Zambezi Mubala Camp is set beautifully under tall, shady trees, overlooking the banks of the mighty Zambezi River. It is a short distance from the larger and more luxurious Zambezi Mubala Lodge, both approximately 40kms east of Katima Mulilo. Self-drive tourists to Namibia who wish to add a bit of adventure to their itinerary should stay here for a couple of nights on the northern leg of their Namibian holiday in rustic but comfortable, fully-equipped self catering tents.
As you might expect from such an excellent riverside location, fishing, boating, wildlife viewing and birding rate highly on many a tourist's itinerary. Game sightings are frequent and guests will experience first-rate guiding on every activity. This camp is also ideally positioned for those on the way to or from Kasane, Victoria Falls and Livingstone, not to mention Botswana's top tourist destinations Chobe NP, Moremi GR and the world-famous Okavango Delta.
Wine and dine in the camp's a la carte restaurant and bar. The riverbank provides a peaceful and idyllic setting, which enhances your Gondwana dining experience. Expect tasty, yet fairly simple breakfasts and main meals. Escape from the hot afternoon sunshine with a dip in the inviting pool. In the evening gather round the fire-pit with fellow guests to exchange your travel and wildlife stories and sightings. Braai packs and firewood are also available at reception. A laundry service is available. Mobile connectivity allows the camp's guests to keep in touch with loved ones at home.
Guests stay in 8 Safari Tents: Each one is equipped with en-suite bathrooms and 4 beds with overhead mosquito nets. The self-catering kitchens offer an alternative to the restaurant for guests who wish to prepare their own meals. Enjoy a refreshing sundowner as the beautiful Namibian sunsets on your private verandah, whilst savoring the tranquil river atmosphere.
The region is home to colourful carmine bee-eaters. Colony's that congregate on the riverbanks are some of the largest in seen in all of southern Africa. They are just one of over 450 species of birdlife that have been recorded here. Pel's owl, rock pratincole, African skimmers and Pygmy geese can also be observed.
A variety of activities are offered:
Zambezi Mubala Camp is a fishermen's paradise. Join a guided fishing trip and catch species such as catfish, tilapia, nambwe and tigerfish. All fishing is done on a catch and release basis.
Experience the water world of the Zambezi River on one of our relaxing boat cruises, ideal for birding/photography enthusiasts. Enjoy a guided walk to the bird colonies or explore the beautiful surround of the Lodge in your own time with minimal effort on an electric mountain bike.
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On the Kwando River, perfectly situated to visit the Nkasa Rupara (Mamili) & Mudumu Reserves.
Just outside the town of Katima Mulilo lies this small river front lodge. The accommodation is rustic with open fronted bungalows overlooking the river.
Explore the Chobe & Zambezi Rivers on an adventurous houseboat holiday. Certainly one of the most enjoyable and relaxing ways of exploring the waterways of this area.
Part of the Zambezi Queen collection these three smaller houseboats operate on the Chobe River.
This unique tented camp offers the experience of a lifetime. Each chalet is built on elevated stilts to accommodate the seasonal flooding of the great Chobe River, the natural border between the Camp and the Chobe National Park in Botswana. Home to a seasonal large animal migration, this is the wildlife enthusiast’s dream. Take a boating opportunity to glide through the waters, entering the wonderland that is the Zambezi. Guests have the opportunity to float along the river on a boat cruise and see the wildlife in the Chobe National Park. And evenings are spent in laughter and good spirits around a warm boma fire.
Overlooking the Chobe River and Botswana's Chobe National Park, this boutique hotel offers an excellent opportunity to experience all the wildlife and activities the Chobe Region has to offer.
Within the Chobe National Park lies the fascinating game rich Savuti area. Ghoha Hills Savuti Lodge is ideally positioned on the edges of the Ghoha Hills overlooking the Savuti Plains.
One of the best lodges in this area has accommodation in both traditional land based units as well as on two houseboats.
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.
Jackalberry Camp is situated in an exclusive concession inside the Nkasa Rupara NP (Mamili) situated 150km west of Katima Mulilo in the Zambezi Region (Caprivi) of Northen Namibia.
This lodge is located at the only place in the world where four countries meet. It is a wonderful Chobe destination with eight luxury chalets.
Situated in the Mudumu National Park this is one of the east Zambezi Region's most popular lodges.
Nambwa Tented Lodge is within the heart of KAZA and the only lodge uniquely situated inside the Bwabwata National Park
Settled along the banks of the Kwando River, each tented unit can sleep four people in comfortable beds. With en suite bathroom and a fully equipped kitchen, this is an iconic way to experience the Zambezi Region. Elephants, hippos and a myriad of bird species will keep you company amongst waterlilies and the African bush. Spend your evenings around a campfire with the sounds of the Kwando to keep you company. Or visit the lodge a short walk away to enjoy a dining experience of plunge in the pool. In addition, game drives and boat cruises are also available to guests – unless they wish to experience the mighty Bwabwata as a self-drive experience.
The Zambezi Region – Namibia’s Best Kept Secret Along the banks of the majestic Kwando River lies a thatched kingdom. Views stretch across the marshlands of the Bwabwata National Park, as a xylophone of sounds lead the sun to the western horizon and dancing hippos welcome it at dawn. Namushasha River Lodge is home to abundance. The thatch-roofed chalets peak out from between the thick trees, with the slow flow of the Kwando below. Game drives in the Bwabwata National Park where elephant, hippo, and buffalo reside. Or view the wild wonders from the river with a scenic cruise. Discover the wealth the river holds.
The abundance of the Kwando River flows into this intimate setting. Anchored in its own channel along the river, this floating Villa offers an escape like no other. Guests are ferried to the location from Namushasha River Lodge, via a private game drive through the Bwabwata National Park. The entire Villa is equipped to cater to every need. With a selection of snacks, pastries, condiments and more, as well as a wide range of wine, whiskeys and gins – guests will have everything they need. As the sun sets, a crackling fire dances in the fire pit on the terrace. Every evening is spent in blissful peace as your only company is the abundant wildlife moving along the banks of the river.
Nogatsaa Pans Chobe Lodge is in the heart of Chobe National Park with some of the best game viewing right on the doorstep.
A small luxurious houseboat, offers awesome game viewing, bird watching & fishing experiences on the Chobe & Zambezi Rivers.
Sharwimbo River Camp is elevated high on the banks of the Kwando river
Explorers Village offers the modern pioneer a perfect haven from which to investigate Victoria Falls
In the Bwabwata National Park this is a perfect land and water camp with six luxury suites, each with private plunge pool.
Criss-crossed with riverine lifelines, the expansive Zambezi grasslands and floodplains are as unexpected as they are bountiful. This is a place of natural splendour. Home to one of the largest colonies of Carmine Bee Eaters, there is no shortage of colour here. The lodge can only be reached by boat, via the Zambezi Mubala Camp, and offers pristine views of the Zambezi River and Zambia beyond. Guests can enjoy sitting by the poolside or joining a sunset boat cruise to end the day in style. Between August and March each year the bee-eaters arrive in full flourish. This is the ideal location for a peaceful zen-breakaway
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In the far eastern Caprivi this lodge offers lots of water based activities on both the Chobe & Zambezi Rivers.
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