For many years there has been a small base for the park's wardens and researchers at Otjovasandu, in the far western end of the park. Around there the land is hilly with much bush: very pretty but with few obvious centres for the game to congregate. At present, only organised groups, led by a licensed Namibian tour operator, are allowed into this area, and then only to transit between the western gate near Hobatere and Okaukuejo. The government is said to be seeking suitable bids to establish a camp for private safaris here – so in the next few years it is likely that something will open. When it does it would be best to combine it with a stay further east, where the more prolific areas of game occur.