An intimate safari camp found along the backwaters of the Kwando River
As one of the few lodges uniquely situated inside Bwabwata National Park, Nambwa Lagoon Camp offers 5 Meru-style tents set along the backwaters of the Kwando River with views across the vast floodplains that surround the area. Look out for the large herds of elephants that frequent the camp in pursuit of the camel thorn trees. Lions, wild dogs, leopards, and rare roan and sable antelopes can be spotted too! Furthermore, the area around Nambwa is well known by birders for boasting over 300 bird species. Set in the 300.000 ha Mayuni Conservancy, guests can delight in safari activities like game drives, bush walks, cultural village visits, bush breakfasts, and water-level dependent boat cruises.
Best time to go to Bwabwata National Park
The Bwabwata National Park has a sub-tropical climate, contributing to hot and humid summers. The best time for game viewing is from April to September, when the weather is also the most pleasant. Between November and March is the wet season, where heavy rainfall is frequent. The average rainfall is 550–600 mm per year, which makes it the wettest region in Namibia!
The 5 Meru-style Tents can accommodate a total of 10 people, 2 per unit, with twin beds and en-suite bathrooms with showers. Built on wooden platforms, these tents have viewing decks with beautiful river and floodplain sights.