Susuwe Island Lodge offers visitors the opportunity to experience closely a wild and untouched island of Africa.
Situated in north-eastern Namibia, the island is in the remote Kwando River - a permanent water source which nourishes delicate ecosystems and sustains varied game and bird life. Relaxation, privacy and comfort are paramount here.
Susuwe Island Lodge is built to incorporate the riverine forest - the main complex has lofty canopy viewing decks overlooking endless savannahs, glistening lily-studded wetlands and ancient Kalahari woodlands, as well as a fire pit, spacious lounge and dining areas, curio shop and small reference library.
Six spacious brick and thatch suites equipped with double bathroom, bedroom, lounge and wooden viewing deck each with private plunge pool offer our visitors the opportunity to merge unhurriedly with Africa's timeless evolution of hazy days and star-studded nights.
Mosquito nets, overhead fans and hairdryers as well as generated electricity are provided. At Susuwe game drives are conducted in open 4 x 4 vehicles in the Bwabwata National Park.
Game sightings in this cradle of rivers could include vast herds of roaming elephant and buffalo, lion, hippo, leopard, sable, roan, lechwe and puku for example. Night drives at Susuwe offer an even closer insight into the intrigue of the African bush.