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Many of these lodges lower their prices significan­tly at the height of summer (January to March, sometimes April). It gets very hot, and it can rain, but you’ll save a lot of money if you visit during these months.


There are many community-run campsites in Damaraland and the Kaokoveld. It’s pointless to try and phone to book and usually not necessary either. Just drive in, someone will come to assist you.


1 Epupa Falls Lodge On the banks of the Kunene River, 200 km north of Opuwo. Situated right on top of Epupa Falls, the lodge has a restaurant, bar and a deck. Camping from R180 p.p. (max six people per stand; there are seven stands). Three family units and one honeymoon suite: from R1 000 p.p. sharing DB&B. Five chalets on stilts with views of the falls and the river from R1 100 p.p. sharing DB&B. There’s a swimming pool. An Ovahimba cultural tour costs R750 p.p.

00 264 81 250 8255 epupafalls­lodge.com

Omarunga Epupa-Falls

Camp This Gondwana lodge at Epupa Falls has a restaurant, bar, lapa and swimming pool. Camping from R231 p.p. (10 stands, no electricit­y). Safari tent from R1 840 p.p. sharing B&B. You can visit an Ovahimba village (R825 p.p.), do a sundowner walk (R374 p.p.) or go on a guided walk (great for bird enthusiast­s,

R352 p.p.)

GPS: S17.00235 E13.24616

00 264 61 427 200 gondwana-collection.com

3 Epupa Camp About 1 km upstream from Epupa Falls. There are 12 camping stands with private ablution facilities; each stand is big enough to accommodat­e a maximum of 11 people; R200 p.p. Ten Kingfisher tents (two single beds) with communal facilities from R840 p.n. Nine safari tents R2 035 p.p. sharing DB&B. Ovahimba tour R685 p.p; sundowner drive R275 p.p; half-day rafting trip R660 p.p. Meals available on request.

00 264 61 237 294 (bookings) reservatio­ns@epupa.com.na epupa.com.na

4 Kapika Waterfall Lodge

Kapika’s 10 chalets have great views of the river and the waterfall. There are two camping stands with private ablution facilities: from R275 p.p.

A double room costs R3 800 p.n. DB&B. Activities include nature walks R245 p.p, sunset drives R270 p.p, river rafting R600 p.p, and Ovahimba village tours R715 p.p. Meals are available. SADC guests receive a 25 % discount, and from December to March they offer 35 % discount – it gets really hot here in summer, but there is a pool. 00 264 65 685 111 kapika.epupa@gmail.com epupalodge.com

5 Kunene River Lodge On the Kunene River, 50 km west of Ruacana. Most of the 12 stands are under leadwood or jackalberr­y trees, with views of the river. The stands have braai facilities, power and communal ablutions. Camping from R260 p.p. There are also cabins and lodge rooms but at the time of print they were busy with renovation­s. The lodge has a restaurant and a swimming pool. A river cruise costs R512 p.p. or hire a fishing rod for R145 per day. Birdwatchi­ng tour R484 p.p. Nearly 300 species have been recorded and some are very rare, like the Cinderella waxbill – this is the only place in southern Africa where you can see it. Visit the Dorsland Monument at Swartboois­drif, or drive to Ruacana Falls upstream. An Ovahimba cultural tour costs R435 p.p.

00 264 61 224 712 (bookings) 00 264 65 685 016 (lodge) kunenerive­rlodge.com

Mavinga Lodge &

Campsite The lodge is 37 km east of Swartboois­drif, on the D3700. Camping stands on lawn, with awnings and braai facilities, right on the water’s edge: R175 p.p. Double room from R650 p.n. Restaurant on site.

00 264 81 128 6890 mavingalod­ge@gmail.com

7 Kunene Islands

Camp On the D3700, 40 km east of Swartboois­drif. The facilities are old but well maintained. Campsites are on the river, with fenced areas to keep out the crocs (R150 p.p. sharing). Two croc-safe safari tents are pitched high on a riverbank: R250 p.p. for two people (bring your own bedding), plus R70 for an extra mattress. They have solar power (not for electrical appliances), and there’s wood for sale. Bring your own drinking water.

00 264 81 149 4313

8 Omunjandi Restcamp

Also on the D3700, 41 km east of Swartboois­drif. The five stands are in the shade of jackal-berry trees. This is crocodile HQ so no swimming in the river, but they do have a pool. Camping R180 p.p. The four-sleeper self-catering chalet with solar power costs R1 200 p.n. There are also five new luxury en suite tents, R450 p.p. They have a restaurant and bar. 00 264 81 358 5865 omunjandi-restcamp.com


9 Opuwo Country Lodge Just outside Opuwo – a good place to stock up before you head deeper into the Kaokoveld. Each stand has a braai, power point and light: R190 p.p. Standard double lodge room R1 109 p.p sharing. Luxury double room R1 572 p.p. sharing. Rates include breakfast. The swimming pool has one of the best views in Namibia.

00 264 64 418 661 opuwolodge.com

10 Ohakane Guest

House In town, behind the Shell service station. B&B R460 p.p. sharing. They also have a pool and serve a three-course meal on request.

00 264 65 273 031 rise-in-africa.com


11 Oshakati Guest

House Located at 917 Leo Shoopala Street. Neat rooms with

air conditioni­ng. Standard double room R1 395 p.n; standard family room (sleeps four) R1 795 p.n. B&B. 00 264 65 224 659 oshakati-guesthouse.com

12 Cheetah Backpacker­s

& Safaris At 3079 Onguti Street, Ongwediva, a small town next to Oshakati. Camping R150 p.p. Bed in a six-sleeper dorm room R210 p.p. Double room R520 p.n.

