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Namwi Island Campsite & Self-catering

7 Reviews
Sleeps 156 in 46 rooms

Namwi Island is situated about 10 km from Katima Mulilo and lies on the banks of the Zambezi...
Namwi Island is situated about 10 km from Katima Mulilo and lies on the banks of the Zambezi River.

Namwi Island offers comfortable accommodation in chalets and various camping spots. All self-catering chalets are cooled with a fan or with air-conditioning and have private en-suite bathrooms, except the Budget Chalets that share ablution and scullery facilities with the campsites.

The shady campsites are situated on a huge lawn and each site has an electricity point and a braai area. A modern ablution block, equipped with hot water, a scullery and a laundry room is shared. For your convenience, a kiosk is situated on the grounds; it sells ice, braai packs and wood. Please note that there are no credit card facilities, bar or restaurant on the grounds.

Namwi Island is the perfect location for outdoor activities like fishing, canoeing and birdwatching. Guests can also make use of the inviting swimming pool or go on boat- and fishing trips on the mighty Zambezi River. The beautiful sunset cruises will take your breath away.

The natural surroundings, luxury accommodation and many outdoor activities will definitely make your stay with Namwi Island relaxing and memorable.
from R1

Caprivi River Lodge

7 Reviews
Sleeps 28 in 11 rooms

Situated on the banks of the mighty Zambezi River, Caprivi River Lodge invites you to enjoy a relaxing, body and soul experience. With...
Situated on the banks of the mighty Zambezi River, Caprivi River Lodge invites you to enjoy a relaxing, body and soul experience. With beautiful river views under the shade of old indigenous trees, whether you are a business person, tourist, fisherman or avid bird-watcher, the Caprivi River Lodge is the perfect place to relax and unwind.

With numerous National Parks in close proximity, the lodge offers central accommodation enabling easy access to the attractions of this four-countries area, with plenty of exciting options to explore. From the majestic rivers and rich cultural customs to the vibrant reeds swaying alongside, the river's edge is full of life. The Caprivi region is an area steeped in wildlife and tradition and as yet undisturbed by western influences. Caprivi River Lodge is proud to be part of this wetland paradise.

The lodge features a swimming pool, bar and dining facility, while meals are served in the open lapa where one can sit back, relax and enjoy the sunsets over the mighty Zambezi River surrounded by the sounds of nature. Frequent visitors to the lodge include hippo, crocodile, tree squirrels, water monitors, and vervet monkeys. The ever present seasonal bird life includes Schalow's turaco, White-browed robin-chat, bul-bulls and the elusive African finfoot to name just a few. A pair of wood owls and a flock of guinea fowl are also present in the grounds.

Caprivi River Lodge can arrange a wide variety of land and water-based activities including afternoon, day or extended fishing trips, river safaris by boat, birding, walking trails, guided tours into the national parks of Namibia, Botswana and Zambia, tailor-made tours, day trips to the world-renowned Victoria Falls, and day trips to the famous Chobe National Park.
from R650

Island View Lodge

5 Reviews
Sleeps 248 in 39 rooms

Island View Lodge is situated in a sheltered backwater overlooking Kalimbeza Island and is the perfect place to capture the spirit of the...
Island View Lodge is situated in a sheltered backwater overlooking Kalimbeza Island and is the perfect place to capture the spirit of the Caprivi, with it's natural unspoilt beauty, magnificent sunsets, and spectacular riverine scenery. Accommodation at the lodge is provided in comfortable, rustic thatched roofed bungalows, each with it's own self-catering kitchen and freezing facilities. All units are serviced daily and guests have a choice of bed and breakfast, full board, semi-full board or self-catering accommodation.

The campsite overlooks a wide expanse of river and consists of 24 sites which can accommodate a minimum of two and a maximum of eight people per campsite. Trees offer campers a shady canopy under which to erect their tents and barbecue facilities are provided at each site, with electric plug points available at a nominal fee. Ladies and gents hot-water ablution facilities and a communal kitchen are also in close proximity.

Visitors who do not wish to do their own cooking can enjoy a hearty home-cooked meal, served around the fire at our dining lapa. Relax with a refreshing drink at the Way-Inn Bar, where anglers meet to discuss the day's events. Darts and pool are popular activities enjoyed by guests, and the bar stocks a variety of wine, beers, spirits, and cool drinks. DStv is also available in the lounge. The swimming pool is ideally situated near large, shady indigenous trees and green lawns, and offers visitors the perfect locality to relax and enjoy the natural beauty of the area.

