Found on the south bank of the Okavango River

Camp-sites are self-catering, communal ablution blocks, 8 electricity power points, restaurant meals available for campers and also other activities offered at the lodge. (subject to availability) We have adapted the Standard Operating Procedures for all our service Centers and lodges in line with the Government of Namibia’s instructions to the tourism industry. We want to ensure the safest possible environment for our guests and employees whilst offering a comfortable, unforgettable Namibian experience. COVID-19 travel and specific testing requirements for your destination and airlines are regularly updated. Please check frequently with all relevant sources to ensure that you have the information on the latest COVID-19 travel and specific testing requirements for your destination and departure countries, including any stop overs for connecting flights.

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Best time to go to Kavango Region

This region boasts a tropical climate with high temperatures, especially in mid-summer. From December to March, rains are frequent and during this time, the region is the wettest in Namibia, making the roads coming from the mainland inaccessible. Game viewing is best during drier months, from July to October when vegetation is less dense and waterholes have more animal activity.


Camping Sites

The camp sites are located under shady trees on grass.Each camp site has a power point, a barbeque and there are communal ablutions blocks and washing up areas. Campers are welcome to make use of the lodge facilities. Wi-Fi (100 MB free) public areas.

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