our ride north with several sitings of giraffe and zebra from the bus - close to the park fence. Once we entered the park, the first waterhole had zebras, ostriches, giraffes and of course the ubiquitous springbok. But when we stopped for lunch at Okaukuejo and visited ...

Traveler Photos Okaukuejo Rest Camp Etosha National Park

The Zebra that would not budge
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