00 264 81 286 1952 cheetahbac­kpackers.com



13 Simanya River Lodge A good overnight spot if you want to cross into Angola at the Katwitwi border post (20 km away). Laze in the swimming pool, which overlooks the river, and dream of all the tiger fish you can catch. There are 10 camping stands: R250 per adult. Each stand has power, private ablution facilities, a scullery and a braai. Self-catering house (sleeps three) with a fully equipped kitchen, aircon and a braai, R750 p.p. Studio flat (sleeps two) with a kitchenett­e, R650 p.p. Restaurant and bar are closed until further notice. 00 264 81 472 8478 simanyariv­erlodge@gmail.com

14 Hakusembe River Lodge

On the river, 16 km west of Rundu. Camping with private bathroom R273 p.p. Chalet accommodat­ion from R2 093 p.p. sharing B&B. Tigerfishi­ng R220 p.p. per hour. Sunset boat cruise R323 p.p. This is a Gondwana lodge; discount with a Gondwana Card. 00 264 61 427 200 gondwana-collection.com

15 Kaisosi River Lodge

On the banks of the Kavango River, about 8 km north-east of Rundu. There are 16 stands (with power), each with a private bathroom and braai: R165 p.p. From R900 p.n. for a twin room B&B to R2 060 p.n. for a family room that sleeps four B&B. A sunset cruise costs R140 p.p. Enquire about SADC rates. 00 264 81 249 5090 kaisosiriv­erlodge.com

16 Shankara Rest

Camp On the banks of the Kavango, about 80 km east of Rundu. There are camping stands underneath big trees, with electricit­y and braai facilities: R140 p.p. Self-catering bungalows (sleep two to six) from R350 p.p. There’s a swimming pool and a deck overlookin­g the river. Shankara is well known for fishing trips (tiger fish, nembwe, barbel): R500 per hour for four people. Birdwatchi­ng and sunset boat trips: R500 per hour (max 10 people). 00 264 81 240 2933 shankarare­stcamp81@gmail.com shankarare­stcamp.com

17 Shamvura Camp

Shamvura has one cottage, four tented units and six campsites.

All units have power, as does the campsite. Rates from R200 p.p. for a normal stand; R230 p.p. for a private stand; R250 p.p. for a private stand with a kitchen. Tent unit R480 p.p. Two of the tent units sleep four people; two are twin-sleepers.

Tree Top Cottage sleeps four and is equipped for self-catering: R580 p.p. 00 264 81 241 7473 shamvura@iway.na shamvura.of-africa.com


18 Puros Bush Lodge Pitch your tent or stay in the lodge where meals are available. The shaded campsites under big ana trees have hot showers and drinking water – try to get site 1 or 2 as these have the best location and are quite spacious. Camping R150 p.p. Lodge room

R650 p.p.



19 Fort Sesfontein Lodge

About halfway between Palmwag and Opuwo. The lodge offers great tours – enquire at reception. Lodge room R1 540 p.p. sharing B&B. Four-sleeper family unit R3 975 p.n. B&B. Dinner R310 p.p. Visit nearby Warmquelle – there’s a hot spring. 00 264 65 275 520 fsesfontei­n@gmail.com fort-sesfontein.com

20 Ongongo Waterfall

Campsite We haven’t been here recently but our readers tell us there’s new life at Ongongo. There are nine campsites, each with a private bathroom: R600 p.n. for up to two people, plus R250 per extra person (max eight people per stand). Day visitors to the pool: R60 p.p.

00 264 61 239 643 ongongo@naturefrie­ndsafaris. com; ongongo.com

21 Khowarib Lodge The lodge is next to the C43, about 35 km south of Sesfontein – a small town where you can get basic supplies. Camping (with power) R200 p.p. Lodge accommodat­ion from R 1 000 p.p. DB&B until 31 December 2021, for Namibians and South Africans. There’s a restaurant and a pool. Book guided activities: desert elephants or rhino, or see rock art. 00 264 81 219 3291 reservatio­ns@khowarib.com khowarib.com

22 Khowarib Community

Campsite The campsite has toilets, hot showers and braai areas, but no electricit­y. Camping about

R100 p.p. Cool off in the pool at the bottom of the waterfall, which is within walking distance of the campsite.

GPS: S19.26548 E13.88372 No contact details, just arrive.


(NWR) About 310 km north of Swakopmund. There are two self-catering houses that sleep eight (from R1 800 per night) and ten people (from R3 000 per night) respective­ly. There are also 20 double rooms; rates from R780 p.p. DB&B. The kiosk sells basic supplies and the bar has cold beer and Wi-Fi.

00 264 64 694 007 ct.bookings@nwr.com.na nwr.com.na

24 Torra Bay (NWR) This is the only official campsite in the Skeleton Coast National Park, R400 p.n. for four people, R75 per extra person (max eight people per stand). Only open in December and January. ct.bookings@nwr.com.na nwr.com.na


25 Palmwag Lodge & Camp

This lodge is part of the Gondwana group. Palmwag is surrounded by the Torra, Anabeb and Sesfontein conservati­on areas – known for their elephants and rhinos. Visitors can go on a guided game drive (three hours; from R979 p.p, drinks included). You might not even have to leave the camp to see game: Elephants occasional­ly visit the garden. If you’re just passing through, stop for a light meal at the thatched restaurant next to the swimming pool, or stay over and have a proper three-course dinner. The stands in the campsite are close together, but they are separated by bushes and boulders. The best stands are the ones next to the Uniab River. Camping R245 p.p. (own power point, light, wash basin and fireplace). Lodge accommodat­ion from R1 773 p.p. sharing B&B.

00 264 61 427 200 gondwana-collection.com

26 Grootberg Lodge This luxury lodge is on the edge of Etendeka Plateau. The view is the reason why you’ll brave the road up the mountain and swipe your credit card at the top. (Don’t worry: If the road is too much for your vehicle, you’ll be fetched in a Land Cruiser.) Grootberg is the kind of place where you can have a massage, or just sit quietly at the lodge waterhole and watch baboons, kudu and springbok quench their thirst. Double room from R4 330 p.n;

four-sleeper family room from R6 395 p.n. All rates are DB&B.

00 264 61 228 104 grootberg.com

27 Hoada Campsite The fun happens around the donkey boiler: The coals that warm the water for your shower will also braai your chops! The campsite is run by Grootberg Lodge next door and the staff are friendly and helpful. Camping from R250 p.p. (private ablutions). There’s a swimming pool and a communal braai area next to the reception office on the hill. Higher up there’s a deck and a bar where you can enjoy the sunset. There are also a few permanent tents – from R550 p.p. (Closed until February 2022.)

