A short walk upstream from the spectacular Epupa Falls

After a dusty drive of earthy colours with several baobabs marking the way, the verdant green band of makalanis comes into view and the small Kunene River oasis. Campsites on the riverbank are among the greatest places to set up tents, take out chairs and a good book and be lulled by the gentle river song. 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. https://gondwana-collection.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Gondwana_Health-and-Safety-Measures.pdf 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 Epupa Falls

Epupa Falls is a great place to visit anytime during the year. As Namibia is in the Southern Hemisphere, the region experiences spring and summer from September to March, which then leads into autumn and winter spanning till August. The best time to visit Epupa Falls is between May and October when the weather is moderate and rains are scarce. However, after the rainy season in April and May the region is notably beautiful with lush vegetation and a rushing river.




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