Namibia has a huge mix of ethnic tribes, the biggest diversity of which is found in this region. Sharing borders with four other countries has resulted in fascinating mixture of people, and it’s a delight to explore the towns and villages, seeing the handicrafts that each has become known for.
Accommodation in Caprivi Strip
This floating lodge allows you to explore the wildlife-rich floodplains of the Chobe and Zambezi river confluence, in the relaxed style and comfort of a bygone era. Conveniently situated on the Chobe River, within the Chobe National Park, the Zambezi Voyager gives you the freedom to explore an iconic riverine environment that is one of […]
Its lights reflecting romantically in the waters of the Kwando River, this deluxe bolthole sits just inside the Mudumu National Park. A maximum of 24 guests are allowed in the lodge, so it feels intimate and exclusive. Nature drives are done in the camp’s own 4×4’s and sunset river cruises are also a favourite.
Impalila Island Lodge is a relaxing sanctuary 50 miles (80 kilometres) upriver from Victoria Falls at the confluence of the mighty Chobe and Zambezi rivers. It is also at the crossroads of four countries – Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. The lodge is ideally positioned for exploring the waterways, floodplains and bush, with its extraordinary […]
Located on its own private island about 45 miles (70 kilometres) upriver from the Victoria Falls on the Zambezi River, close to sister-camp Impalila Island Lodge, Ntwala Island Lodge is a beautiful and secluded retreat. Ntwala Island Lodge has four ultra luxe suites, each with its own plunge pool and spacious viewing deck which extends […]