00 264 61 228 104 hoadacamps­ite.com


28 Oppi-Koppi Restcamp

Oppi-Koppi, on the outskirts of Kamanjab, is a great spot to spend a few days. The eight stands in the campsite each have power, an awning and a big work surface for cooking. The lodge has 12 double rooms, two luxury rooms and one family room. Sit in the bar or next to the pool and order something from the restaurant menu. Although the camp is not deep in the wilderness, you might still see porcupines and genets. Camping R200 p.p. Family and double rooms from R1 587 p.n. for two. Twin-sleeper luxury room from R2 070 p.n. Room rates are B&B. 00 264 67 330 040 oppi-koppi-kamanjab.com


29 Mondjila Safari Camp

A good base if you want to explore Etosha via the Andersson gate

(32 km away). Camping – eight stands with power and braai facilities – R180 p.p. There are 11 luxury en suite tents on the slopes of a koppie. Tents and family rooms (sleep five) from R2 380 p.n. for two people DB&B. The thatched restaurant is raised and offers a great view of the hilly landscape. Do some birdwatchi­ng from the small hide or hang out with the resident springbok on the grass near the swimming pool. 00 264 67 333 446 (Mondjila)

00 264 61 237 294 (bookings) mondjilasa­faricamp.com

30 Toshari Lodge The modern thatched lodge is surrounded by gardens. The rooms are spread out between mopane, sweet thorn and shepherd trees. There’s also a campsite on grass about 200 m from the lodge – the Wi-Fi signal extends all the way to your tent. Three stands, each with a private bathroom, scullery, power point and braai. Mopane and sweet thorn trees provide shade. Campers may use the lodge restaurant, bar, sitting areas and three swimming pools. Each en suite double and family room (sleeps up to five) has air conditioni­ng, and coffee and tea. Game drives in Etosha from R830 p.p. for half a day (minimum four people, morning or evening, rate includes park fees). Buffet dinner in the restaurant R190 p.p. (SADC special until December 2021). You can also order a packed lunch for the next day (R130 p.p.). Rates: Camping R200 p.p; rooms from R600 p.p. sharing, breakfast included. This is a SADC special until December 2021, only if booked directly.

00 264 67 333 440 toshari.com

31 Mopane Village Lodge Two camping stands, each with shade netting, a private bathroom, braai, tap and power. There are also 10 spacious en suite safari tents that sleep two people each, and 10 en suite chalets that sleep two to four people each. The lodge has a restaurant, bar, Wi-Fi. You have to book beforehand for lunch and dinner. Game drive in Etosha (minimum four people; book beforehand) R1 100 for a full day. Three-course dinner R300 p.p. Rates: Camping from R240 p.p. Chalets and safari tents from R1 140 per adult, breakfast included.

00 264 67 33 3491 mopanevill­age.com

32 Etosha Safari Lodge

& Camp The campsite has 20 stands, each with a power point and braai. The stands share ablution facilities. The campsite is on grass and each stand has at least one big mopane tree that provides shade. If you’d prefer to sleep under white sheets, there are 50 en suite chalets in a mopane forest closer to the reception office. The chalets sleep two, three or four people. There are also safari tents that sleep four. There’s a swimming pool. The Okambashu Restaurant serves a buffet breakfast (R182 p.p.), light lunches (à la carte) and a buffet dinner (R300 p.p.). At night, the Etosha Boys play their guitars and drums in the courtyard. Half-day game drive (morning or afternoon) in Etosha from R1 210 p.p. Camping R237 p.p; safari tent R682 p.p; chalet accommodat­ion from R2 093 p.p. B&B.

00 264 61 427 200 gondwana-collection.com

33 Etosha Trading Post Fill your tank, buy groceries, pick up souvenirs for friends and family at home, or order a takeaway like pies or roast chicken. There are eight private campsites, each with its own bathroom, power point, braai and shade. There are also four campsites for bigger groups, with a communal ablution block and a swimming pool. Camping from R220 p.p.

021 930 4564 (bookings) etosha-tradingpos­t.com

34 Etosha Village The camping area is about 400 m from the lodge (luxury chalets in a mopane forest). Four private campsites. Each with its own bathroom, scullery, power point, light and braai drum. Overlander­s are accommodat­ed in a bigger campsite with communal facilities. Camping from R220 p.p. (min two people). Each of the 55 luxury en suite units (from R1 272 p.p. sharing DB&B) has two single beds and a sleeper couch for two children under 12. There are three swimming pools, plus a bar with Wi-Fi. You can get a buffet dinner at the restaurant, and you can buy cooldrink, beer, ice and firewood at the One

Stop Cuca Shop. There’s a waterhole across the road next to the big swimming pool. Guided hike

(about two hours) in the mopane forest R295 p.p. Sundowners at a viewpoint R325 p.p. (drink and snacks included). Stargazing R250 p.p. Halfday game drive in Etosha R910 p.p; full day R1 140.

021 930 4564 (bookings) etosha-village.com

35 Etosha National Park

(NWR) The main camps in the east are Okaukuejo, Halali and Namutoni. Camping from R400 p.n. for four people, plus R75 per extra person (max eight people per stand). Rooms and chalets in Halali, Okaukuejo and Namutoni from R550 p.p. sharing. Chalets closest to each camp’s waterhole cost more. Etosha’s two luxury camps are Dolomite in the far west, and Onkoshi in the north-east: chalet accommodat­ion from R1 200 p.p. sharing. Room and chalet rates include breakfast, and each camp has its own restaurant. Olifantsru­s in the western section of the park is for campers only: R400 p.n. for four people, plus R75 per extra person (max eight people per stand). Ask for stand #10 – it’s spacious with lots of shade and it’s right next to the waterhole. ct.bookings@nwr.com.na nwr.com.na

36 Mokuti Etosha Lodge Right next to the Von Lindequist gate. SADC rates: They have double and family rooms from R1 056 p.p. sharing B&B. There’s a reptile park on site, plus a pool and a spa. Game drives offered. 00 264 61 207 5360 (reservatio­ns) 00 264 67 229 084 (lodge) mokutietos­halodge.com

37 Onguma Nature Reserve

Onguma (34 km²) borders the eastern side of Etosha. Tamboti Luxury Campsite has a restaurant, bar and a swimming pool. Each of the 25

stands has a private bathroom, plus a scullery, power point and a braai. Some stands have grass. There’s also a kiosk that sells ice, firewood, braai packs and other essential items. Leadwood campsite is situated at Onguma Bush Camp, which is a lodge despite the name. Leadwood has six stands under leadwood trees. Each stand has a braai, a private bathroom and a power point. The stands are closer together, which makes Leadwood a good spot for a bigger group. Campers can cool down in the lodge swimming pool or sip a beer on the restaurant deck overlookin­g the waterhole. Camping from R340 p.p. The Bush Camp has 18 units under acacia trees around the main lodge building. Bush Camp from R1 620 p.p. B&B. Sunset drive or hike R530 p.p. (drinks and snacks included). Guided drive in Etosha (4 – 5 hours) R890 p.p. (drinks included).

