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Caprivi - far north-eastern region, in
For accommodation in the Caprivi Region,
the visitor is presented with choices in three different areas:
- the area around Kongola and the Mudumu National
Zambezi River/Angola Border -
the Katima Mulilo area in the north-east
Zambezi River/Botswana Border -
the islands between Chobe & Zambezi
Please note that the
lodges on the islands located in the triangle formed by the Zambezi
and Chobe Rivers near their confluence are only accessible via
Kasane in Botswana requiring multiple border crossings between
Namibia and Botswana.
Camp Kwando offers different kinds of accommodation:
The Island Tents have two beds each and are equipped with a
mosquito net, built on poles with a terrace overlooking the river.
These bungalows will even allow you to do some fishing from the
deck. Furthermore there are 3 large Bungalows that are built
on poles and on higher ground; made of wood, canvas and thatched
roofs. They are conveniently placed in the middle of the trees,
allowing for an incredible view on the Botswana plains. Each
Bungalow has a large bedroom, stylish furnished, a large en-suite
bathroom as well as an expanding terrace.
The camp sites are situated between the main building and the
island. Its surface is covered with lawn and overhanging trees,
allowing for shade. There are ablution facilities as well as areas
to do laundry.
The restaurant and bar are open for all guests staying there. The
dining room opens to the River offering wonderful views of the
hippos and crocodiles passing by.
Activities offered on an optional basis are boat cruises,
game drives, visits to a traditional village or school, excursions
to Mamili, and Mokoro trips.
Lianshulu Lodge is one of the first private lodges to be built
inside a Namibian National Park, namely Mudumu National Park in the
Caprivi Strip. Lianshulu Lodge is located on the banks of the
breathtaking Kwando River, one of the four mighty rivers feeding the
Linyanti Swamps. Lianshulu Lodge is discreetly placed beneath a
canopy of shady jackalberry and mangosteen trees, accommodating
guests in 9 twin-bedded rooms and 1 family room. Each room is
individually styled and tastefully furnished, with en-suite bathroom
and secluded veranda.
The airy thatched dining, lounge and bar areas open onto spacious,
split-level wooden decks, affording sweeping views over the
Lianshulu Lagoon. Two fireplaces, scenic outlooks and a secluded
swimming pool create idyllic places in which to relax and take in
the tranquility of the natural surroundings.
Activities at Lianshulu Lodge include morning and sunset boat
cruises and nature drives in the Mudumu National Park. An
opportunity that cannot be missed is a visit to the Lizauli
Traditional Village, a community tourism initiative that has
recreated all the unique traditions and culture of the Namibian
village. Hippo, crocodiles and fish such as bream, tiger fish and
catfish can be seen from the lodge's deck.
Mazambala Island Lodge
Discover the allure of Mazambala, an oasis of peace and tranquillity
where time stands still. Known among local tribes as "Island of
Abundance", Mazambala offers an abundance of unspoiled beauty, an
abundance of animal and bird life and an abundance of hospitality.
Situated on an island in the flood plain of the Kwando River amidst
palms and towering "sausage trees", this lush tropical paradise
offers comfortable accommodation in traditional thatched
bungalows with en suite facilities.
Mazambala Lodge has 14
double bungalows and 1 family bungalow that can sleep 4 guests. In
addition, several of the double bungalows can accommodate 3 people.
All bungalows have private bathrooms with hot and cold running
water. The bungalows are constructed the traditional way with
bricks, reeds and thatched roofs. All are equipped with mosquito
nets and ceiling fans, and are regularly sprayed with an odourless
insecticide against mosquitoes.
Mazambala also has 7 large and attractive camp sites on the
banks of the Kwando River complete with 2 ablution blocks with
toilets and hot and cold running water for showers. Firewood is
available for purchase.
Campers are welcome to visit the lodge, to enjoy a drink, a meal in
the restaurant or to participate in any of the activities offered by
The main building consists of a
thatched lounge/bar/restaurant on 2.5 meter high stilts with
stunning views over the flood plain. Enjoy excellent meals and ice
cold drinks while watching grazing antelope. A 12 meter high tower
with two viewing platforms offers sweeping views of the papyrus and
reed lined river and its vast flood plain. Enjoy game drives, river
cruises, bird watching nature walks and fishing under the expert
guidance of Mazambala's local guides.
