East of Bwabwata, Mudumu National Park is a 737 km2 park bordered on its western side by the Kwando River. Its mopane woodlands and dense savannahs are a haven for various animal species and a few exceptional bird species.
Mudumu National Park is a 737 km2 park east of Bwabwata National Park, centred on the Mudumu Mulapo fossil river course, and bordered to the west by the Kwando River. Mudumu is a paradise of mopane woodlands and dense savannahs and home to a wide range of wildlife species. This is also a fantastic place to bird watch, as many beautiful and rare birds can be found in this area.
Go for a game drive, looking out for sitatungas, red lechwes, elephants and buffalos.
Take a boat cruise, getting up close and personal with some hippos and crocs.
Keep your eyes peeled for the rare Wattled Crane and Lesser Jacana.
Toast the sun on a sundowner cruise.
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Best time to go to Mudumu National Park
The best time to visit Mudumu is in the winter months or dry season, which is from around March to September, and is when the chance of rain is low while the temperatures are mild. Summer months can be extremely hot and humid.
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Explore the treasures of an untamed land along the banks of the Kwando River