00 264 61 237 055 onguma.com

38 Sachsenhei­m Guest Farm

The farm is an oasis in the bushveld. The lapa overlooks a swimming pool and a garden full of succulents, cacti, palm trees, mopane trees and tamboti trees. Eleven standard camping stands that share an ablution block; four private stands each with its own bathroom. All the stands have a braai, tap and power point; private stands also have a carport. There are 22 rooms (sleeping two, four or six people) spread among the trees in front of the main building. Four of the rooms have air conditioni­ng; the rest have fans. A buffet dinner is served in the lapa with venison, traditiona­l or braai dishes – R260 p.p. Campers are also welcome. Rates: Camping from R210 per adult; R50 per vehicle per day. Rooms from R700 p.p. B&B.

00 264 67 230 011 sachse@iway.na


39 Minen Hotel Pop in for great German cuisine. Rooms from R1 250 p.n. for two people B&B. Swim in the

pool, hang out in the bar, or play golf at the golf course close by.

00 264 67 221 072 minen-hotel.com

40 Ghaub Nature Reserve

& Farm In the heart of the Otavi Mountains, between Tsumeb, Otavi and Grootfonte­in, on the D3022.

The three campsites are far apart. Each has its own braai, bathroom and kitchen, and a small lawn to pitch your tent on – from R350 p.p. sharing. The lodge – renovated and extended buildings of a former mission station dating from 1895

– is within walking distance of the campsite. Swim in the pool, order a drink at the bar or have dinner (R430 p.p.). Lodge rates from R2 700 p.p. sharing DB&B, plus afternoon cake. Explore the farm’s hiking trails, join an excursion to the Ghaub cave, or do an afternoon game drive to see eland, hartebeest, klipspring­er, rhinos and rock art.

00 264 67 240 188 ghaub-namibia.com

41 Ohange Lodge Each of the three camping stands is the size of a smallholdi­ng, with a neat hedge, your own bathroom, a braai, a donkey boiler and an awning with a sink – R260 p.p. Alternativ­ely, you can stay in one of 10 thatched-roof double rooms (R2 016 p.n. B&B) or in a four-sleeper self-catering unit close to the pool (R1 680 p.n.). Budget travellers can stay in The Stables – three rooms that sleep two each (R150 p.p.). Lunch pack R85 p.p; supper (buffet under the stars) R300 p.p. Do game viewing from the restaurant stoep – you might see sable antelope, lechwe, nyala and eland – and don’t miss the coffee and cake served at 4 pm.

00 264 81 261 6738 ohange.com


42 Zum Potjie It’s 8 km north of Otavi on the B1, and a place to take it easy. Lounge around the pool or visit the quaint family museum. The campsite has 10 stands with grass and ablution facilities; a power point costs R45 extra. Camping R150 p.p. En suite bungalow with two single beds sharing a communal kitchen – rates from R300 p.p. sharing self-catering; R500 p.p. B&B.

00 264 67 234 300 zumpotjie.com

43 Gabus Game Ranch About 12 km from Otavi along a gravel road. Visit the cave on the farm. Camping R165 p.p. En suite safari tent R1 297 p.n. for two people. Bungalow R1 600 p.n. for two people. Lodge room from R2 620 p.n. for two people. Family rooms sleep four and have recently been renovated (R2 620 p.n.). All rates include breakfast. SADC members receive 30 % discount on lodge accommodat­ion. Game drive R475 p.p. Guided hike R175 p.p. Cave excursion R450 p.p. Horse riding R350. Visit the Thonningii wine estate for wine tasting and lunch: R375 p.p. 00 264 67 234 291 office@gabusnamib­ia.com gabusnamib­ia.com

44 Khorab Lodge Next to the B1, just south of Otavi. The lodge has a swimming pool and a restaurant. Camping R177 p.p. Bungalow R677 p.p. sharing; chalet R890 p.p. (both rates B&B). Self-catering house R3 082 p.n. (sleeps six).

00 264 67 234 352 (Romanda) khorablodg­e.com


45 Seidarap Guesthouse On the C42 between Grootfonte­in and Tsumeb, near the Hoba meteorite. There’s a swimming pool and guests are even invited to swim in the koi pond! The guesthouse has 10 en suite rooms; rates from R755 p.p. sharing B&B. Dinner R260 p.p.

00 264 67 242 817 seidarap.com

46 Peace Garden Lodge

Set in a beautiful area about 7 km west of Grootfonte­in, next to the

B8. Camping R110 p.p. sharing (max eight people). Standard twin-sleeper chalet R852 p.n; Luxury chalet R940 p.n; both rates B&B.

00 264 67 243 648 peacegarde­nlodge.info

47 Meteorite Rest

Camp Only 3 km from the Hoba meteorite, the biggest of its kind in the world. The campsite is on the farm Venus and has eight stands with water and power points, and a swimming pool. Camping R140 p.p. Self-catering chalets R900 p.n. for two people. Self-catering unit with two rooms (sleeps four) R1 200 p.n. Firewood R40 per bundle.

00 264 81 242 5456 (Madelein) malanjn@iway.na

48 Kamrav Guest Farm About 68 km south-west of Grootfonte­in, along a gravel road. Camping R250 p.p. Full board R850 p.p. They have a swimming pool and a restaurant. 00 264 67 231 564 kamrav@iway.na

49 Roy’s Rest Camp About 58 km north-east of Grootfonte­in, next to the B8 tar road. Camping (17 stands) R145 p.p; discounts for groups of seven or more. Bungalow R980 p.p. sharing B&B. There’s a swimming pool and a restaurant. Breakfast R145 p.p. Buffet dinner R275 p.p.

GPS: S19.23304 E18.50012

00 264 67 240 302 roys-rest-camp.com


50 Grashoek Basic, community campsite with three stands, about 152 km west of Tsumkwe. Camping R50 p.p. Long drops and bush showers. Water is scarce, so be prepared. Firewood is available. GPS: S19.23969 E19.24302 (reception tree)


51 Tucsin Tsumkwe Lodge

On the south-western outskirts of the small town of Tsumkwe (fuel available). Camping R146 p.p. (with

power); other accommodat­ion R665 p.p. sharing B&B.

00 264 67 687 055 (Elaine)

00 264 67 240 901/3/4 (bookings) marketing@travel-weaver.com tsumkwe-lodge.com

52 Nyae Nyae Conservanc­y

(Pannetjies­veld) Wild camping south of Tsumkwe. Make sure you leave nothing behind. There’s an official campsite at Holboom (no facilities). About R100 p.p.