Island View Lodge is well-known for the trophy-size Tigerfish and various bream species which are caught by conventional fishing methods, as well as on fly. Tigerfish angling can be enjoyed throughout the year and bream angling from late May to the end of December. Island View is host to the International Zambezi Classic Open angling challenge - the single biggest angling competition in Southern Central Africa.

Our well-maintained fleet of boats can be hired on an hourly, half-day, or full day basis. All boats are hired with an experienced professional guide to assist and advise on the best angling method, bait selection, and locations to fish. The diverse ecology of North East Caprivi region, consisting of vast floodplains, riverine vegetation, grasslands, and savannah woodlands, is host to a large variety of birdlife which are endemic to these habitats. Birding enthusiasts visiting Island View Lodge can expect to see a large number of species in the immediate vicinity of the lodge. In close proximity to three other countries, day or overnight excursions can also be arranged to Chobe Game Reserve, Victoria Falls and Livingstone.
from R225

Livingstone's Camp

Sleeps 50 in 5 rooms

Livingstone’s Camp borders the Mamili National Park and offers five private campsites with clean updates facilities. The camp sites all...
Livingstone’s Camp borders the Mamili National Park and offers five private campsites with clean updates facilities. The camp sites all have views of the Linyanti wetland with its abundance of birdlife and wildlife.

The campsites are set under the trees, each with a private ablution block and views of the river. The thatched-roof ablutions include hot running water, a shower and toilet.

Guest can book a number of activities including Mokoro safaris, as well as guided walking and game drive safaris. The camp is easily accessible by 4X4 vehicles, and is perfect for the nature lovers and photographers.
from R500

Kalizo Lodge

Sleeps 34 in 12 rooms

Kalizo Lodge is under new ownership and management since January 2013.

Nestled among the Acacias and Jackleberry’s, along the...
Kalizo Lodge is under new ownership and management since January 2013.

Nestled among the Acacias and Jackleberry’s, along the lush banks of the mighty Zambezi, lies a small paradise, a home away from home, where you can truly return to nature and enjoy the opportunity to completely unwind whilst indulging in all the African bush has to offer.

Kalizo Lodge, meaning place of safety, is indeed a tranquil safe haven. Conveniently situated 40 km from Katima Mullilo and a few hours from the famous Victoria Falls, Chobe Game Reserve and other National parks, it is undeniably the heart of any great adventure.

Kalizo Lodge is a getaway for the whole family and offers much that can be enjoyed by all. Some of the activities that keep enticing visitors to return include, world-class river fishing, birding and photography as well as boating and game viewing.

Accommodation at the lodge is either in Luxury Tents, Family Units and Campsites.

Activities include guided birding and fishing trips, photographic safaris, day and overnight trips to Chobe National Park, Victoria Falls and various Caprivi Game Parks as well as boat hire from small speed boats to large pontoons for the whole family.

Sir Oasis of the River, our largest pontoon boat (max 25 people) is also recommended, and these cruises are tailor-made to suit individual requirements.

Bird watching and photography are all year round pursuits, and a large breeding colony of carmine bee-eaters can be viewed from the river, from mid-August to late November. Between April and December, the magnificent African skimmers are a familiar sight, and a leisurely boat cruise will reveal the ever-present fish eagle, herons, kingfishers and coppery tailed coucals.

Kalizo has the best tiger and bream fishing on the river. The lodge's well-equipped boats, with rods and fishing tackle, not to mention their experienced guides, will accompany their guests to the best fishing locations on the river.
from R1360

Malyo Wilderness Camp

5 Reviews
Sleeps 88 in 44 rooms

Malyo Wilderness Camp nestles on the bank of the Kwando River in one of the permanent channels. Located between permanent water and...
Malyo Wilderness Camp nestles on the bank of the Kwando River in one of the permanent channels. Located between permanent water and grass-swept plains, we take pride in our commitment to tread lightly on the earth. The result is an organic architecture that blends seamlessly with one of the most breathtaking landscapes in Namibia.

Malyo Wilderness Camp is rewarding, both spiritually and physically and again reinforcing the knowledge in mind. A region that must be preserved at all costs for future generations. The whole area around Malyo is fertile and largely undeveloped, with lush riverine ecosystems supporting abundant game and bird life, with the Mudumu National Park just minutes away.

We can accommodate 50 guests at our campsite with clean ablution facilities. We allow all types of tents and caravans are also welcome. There are no refrigeration facilities. We do supply some light for the showers and toilets, but discourage the use of generators at night.

Lizauli Traditional Village is just north of Malyo and will give you insight into the traditional ways of the Mafwe and Mbukushu people, which this part of the land belongs to. Enjoy traditional musical instruments and dancing, with many mementos to buy from the curio shop.

