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.
Mudumu National Park
Lianshulu Lodge in the East Caprivi overlooks the Kwando River and is situated on a private concession inside the Mudumu National Park of Namibia.
Nkasa Lupala National Park (Mamili)
Nkasa Lupasa Tented Lodge is a miraculous 'oasis' for anyone with an interest in African wildlife - a spectacular location, where the sightings and photo opportunities of your dreams actually come thick and fast, even from your own tent deck, high above the ground.
Mudumu National Park
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.
Would you like to experience African landscapes and abundant wildlife from luxury of your own floating suite? Take a cruise with the Zambezi Queen that operates on the Chobe River, between Namibia and Botswana (the boat is moored on Namibian side). Zambezi Queen is based only a few kilometers from unique location where four countries meet - Zimbabwe, Zambia, Botswana and Namibia.
The Zambezi Queen is five star luxury boat few meters away from Chobe National Park with its abundant wildlife, huge elephant population and more than 400 species of birds. The area has the densest populations of wildlife on African continent. Magnificient Victoria Falls is only 70 km away. The Zambezi Queen is easily accessed arriving at Victoria Falls, Livingstone or Kasane International Airport by international or charter flights.