Activities: Mazambala offers game drives in the Bwabwata
National Park that start with a 10 - 15 minute cruise by boat down
the river and then a transfer to a game drive vehicle for drives on
land in the park. The game drives typically last about 4 hours,
depending on the elephants
Boat cruise: These are leisurely floats, lasting about 2 hours, down
the crystal clear water of the Kwando River and its labyrinth of
papyrus and reed lined channels.
Birding: Mazambala and the Kwando flood plain are a real paradise
for bird lovers. In the garden of Mazambala more than 30 different
species are regularly observed.
Come to Mazambala where even the "bul buls" sing "we are special"
and experience Africa untouched. Enjoy African sunsets and sip
sundowners while watching animals coming to the river to drink.
Relax around nightly fires on the traditional "lapa" while listening
to the beat of distant drums, grunting hippos and a chorus of bell
The lodge is situated 24km south of Kongola in Caprivi. A luxurious
bush lodge offering 27 luxury bungalows with bath. All
bungalows are equipped with mosquito nets.
Campers will find 16 campsites in beautiful settings and
equipped with all necessities.
The lodge boats a small
pool, sundowner deck, bar, curio shop as well as a buffet
restaurant. The lodge is situated on the banks of the Kwando River,
looking onto the bathing area of the hippos that plunge here
peacefully during the day. The area counts up to 300 different
bird species. Boat cruises and fishing trips on the Kwando as well as
game drives in Bwabwata National Park are the preferred activities
of the guests. A 4km hiking trail introduces you to the rich
birdlife as well as the splendid flora. Further attractions of this
are are the Mudumo and Mamili National Park as well as the
traditional Lizauli-Village and Mashi-Centre for arts and crafts.
Susuwe Island Lodge
An African river, a spectacular canopy of indigenous trees and
vistas of the Kalahari grasslands in the Bwabwata National Park are
the inheritance of the animals that roam here. Situated in the
Kwando River in north-eastern Namibia, Susuwe Island Lodge offers
Lofty canopy viewing decks set amongst tall riverine trees overlook
endless savannahs and glistening lily-studded wetlands. A fire pit
is embraced by a spacious lounge area and eclectic African art.
Relaxation, privacy and comfort are paramount at Susuwe. A
mouth-watering aroma, the clink of silver against china, a wine
glass filled - these are the joys of African alfresco dining. Fresh
air sharpens whetted appetites and a picnic laid out amidst tall
whispering grasses in unchartered territory illuminates the
Six luxury suites, each with a wooden viewing platform and
private plunge pool, is a haven of calm and respite, an airy dreamy
space to recharge the senses. Professionally guided game drives
are rewarded with special sightings of roaming elephant and buffalo,
lechwe, lion, and leopard. A river cruise is preferable at
sunrise or sunset and guided walks and night drives offer even
closer insight into the intrigue of the African bush. The lodge
offers their visitors the opportunity to merge unhurriedly with
Africa's timeless evolution of hazy days and star-studded nights.
Zambezi River Lodge
Set in natural surroundings on the banks of the Zambezi River,
Protea Hotels Zambezi River Lodge offers comfortable facilities,
ideal for an overnight stay en-route to the many tourist
destinations in the area.
Accommodation comprises of 27 en-suite rooms overlooking the
garden and pool area, with restaurant and bar facilities which are
available daily. Conference facilities for 30 to 100 guests are
available, with standard equipment. Leisure facilities on-site
include a swimming pool, boat cruises and fishing.
Camping facilities are also provided.
Activities include boat cruises on the Zambezi River with
excellent opportunities to observe hippos and crocodiles. Excursions
to the nearby game parks (Mudumu, Mamili and Caprivi), to Victoria
Falls and to the Chobe National Park can be arranged on request.
Ichingo Chobe River
At the confluence of the Chobe and Zambezi Rivers lies Impalila
Island, which is also the peculiar meeting place of four African
countries, namely: Namibia, Botswana, Zambia and Zimbabwe. This
phenomenon is the only one of its kind in the world and it is within
this unique geographic area that The Ichobezi River Lodges operate.