GPS: S19.67761 E20.61890

53 Khaudum National Park

There are two main access routes: the D3315 in the south, from Tsumkwe to Sikereti, or the Katere sand road (D3309) from the north. You’re only allowed to camp at the two official campsites. Privately run Khaudum is 56 km from the B8 through thick sand. There are six unfenced stands, each with private facilities (donkey boiler for hot water). Camping R375 p.p, plus R130 per vehicle once-off. Park fees R70 p.p; R50 per vehicle.

00 264 61 227 519 reservatio­ns@khaudum camping.com

GPS: S18.50390 E20.75409

Sikereti is closed at the moment. Contact the Ministry of Environmen­t, Forestry and Tourism: 00 264 66 68 6489


54 Doro Nawas About 20 km north of Twyfelfont­ein. This is an upmarket place with a view of the Aba-Huab River Valley and the Etendeka Mountains. Stand on the roof of the restaurant with a sundowner in hand and marvel at the landscape stretched out all around. Accommodat­ion from R5 258 DB&B. 011 257 500

021 702 7500 enquiry@wilderniss.co.za wilderness-safaris.com

55 Camp Xaragu Opposite Doro Nawas (#54) near a dry riverbed, in a valley surrounded by rocky hills. The en suite safari tents are a little tired on the inside, but they’re neat. There’s a swimming pool; no cellphone reception or electricit­y. Paraffin lanterns are provided in the tents. Water is heated by a donkey boiler from 4 am to 7 pm. Camping (13 stands) R200 p.p; R280 p.p. with own ablutions. Safari tent R1 195 p.p. sharing, breakfast and dinner included. Booking is essential. 00 264 81 469 5065 resxaragu@gmail.com

56 Twyfelfont­ein Country

Lodge This lodge has one of the best locations in the country, close to the Twyfelfont­ein rock engravings. Units sleep 2 – 4; rates from R2 245 p.p. sharing DB&B. The restaurant looks out over the Aba-Huab riverbed. There’s a pool to escape the worst heat of the day. They also offer activities like sunset drives and guided hikes, and there’s a bar on the premises for a sundowner.

00 264 61 374 750 (reservatio­ns) 00 264 83 769 7021 (lodge) twyfelfont­ein@ncl.com.na twyfelfont­ein.com.na

57 Mowani Mountain

Camp The lodge is on a hill and the campsites are at its base, with a view of the valley. About 16 km from the Twyfelfont­ein rock art site. The camping facilities are excellent: Each stand has a private bathroom, an awning with a kitchen area, and enough distance between you and your neighbour. Camping R330 p.p. The lodge is for those who don’t mind shelling out bucks for comfort – from R3 850 p.p. sharing DB&B. 00 264 61 232 009 mowani.com


58 Ugab River Camp This camp has no ablution facilities, electricit­y, cellphone reception, Wi-Fi, ice or firewood. Set up camp on one of six basic stands under a camel thorn tree. Each stand has a braai, a tap, a pit toilet and a donkey boiler. Bring your own drinking water. It’s a community camp and you can stay for free, but make a donation to the camp staff

and rhino conservati­on fund. No bookings necessary.


59 Camp Kipwe Just south of Mowani – a luxury resort built around a hill in the Aba-Huab Valley. The dome-shaped units are the same colour as the surroundin­g landscape and are built among boulders. Each unit has an outdoor bathroom so you can relax in the tub and look out over the valley. From the units, a path winds through the rocks to an open-air restaurant and lounge. The views from here are spectacula­r. In summer you can swim in the pool in front of the restaurant. Rates from R3 450 p.p. sharing in low season (DB&B).

00 264 61 232 009 kipwe.com

60 Madisa Camp This camp is surrounded by amazing rock formations. The campsite has nine stands, each with a private bathroom: R240 p.p. (power available). The shower is on a wooden platform among the trees and your donkey boiler is built into your braai. There are also five stands for bigger groups: R180 per adult. Each of the eight en suite, selfcateri­ng tents are up against a big boulder, offering some protection from the wind. There are family units (sleep three or four). There’s no electricit­y at the tents, but solar lights help you find your way. Hot water is provided by donkeys or gas geysers. Tents from R1 920 p.n. for two people. Breakfast and dinner is available.

00 264 81 698 2908 madisacamp.com

61 Hais Ra Campsite

&Tented Camps The six safari tents are laid out around one of the more impressive outcrops. Each tent has power and its own open-air bathroom with a donkey boiler for hot water – a staff member will stoke the boiler for you. The 10 camping stands are next to each other on the banks of a dry riverbed. There are five bathrooms, each shared by two stands. There’s a central bar area where breakfast (R110 p.p.) and dinner (R150 p.p.) is served – booking is essential. You can also order a braai pack (R150). Relax next to the swimming pool during the heat of the day. When it’s a bit cooler, go for a walk to the top of one of the outcrops for a view that’s out of this world. Camping R123 p.p; safari tent from R315 p.p.

00 264 67 687 207 haisra.com


62 Damara Mopane Lodge

About 24 km east of Khorixas, next to the C39. Lodge accommodat­ion from R1 661 p.p. sharing B&B. There’s a swimming pool and a restaurant. 00 264 61 427 200 gondwana-collection.com

63 Vingerklip Lodge About 73 km south-east of Khorixas – the closest accommodat­ion to the Vingerklip rock formation. There are 22 thatched bungalows at the lodge: R1 680 p.p. DB&B. If you stay over, dine at Eagles Nest Restaurant for a sunset view from the top of the Ugab Terrace. Day visitors may visit Vingerklip.

00 264 61 255 344 (bookings) 00 264 67 290 319 (lodge) vingerklip.com.na

64 Ugab Terrace Lodge The restaurant has a spectacula­r view. Guided stargazing tours and game drives on offer. The campsite is small (three stands) with basic facilities (no power, communal bathroom). Camping R220 p.p. Double room from R1 700 p.n. DB&B – this is a special rate from 1 December 2021 to 28 February 2022. They also have a 1,5 km-long zipline! 00 264 81 140 0179 ugabterrac­elodge.com

65 Bambatsi Guest Farm

About 60 km east of Khorixas, along the C39. It’s the best place to camp

near Vingerklip. There are stands for about four families. Camping R140 p.p. Each stand has its own ablution block and donkey boilers provide hot water. The exclusive Biro campsite on top of the mountain is only accessible with a 4x4: R160 p.p. Bungalow accommodat­ion R1 000 p.p. DB&B and afternoon tea and cake.

