The following Rules & Regulations apply to any state-owned Namibian conservation area that requires a Permit.
- Do not leave your car (exceptions apply to e.g. Namib-Naukluft-Park, Daan Viljoen Game Park, Dorob National Park)
- Do not litter
- Fishing and boating is prohibited (e.g. in Bwabwata National Park)
- Do not collect firewood, plants or animals
- Stay on the marked roads
- No pets allowed
- Weapons must be registered and sealed
- Entrance only from sunrise until sunset (exceptions apply to e.g. Daan Viljoen Game Park, Dorob National Park)
- Any other rules stated on the Permit (e.g. a minimum of two vehicles for Khaudum National Park)
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Update 2017: Khaudum Campsite renovated and open (compulsory booking; N$300 pP + N$100 car). Sikeretti Campsite not maintained an N$ 100 pP
Khaudum National Park is one of the most remote areas in Namibia. Consequently, special rules apply, irrespective of the fact that they are hardly every checked by the national park’s staff.
- Only 4×4 vehicles
- Minimum two vehicles travelling together at all times
- Minimum 100 litres per vehicle of water and 3 days of food per person
- No collection of firewood
- Only one trailer per two vehicles/group of vehicles
- No pets
Camping is only allowed at the two designated camp sites Sikeretti and Khaudum. No infrastructure whatsoever is offered.
The camps will upgraded until 2014 or 2015!