Hidden away beneath a riverine forest on the secluded Impalila
Island, the Ichingo Chobe River Lodge affords guests the combination
of the best of the Chobe region with the best of the Namibian
Caprivi. Owner managed, Ichingo Chobe River Lodge prides itself on
their personal level of service and the ability to tailor make your
holiday experience with them. So whether you want to marvel at the
animals and birds; try your hand at fishing or simply meander along
the breathtaking waterways of the area, this remarkable piece of
Africa will capture your hearts and delight your senses. Beautiful
Meru Safari tents nestled underneath ackalberry trees provide
luxury accommodation with en-suite bathrooms and their own private
balconies overlooking the Chobe River. The main lodge buildings are
built with relaxation in mind and the attention to detail, peaceful
atmosphere and outstanding cuisine are all part of the Ichingo Chobe
River Lodge experience
Activities offered are game viewing by boat, fishing, guided
walks, bird watching, sunset cruises. Optional Extras are a visit to
the Victoria Falls or a visit to Chobe National Park.
Ichobezi Safari Boat
Complete indulgence and ultimate luxury are experienced when you
board one of our beautiful Ichobezi Safari Boats and cruise the
waterways of the Chobe and Zambezi Rivers. Both the Ichobezi Moli
and her sister the Ichobezi Mukwae have made this unique area their
own and guests on board are privy to a very special travelling
experience that promises an ever changing view of the African
landscape as it unfolds around you.
At 18 metres long, the Ichobezi Safariboats offer space, comfort and
first-class service. The professional crew is always on hand to
expertly navigate the river, share their specialist knowledge,
prepare exceptional meals and to ensure that your every daydream is
Each Safari Boat has four beautifully appointed cabins, each
with en-suite bathrooms and a large picture window that will make
you feel as though you are a part of your surroundings. A large
entertainment deck with lounge, bar, dining area and sun deck with
plunge pool all lend themselves to complete relaxation and provide
the opportunity to view this unique wetland destination in a
completely new and exhilarating way.
Several smaller `tender` boats accompany each of the Ichobezi Safari
Boats, allowing you to tailor make your holiday with us. So whether
you want to navigate the channels and rivers with a pair of
binoculars; spend a few hours trying to catch the elusive Tiger
fish; or go to one of the floodplain villages to meet and interact
with some of the local people, the choice is yours.
Impalila Island Lodge
The rush of the Mambova Rapids casts a soft blanket of sound over
Impalila Island Lodge. Nestled close to the junction of four
countries - Namibia, Botswana, Zambia and Zimbabwe - and near the
meeting place of the mighty Zambezi and Chobe Rivers, Impalila
Island Lodge is a water-bound wonderland. With over 100km of
waterways to traverse, Impalila lies a mere 80km upriver from the
Victoria Falls. Surrounded by rippling beds of pink-tinged water
lilies, the lodge lies protectively beneath the branches of a 700
year-old Baobab tree under which, it is said, David Livingstone
camped. Eight luxury en-suite chalets all with river views
echo the colours of Africa. Here lies promise of excitement by day;
tranquillity by night.
Light arching through long-stemmed wine glasses throws colour onto
crisp linen. An attentive team produces culinary art, and mealtimes
become a ritual of their own.
The seductive rivers invite you to explore further. Encounter
Africa's big game and birdlife by boat or challenge the legendary
tiger fish on fly. Follow the island's footpaths for an intriguing
village visit and learn of the medicinal uses of the indigenous
Ntwala Island Lodge
Intricate floating walkways, surrounded by wild and powerful
waterways, link an untouched Namibian cluster of islands in the
heart of the Mambova Rapids. Situated 70 kilometres upriver from the
Victoria Falls - where white sand beaches and palm trees add to the
romance - Ntwala Island Lodge is a wonderfully secluded Chobe
destination. Ntwala Island Lodge comprises four ultra-luxury
styled suites, each inclusive of a private plunge pool and
viewing deck; annex bath feature; indoor and outdoor shower; as well
as a private sala extending enticingly out over the water. The lodge
ensures personalized service and culinary expertise as well as
privately guided activities (big game, fishing and birding). Ntwala
also offers exclusivity and intimacy within a complete holistic
Meander between the multiple waterways with your personal guide and
private boat, cruise the quiet backwaters or revel in an exclusive
Chobe sunset cruise while viewing a plethora of game. Pursue the
famed tigerfish on fly with excitement and anticipation. Visit for a
time. Reminisce for eternity.