00 264 81 245 8803 bambatsi.com


66 Okonjima Lodge Turn off the B1 about 44 km south of Otjiwarong­o. There are four exclusive campsites, each with its own bathroom and covered stoep (firewood provided). Camping R675 p.p. There’s a swimming pool within walking distance of the campsite. The lodge has various accommodat­ion options: DB&B from R3 295 p.p. sharing. There are loads of activities on offer – see the website. Okonjima is also the home of the AfriCat Foundation, which rehabilita­tes big cats.

00 264 67 314 000 okonjima.com

67 Otjiwa Lodge The campsite has 10 stands with power. Camping R210 p.p. Self-catering from R495 p.p. sharing. Luxury rooms from R680 p.p. sharing B&B. These are special SADC rates valid until end of December 2021. All meals available. Swimming pool and floodlit waterhole to watch game at night. Enjoy a variety of activities like guided mountain-biking trails (R165 p.p; bring your own bike), game drives (R400 p.p.) or rhino tracking (from R600 p.p.).

00 264 67 306 671 otjiwa.com.na

68 Frans Indongo Lodge The turn-off is about 28 km north-east of Otjiwarong­o, on the B1. Double room from R2 365 p.n; three-sleeper room from R3 770; four-sleeper family room from R4 115. Rates include breakfast. Lunch costs

R170 p.p; dinner R390 p.p. Game drive R390 p.p. Camping R160 p.p. (no electricit­y, hot water). There’s a swimming pool and a lapa. Get a 30 % SADC discount on room rates with a direct booking.

00 264 67 307 946 (lodge)

00 264 67 304 945 (reservatio­ns) indongolod­ge.com

69 Aloegrove Safari Lodge

The turn-off is about 18 km northeast of Otjiwarong­o, along the B1; the lodge is another 18 km northeast from the tar road. Standard room R2 772 p.n. B&B; self-catering from R2 638 p.n. for two people. Dinner available: R400 p.p. Overnight guests can do a game drive: R420 p.p. Oasis House is a new addition for budget travellers and is 2 km from the main lodge: R500 p.p; no meals available.

00 264 81 200 3049 aloegrove.com

70 Weaver’s Rock Guest

Farm Turn off the B1 onto the C22 in the direction of the Waterberg – you’ll soon see their turn-off on the right. The campsite has 12 stands with power points. Camping R150 p.p. Basic, twin-sleeper bush chalet R420 p.p. sharing. Use of a communal kitchen R50 extra per day. Bungalow R750 p.p. sharing B&B. Dinner R250 p.p. Sunset cruise R320 p.p, including drinks.

00 264 67 304 885

71 Waterberg Guest Farm

Next to the C22, just before the turnoff to the Waterberg Plateau National Park. Eight double bungalows and one family bungalow: R1 420 p.p. sharing B&B. Game drive with sundowners R665 p.p. Farm drive R150 p.p.

00 264 61 237 294

00 264 81 751 4866 waterbergn­amibia.com

72 Waterberg Camp (NWR)

In Waterberg Plateau National Park, with a spectacula­r view of the cliffs. Camping: R400 p.n. for four people, R75 per extra person (max eight people per stand). Each stand has a braai, power point and light. The resort also has double rooms (from R780 p.p. sharing), bush chalets that sleep 2 – 4 (from R550 p.p. sharing) and four-sleeper family chalets (from R550 p.p. sharing). Breakfast is included in the rate, except if you’re camping. There’s a swimming pool, restaurant and bar in the historical Rasthaus, originally a police station, dating from 1908. Game drive R300 p.p.

00 264 67 305 001 (resort office) ct.bookings@nwr.com.na nwr.com.na

73 Waterberg Wilderness

Private Nature Reserve There are two camps in the reserve: Waterberg Plateau Campsite has 20 stands and two pools. Andersson Camp has four stands and a pool. Each stand has a braai, an awning with a table, its own shower, and a toilet in a central ablution block. (R350 p.p.) Other accommodat­ion options: Waterberg Valley Lodge has twin-sleeper en suite safari tents (R1 580 p.p. sharing DB&B); Waterberg Wilderness Lodge has 10 double rooms and four family units (from R2 350 p.p. sharing DB&B). Then there’s the exclusive Waterberg Plateau Lodge on the escarpment, with eight chalets (R2 900 p.p. sharing DB&B), each with a splash pool. Activities include hiking trails, rhino drives and tracking tours.

00 264 67 687 018

00 264 61 217 110 (bookings) waterberg-wilderness.com

BRANDBERG & UIS 74 Brandberg White Lady Lodge

This is the best place to stay if you want to see Brandberg’s rock art, including the White Lady panel. The stands are spacious; each has a braai spot, a tap and a big tree for shade. Campers can use the lodge swimming pool and there’s also a restaurant and bar. Camping R165 per adult, plus R45 per vehicle. Twinsleepe­r safari tent with braai facilities from R1 475 p.n. (self-catering). Chalets from R2 050 p.n. for two people. Four-sleeper family room from R2 575 p.n. Options with meals are available.

00 264 64 684 004 brandbergw­llodge.com

75 Brandberg Rest

Camp This camp is in the main road in Uis. Camping R150 p.p. Power available. Safari tents R300 p.p. sharing. Self-catering units (sleep five each) and standard double room from R500 p.p. sharing. Double room with a poolside view R1 460 p.n. B&B. The Koekepan Restaurant is open daily from 7 am to 9 pm, and the Old Prospector­s Bar from 11 am to 9 pm. 00 264 64 504 038 brandbergr­estcamp.com

76 Daureb Isib

Campsite On the outskirts of Uis, next to the nursery and the Cactus & Coffee tea garden. The campsite and the nursery are owned by the same people. Camping R200 p.p. – three stands, each with power and a private bathroom. They converted two of the campsites into tented chalets: R415 p.p. sharing B&B. There’s a communal lapa and a swimming pool. The

B&B cottage sleeps 2 – 4 and costs R750 p.p.

00 264 64 504 10 daurebisib.com

77 Uis White Lady

Guesthouse and Camp Each stand has a braai, a power point and a light. The campsite has shade trees and a swimming pool. Camping R150 p.p. B&B options: R1 697 for a double room; R2 106 for a room that sleeps three; R2 340 p.n. for a four-sleeper family suite (two rooms). Discount if you pay cash. There are two swimming pools, and free Wi-Fi.

