The Caprivi Region of Namibia in the north-east offers fantastic opportunities for game viewing in true African style, visits to local communities, craft markets and fishing (famous tiger fish amongst other species to be caught!) with variety of accommodation in lodges, camps, B&Bs, guest houses and hotels. Follow links below for more information or contact us.
Katima Mulilo - Kasane
Chobe Water Villas, an exclusive and intimate “boutique” Lodge is located in Namibia at the eastern tip of the famous Caprivi Strip now known as the Zambezi Region.
The Lodge is privately situated in the 150km² Namibian Kasika Conservancy directly on the banks of the Chobe River and opposite the renowned Chobe National Park and the Safari Town of Kasane, in Botswana.
Divava Okavango Lodge and Spa stands on the banks of the the Okavango River. There is a restaurant, bar, guest lounge, and a viewing deck overlooking the river, a laundry service and Internet connection. Accommodation is in 20 luxury chalets.
Honouring the elephants’ right of way, a timber walkway, towering above these giants, meanders through the trees and joins the ten luxurious tented suites of exquisite comfort. Tastefully decorated with natural colors and evoking a gentle balance of serenity, the decadently spacious tented suites open completely and emanate a feeling of vastness and opulence.
24kms south of Kongola in the East Caprivi region, lies the luxury Namushasha River Lodge, set on the banks of an oxbow lake on the Kwando river. Its elevated position allows it to look through a thick canopy of dense Jackalberry and mangosteen trees. The lodge is bounded on all sides by wild game parks.
The lodge has a small pool, bar, sundowner game viewing deck, curio shop and buffet restaurant. It has the added attraction of overlooking a hippo pool and the view from here also includes the river, the game-spattered floodplains, and the bird-filled riverine forest.
Ndhovu Safari Lodge is situated just inside the western end of the Caprivi Strip, close to the Popa Falls on the western bank of the Okavango River, overlooking the Caprivi Game Park.