With myriad fish species, including the fine-toothed squeaker, African pike, infamous tiger and nembwe, angling from Malyo's powerboat is an enjoyable excursion. Malyo is surrounded by an abundant array of wildlife throughout the year, leaving guests enchanted by the changing moods of the Kwando River with its channels, lagoons, shallow wetlands and floodplains.
from R180
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    Accommodation near Caprivi Strip

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    Namushasha River Lodge on the banks of the Kwando River, opposite the West Caprivi Game Park,...
    Namushasha River Lodge on the banks of the Kwando River, opposite the West Caprivi Game Park, offers you, the visitor, an unique experience in Namibia's sub-tropical region - the Caprivi.
    from R2337
    Sleeps 42 in 20 rooms

    51.79km from Caprivi Strip

    6 Reviews

    Built on the banks of one of the many channels of the Kwando–Linyanti river system, this unique...
    Built on the banks of one of the many channels of the Kwando–Linyanti river system, this unique Namibian wetland paradise in the eastern Caprivi Region.
    from R3630
    Sleeps 22 in 10 rooms

    106.10km from Caprivi Strip

    Camp Kwando

    from R280
    Nestled on the banks of the Kwando River in the Eastern Caprivi, Camp Kwando invites you to come...
    Nestled on the banks of the Kwando River in the Eastern Caprivi, Camp Kwando invites you to come and explore the beautiful treasures of an untamed land. We offer various accommodation types such as Island Tents, Camp Sites and Tree Houses.
    from R280
    Sleeps 89 in 32 rooms

    56.65km from Caprivi Strip

    4 Reviews

    Just one and a half hours west of Selinda main camp, Selinda Explorers Camp is poised in a remote,...
    Just one and a half hours west of Selinda main camp, Selinda Explorers Camp is poised in a remote, treasured location on the famous Selinda Spillway. As the lifeline of the Selinda Reserve, the Selinda Spillway is a crucial gathering point for the wildlife of this pristine 320,000-acre reserve.
    from R21798
    Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

    106.47km from Caprivi Strip

    Selinda Camp

    from R41689
    Selinda Camp rests on the banks of the eastern Selinda Spillway in the 320,000-acre Selinda Reserve...
    Selinda Camp rests on the banks of the eastern Selinda Spillway in the 320,000-acre Selinda Reserve of northern Botswana. Completely rebuilt in 2007, Selinda Camp is a relaxed, yet luxurious tented safari camp and has established itself as one of the gems in the region with a harmonious blend of a classic tented bush camp interwoven with contemporary amenities.
    from R41689
    Sleeps 18 in 9 rooms

    106.49km from Caprivi Strip

    Lianshulu Lodge

    from R5950
    Lianshulu Lodge in located the east Caprivi overlooking the Kwando River, and is situated on a...
    Lianshulu Lodge in located the east Caprivi overlooking the Kwando River, and is situated on a private concession inside the Mudumu National Park of Namibia.
    from R5950
    Sleeps 39 in 10 rooms

    66.65km from Caprivi Strip

    Lianshulu Bush Lodge is the ‘smaller sister’ of Lianshulu Lodge, and is situated on a private...
    Lianshulu Bush Lodge is the ‘smaller sister’ of Lianshulu Lodge, and is situated on a private concession inside the Mudumu National Park, in the east Caprivi, overlooking the Kwando River.
    from R3670
    Sleeps 16 in 8 rooms

    67.74km from Caprivi Strip

    Susuwe Lodge

    from R7370
    Susuwe Island Lodge offers guests the opportunity to closely experience a wild and untouched island...
    Susuwe Island Lodge offers guests the opportunity to closely experience a wild and untouched island of Africa. Situated in north-eastern Namibia, our island is on the remote Kwando River, a permanent water source which nourishes delicate ecosystems and sustains varied game and bird life.
    from R7370
    Sleeps 24 in 6 rooms

    52.23km from Caprivi Strip

    Livingstone's Camp

    from R500
    Livingstone’s Camp borders the Mamili National Park and offers five private campsites with clean...
    Livingstone’s Camp borders the Mamili National Park and offers five private campsites with clean updates facilities. The camp sites all have views of the Linyanti wetland with its abundance of birdlife and wildlife.
    from R500
    Sleeps 50 in 5 rooms

    102.47km from Caprivi Strip

    Motswiri Camp

    from R22207
    Motswiri is a small and personal camp, stylishly and comfortably rebuilt in 2010. It meets the...
    Motswiri is a small and personal camp, stylishly and comfortably rebuilt in 2010. It meets the latest, exacting environmental standards and is largely solar powered.
    from R22207
    Sleeps 15 in 5 rooms

    104.94km from Caprivi Strip

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