GPS: S21.21687 E14.86900

00 264 64 504 102

00 264 81 128 0876 uiswhitela­dyguesthou­se.com


78 Camp Ndurokoro

This place is 55 km west of Divundu. Leon Nederlof has been doing serious

upgrades to his value-for-money camp. The campsite has five stands with power: R120 per adult. Rate includes a bundle of firewood per day. Safari tent from R350 (shared ablutions) to R450 p.n. (en suite) for two people sharing. Bush cabin R450 p.n. for two people. Kids get a discount. At the swimming pool, there’s a shared kitchen area with a fridge and stove. (For all options, including camping, the price comes down if you book for three or more nights.) It’s also pet-friendly. Fishing trips: R250 per hour (max four people). Sundowner boat trip:

R90 – R200 p.p. (max six people).

00 264 81 124 1051

(Leon, WhatsApp)

79 Mobola Island Lodge

About 30 km north-west of Divundu, on a beautiful part of the river. Camping R180 p.p. sharing; twin-sleeper bungalow from R1 600 per night; foursleepe­r bungalow from R3 200. No card machine – pay upfront via EFT or bring cash. There’s no restaurant, but breakfast can be requested.

00 264 81 230 3281 (info only) mobolalodg­e@gmail.com (bookings)


80 Riverdance Lodge This immaculate lodge with seven luxury rooms is 25 km north-west of Divundu. Their campsite has four stands, each with a bathroom, a power point, picnic table and a braai place: R160 p.p. (max four people). Lodge rooms from R2 700 p.n. for two people DB&B.

00 264 66 258 401 riverdance.com.na

81 Popa Falls Lodge Situated at Popa Falls, just south of Divundu. Ten stands with power: R400 p.n. for four people, R75 per extra person (max eight people). Room from R550 p.p. sharing B&B. Look out for hippos. Day visitors to Popa Falls: R25 per person;

R15 for Namibians. ct.bookings@nwr.com.na nwr.com.na

82 Shametu River Lodge This place is just downstream from Popa Falls. SADC rates for 2021: Camping R175 p.p; chalets, tented chalets and villas from R1 450 p.p. sharing DB&B. The campsites offer seclusion and excellent facilities. Book a game drive to nearby Mahango, or a boat trip – even a mokoro trip to Popa Falls.

00 264 61 237 294

00 264 81 127 4584 www.shameturiv­erlodge.com

83 Rainbow River Lodge

Father-and-son team Deon and Geon de Waal run this lodge, both former Namibian freshwater anglers. It’s on the banks of the Kavango River about 300 m downstream of Popa Falls. The campsite has 11 stands and there are 25 chalets. Camping R190 p.p. for a stand with power, grass and shade. The campsite is on the riverbank. Chalet from R1 940 per night for two people sharing B&B. They have a special until end of November 2021: Camping R145 p.p. Chalets R1 100 p.n. for two people B&B. Lunch and dinner also available. They offer game drives, river cruises and fishing.

00 264 81 124 2633 (Deon)

00 264 00 81 210 6678 (Geon) rainbowriv­erlodgenam­ibia.com

84 Nunda River Lodge This well-run lodge is 7,5 km south of Divundu. The campsite has nine stands with power. Until 31 December 2021 they are offering specials to SADC members: camping R150 p.p. and formal accommodat­ion from only R650 p.p. – including dinner and breakfast! (They might extend the special into 2022 – enquire.) Regular rates for 2021: Camping R170 p.p. En suite Meru tent from R1 035 p.p. sharing B&B; R1 385 DB&B. Bungalows from

R1 180 p.p. sharing B&B. They offer sunset cruises (R295 p.p.), fishing trips, mokoro trips, game drives and birding and cultural walks.

00 264 81 310 1730

00 264 66 259 093 nundaonlin­e.com

85 Ngepi Camp On the banks of the Okavango River, 16 km south of Divundu. Ngepi is our favourite camp in the area. The camp has good river frontage – almost all the campsites have a river view. Ngepi is known for its croc-proof swimming pool in the river, but they also offer game drives, mokoro trips, fishing and excellent birding walks. Camping R180 p.p. (solar power from 10 am until 10 pm), plus R100 per day extra if you want to park your vehicle or trailer on grass. Bush hut R910 p.p. sharing B&B; tree house R1 030 p.p. sharing B&B.

00 264 66 259 903 ngepicamp.com

86 Ndhovu Safari Lodge

Ndhovu is 19 km south of Divundu. They have three campsites: Two with space for four people each; and one for 10 people – R187 p.p. (SADC rate, book via the e-mail address below). Other accommodat­ion (bungalows and tented rooms) from R1 293 p.p, DB&B. The new River Tent Suite floats on the Okavango and sleeps two people – R2 210 p.p. sharing DB&B. 00 264 61 224 712 ndhovu@resdest.com ndhovu.com

87 Mahangu Safari Lodge

About 19 km south of Divundu. The campsite has six stands, all with power. Camping R200 p.p; safari tent R1 280 p.p. sharing DB&B. 00 264 66 259 037 mahangu.com.na

KWANDO RIVER 88 Nambwa Campsite & African Monarch Lodges

African Monarch is the only lodge group with facilities within Bwabwata National Park, along the western bank of the Kwando River. Wild and wonderful Nambwa is one of the all-time classic campsites in Namibia. You need a 4x4 to get here as the access road is deep sand. There are four unfenced campsites (take care, you may encounter elephant or hippo in camp) and an ablution block with hot water. Rates: R250 p.p.

Nambwa is run by African Monarch Lodges – their luxury Nambwa Tented Lodge is next door: from R5 040 p.p. sharing, DB&B. Nambwa Lagoon Camp is nearby: rates from R2 850 p.p. sharing DB&B. Kazile Island Lodge is downstream from Nambwa – you’re taken there by boat and it really feels like you’re in the Okavango Delta. Rates from R3 720 p.p. sharing DB&B. Visit their Sijwa Project where organic vegetables are grown for use in the lodge.

00 264 61 400 510 africanmon­archlodges.com

89 Bush Camp by Camp

Kwando Although operated by Camp Kwando (#94), this campsite is in a different location. It’s accessible from the B8, 5 km west of Kongola, making it a good stopover if you’re just passing through the region. R320 p.p. for a stand with a private bathroom and electricit­y. They offer free Wi-Fi and a swimming pool, plus you can book a river cruise.

00 264 81 149 1435 campkwando.com

90 Mukolo Camp Turn off to this spick-and-span camp from the C49 tar road, about 8,5 km south of Kongola. Owners Hennie and Veronica Köhne will give you personal attention. Their good service and value for money has made Mukolo a firm favourite. There are six self-catering cabins: R650 p.p. (rate to go up on 1 December 2021). Five camping stands, each with a private bathroom and power: R195 p.p. Their river cruises are excellent, and they offer game drives (max three people; bigger groups to use

their own vehicles), fishing and mokoro trips.

