During a recent visit to Etosha we stayed over in
the campsite of Okaukuejo. This is a very busy camp receiving visitors
from all over the world...I think maybe with Sesriem, the two most
popular camps in Etosha.
But, we were very shocked to see the condition of the ablution
facilities in Okaukuejo! So different from Sesriem that we visited
after our visit to Okaukuejo. At Sesriem we experienced beautifully
maintained ablution facilities with very friendly staff. Unfortunately
the opposite is true for Okaukuejo camp. Especially the shower stalls
with broken doors and dirty shower stalls. Is there a reason why
there is such a big difference in the ablution facilities between
the two camps?
We are planning another trip to Namibia and Etosha in 2016 - and
because Okaukuejo camp are known for its very populated watering
hole, we would like to stay over there again, but just thinking
of making use of those dirty ablution facilities are making us shudder.
NWR should do something about this