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Khaudum Camp is located in the north of Namibia in northern part of Khaudum National Park. The camp has been privatised and completely renovated and upgraded in 2015. Khaudum Park is an almost undeveloped wilderness area bordering Botswana that is accessed in 4WD vehicles only (minimum 2 vehicles in a group) and offers spectacular landscapes, abundant wildlife, a place to see wild dogs and very rare roan antelopes.
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Khaudum Camp offers six attractive, clean and convenient camping sites, all set under
shady Camelthorn trees and overlooking
the endless attractive omuramba. Each site has a barbecue area, wooden structured private
ablutions and a shaded seating area.
Khaudum National Park is reachable in 4x4 vehicles. Khaudum must be entered by at least two 4 X 4 offroad vehicles per party.
Due to the difficulty of the roads and no facilities such as petrol stations or vehicles repair service in or near the park it is required to enter the park with two 4x4 vehicles to ensure that support in case of getting stuck or vehicle problems.
Khaudum Game Park from the south: Sikereti Camp, Tsumkwe
From Tsumkwe to Sikereti is approx. 50 km
From Tsumkwe drive north on the D3315 and D3303 to Sikereti
To enter the Khaudum Game Park from the north: Khaudum Camp, Popa Falls
From Popa Falls to Khaudum Camp is approx. 141 km
From Popa Falls take the C48 north to the B8 turn off (approx. 6 km)
Turn left into the B8 and drive to the Khaudum turn off (approx. 80 km)
Turn right into the deep sandy road and follow it to the Khaudum Camp (approx. 55 km)
The C48 is gravel, the B8 is tar road and the road to Khaudum Camp is extremely deep sand
Important: Although it is only 55 km from the B8 turn off to Khaudum Camp, this section of road is extremely sandy and travellers should plan for a trip of about 4 hours to cover these 55 km.
Airstrip at Khaudum
There is no airstrip in Khaudum Park.
The closest airstrip in the south of the park is the Tsumkwe Airstrip
The closest airstrip in the north of the park is the Bagani Airstrip
Bagani Airstrip (FYBG) South: 18 degrees 07’ 06” East: 21 degrees 37’ 47" Elevation: 3,000 feet Length: 900 meter Width: 25 meter Surface: Gravel Direction: 08/26
Weather and seasons at Khaudum
Rainsfall in the Khaudum between December and March. During this time the park roads become extremely muddy, and driving becomes extremely difficult. During winter (May to September), the park is extremely cold with average night temperatures at approximately 7 degrees Celsius. During summer, the temperature is extremely hot with temperatures rising to 40 degrees Celsius.
Road opinions from Internet forums:
I visited the park 2 years ago. The Sikereti entrance camp was totally destroyed. ( I did camp here for a night as I had water etc.) Destruction was blamed on elephants seeking water. The trip through the Khaudom is well worth the visit. ( It was very dry and water scarce at known water holes. I saw enough game to make the trip worth while. The North camp at Khaudom Lodge is very nice. The exit road to B8 is O.K. if you keep momentum in the deep sand. I am a solo traveller and had no hassle from the park wardens to travel in and though the park. Well worth a visit.
Hi. We just made it last week. Only one car. We drove from south. Sikereti is under construction and can not be used. The roads deep sand but as it has rained a lot is compacted and we never had a problem. Khaudum camp extremely nice, nice people there but we were alone and felt a little too isolated as lions roam around. The road north from the camp, B8 i believe, is the most difficult, deep sand. Anyway the best experience in Namibia. If you are two cars DO IT. We are 65 and 70 so if you are only one car do it to but I will say that a good GPS is mandatory.
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