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P.O.Box 97158, Windhoek, Namibia

Namushasha Lodge

Situated 24km south of Kongola in the East Caprivi, Namushasha Lodge is a luxury bush lodge with 23 en-suite bungalows + 1 VIP unit. All bungalows fitted with mosquito nets. Placed on the banks of the Kwando River, overlooking a tranquil hippo pool, we have over 300 recorded bird species in abundance. Boat trips and fishing trips on the Kwando river or game drives in the Bwabwata National Park is a popular pastime. A 4km hiking trail promise to...

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Ndhovu Lodge

Ndhovu Lodge is situated about 20 km south of the Bagani Bridge on the western bank of the Okavango River on the road 3403 close to Popa Rapids. In true safari tradition, the Lodge offers luxury tented accommodation, each tent being fully equipped with en-suite shower and toilet. The charming, thatched communal “lapa” overlooks the banks of the river where elephants and hippo may congregate, giving residents unforgettable game and...

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Nunda River Lodge

Nunda Safari Lodge is situated in the Caprivi Strip of Namibia. Two kilometres west of the Lodge lies one of the scenic highlights of Western Caprivi, the Popa Falls. More rapids than falls, the Kavango River breaks through a four meter high rocky intrusion amidst islands dotted with pristine forests surrounded by aquatic vegetation. The lodge offers the opportunity to relax in comfortable accommodation. Each unit is set amongst huge trees and...

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Mahangu Safari Lodge

The Mahangu Safari Lodge, established in 1998, currently offers five double bed bungalow units, a main Lapa, a dining and living room, as well as a bar and a wonderful swimming pool with a picturesque view of the river. The Mahangu Safari Lodge, beautifully situated amongst Jackelberry Trees and wild date palms, provides a main deck area with an excellent view of the Caprivi National Park, home to elephants, buffalo’s, hippos and fish...

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Lianshulu Lodge

Lianshulu Lodge is located on the banks of the breathtaking Kwando River, one of the four mighty rivers feeding the Linyanti Swamps. This region is regarded as Namibia’s own slice of the Okavango Delta. Here, in the heart of the Mudumu National Park, dry mixed woodlands stand in complete contrast to the beautiful Kwando wetland ecosystem. It is discreetly placed beneath a canopy of shady jackalberry and mangosteen trees, accommodating...

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Ichingo Chobe Safari Lodge

Ichingo is a luxury tented lodge accommodating a maximum of sixteen guests in large twin bedded Meru tents, each with cupboards, tables, electric lights etc, plus its own private thatched en suite bathroom and balcony. All tents overlook the river with the main lodge buildings being built over the river and consisting of a lounge and bar with a separate dining room, all under thatch and situated under large shady...

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