00 264 66 25 0408

00 264 81 124 0403

00 264 81 124 7542 mukolocamp.com

91 Mavunje Camp Looking for something different? Come to Mavunje, a camp owned by guide Dan Stephens from Mashi River Safaris. Turn off the C49 about 13 km south of Kongola. There are five stands. Each has its own bathroom, and an awning to eat or cook under when it rains. Camping R270 p.p. Rate includes firewood. Dan offers some of the most unique activities in the area: Book a three- to fourhour river cruise for R530 p.p, or a full-day cruise (recommende­d) for R1 375 p.p. Overnight river trips (wild camping on an island in the Kwando!) and wilderness walks are also available.

00 264 81 461 9608 mashiriver­safaris.com

92 Namushasha River Lodge

About 25 km south of Kongola.

Six campsites, each with a private bathroom and power, R273 p.p. There are also four safari tents, each with four beds, a bathroom and a kitchen – perfect if you like a camping vibe but a bit more luxury. Rate R682 p.p. Chalets from R2 093 p.p. sharing B&B. Have a beer on the deck above the Kwando River, fish, watch birds. It’s part of the Gondwana group. If you don’t mind mid-summer (it gets hot), enquire about discounted low-season rates. 00 264 61 427 200 gondwana-collection.com

93 Sharwimbo River

Camp Take the same turn-off from the C49 as you would for Camp Kwando. Camping (five stands, shared ablutions) R200 p.p. Selfcateri­ng chalets (15 units) from R900 p.p. sharing. Enquire about their 50 % discount that runs until the end of August. Chalet guests can also book to use a fully equipped kitchen and lapa area – price depends on the size of your group. They have a swimming pool for the campsite and another for the chalets. Boat cruise R200 p.p. per hour; game drive to Mudumu National Park

R300 p.p.

00 264 81 124 0489 kwikben@mweb.com.na sharwimbo.com

94 Camp Kwando An excellent lodge and campsite, 30 km south of Kongola. Camping with private bathroom and electricit­y R305 p.p. B&B options: tented chalet from R1 080 p.p. sharing; luxury chalet from R1 605 p.p. sharing. The restaurant serves all meals. They offer boat rides and game drives.

00 264 81 149 1435 campkwando.com

95 Malyo Wilderness

Camp A solid, value-for-money option right on the bank of the Kwando River. Camping R150 p.p. The five self-catering tents (en suite) cost R250 p.p. (no kitchen, bring crockery and cutlery). The turn-off to Malyo is 28 km south of Kongola.

00 264 81 619 5381

(Luc, camp manager)

00 264 81 124 1436 (Deon, bookings and emergency) deon@karambares­ervations.com malyo@caprivi.biz

96 Livingston­e’s Camp Right next to Nkasa Rupara National Park, along the main access road. The five stands look out over part of the Linyanti wetland. Camping with private bathroom: R250 p.p. (special rate for 2021). Rate includes firewood; limited solar power available. They offer guided walks in the adjacent Wuparo Conservanc­y, mokoro trips (seasonal) and game drives into Nkasa Rupara National Park. Also a birder’s paradise.

00 264 81 288 3808 livingston­escamp.com

The camp is just outside the border of Nkasa Rupara National Park. The Kwando River flows into the Linyanti marshes here – from camp, you have a view of the Harubandi channel. There are three twin-sleeper selfcateri­ng units: R980 each per night. One unit sleeps five: R1 700 per night. Camping (seven stands) R200 p.p; no power. (Note: These rates are valid until June 2022.) From Kongola, follow the C49 tar road for 75 km and turn off to Sangwali. Follow the signs for another 10 km.

00 264 66 686 101

00 264 81 486 5268 rupara.com

98 Nkasa Lupala Tented

Lodge This lodge is on the border of the Nkasa Rupara National Park, near the Sisintze office where you pay your park fee (R70 p.p. per day, plus R50 per vehicle). It costs R2 187 p.p. sharing DB&B (two nights or more). There is a 50 % discount for SADC members until December 2021.

00 264 66 686 101 info@nkasalupal­alodge.com nkasalupal­alodge.com


99 Caprivi River Lodge Only 4,5 km east of Katima Mulilo – the lodge gardens are beautiful. SADC rates: en suite double chalet from R1 676 p.n. En suite family room from R1 938 p.n. for three people.

Owners Mary and Keith RookenSmit­h are knowledgea­ble about the area. Meals and Wi-Fi available, and they serve tea to guests (for free) in the afternoon. Nice.

00 264 66 252 288

00 264 81 241 8182 capriviriv­erlodge.com.na

100 Caprivi Houseboat

Safari Lodge About 6 km east of Katima Mulilo and an excellent birding spot. Camping (two stands, each with power) R170 p.p. Glamping unit in tented camp R400 p.p. with private bathroom. Safari tent from R600 p.p. sharing; R700 B&B. Other units from R700 p.p. sharing, or R800 with breakfast. They offer incredible multi-day Zambezi and Chobe river trips. Get six people together for their Zambezi Stop-Over (you sleep out one night), for only R1 100 p.p. (fuel costs not included). 00 264 66 252 287 caprivihou­seboatsafa­ris.com

101 Caprivi Mutoya

Lodge & Campsite A great spot 24 km east of Katima on a tar road. SADC rates: camping (12 stands) R150 p.p; plus R60 per day for a power point. Four budget safari tents (twin-sleepers) R450 p.n. The lodge also has luxury tents (from R700 p.n. for two people) and chalets (from R900 p.n. for two people). Meals are available; some rooms also have self-catering facilities and air conditioni­ng.

00 264 81 287 5438 (Zina) info@caprivimut­oyalodge.com caprivimut­oyalodge.com

102 Zambezi Mubala Lodge

& Camp This spot is 40 km (all tar) east of Katima and one of the best options in the region. The camp part has 10 stands and eight self-catering safari tents (each sleeps four). Camping R273 p.p; safari tents from R682 p.p. sharing. There’s a restaurant, camp shop and swimming pool. The lodge is a few kilometres downstream from the camp. Lodge visitors are transporte­d by boat. Luxury chalet R2 093 p.p. sharing B&B.

00 264 61 427 200 gondwana-collection.com


103 Chobe River Camp The camp is 4 km from the Ngoma border post. Six stands with private ablutions but no power (R247 p.p). Luxury tent chalet from R1 231 p.p. sharing B&B. There’s a swimming pool and a bar.

00 264 61 427 200 gondwana-collection.com

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