Creeping Foxgloves (Asystasia gangetica) are an attractive ground cover plant that belongs to the subfamily Acanthaceae. They can be found in the forest and woodland in the Zambezi Region (formerly the Caprivi Strip).
Their dark-green foliage is adorned with large numbers of small sweet-smelling creamy-white foxglove-looking flowers which have distinctive purple markings. Flowering time is in the spring and summer time. The larvae of the Common Mother-of-Pearl and Eyed Pansy are attracted to this plant. The leaves can also be eaten as spinach.
Caprivi Mutoya Lodge offers an ideal base to day trip into some of the Zambezi Regions most well-known national parks and a famous world heritage site.
A four room private camp set inside the Nkasa Rupara National Park. A remote and private location in Namibia's least visited hidden gems of a game park makes this a must visit lodge. The lodge can also be booked for exclusive use on a self catering basis
A self catering family oriented lodge which offers excellent fishing opportunities