The newest of the camps, opened in 1967, Halali stands between the others, 75km from Namutoni, 70km from Okaukuejo. It is just to the northwest of the landmark Tweekoppies, and there's a small dolomite kopje within the camp's boundary, accessible on a short self-guided trail signposted as 'Tsumasa'.
Halali is the smallest, and usually the quietest, of the three camps. In 1992 an artificial waterhole, the Moringa waterhole, was built on its boundary, and can be viewed from a natural rock seating area a few hundred metres beyond the campsite. This regularly attracts elephant, black rhino and other game. It isn't as busy as Okaukuejo's waterhole, but it is set apart from the camp, so has fewer disturbances and a more natural ambience.
The shop and restaurant at Halali are either side of the office and reception, on the right as you enter the camp. The kiosk is behind the restaurant, by the pool.