All Comments for Namushasha River Lodge

Reviews 6 of 6
Martinus & Maria OP DEN KELDER-VANDEN BORRE, Belgium - 15 August 2014
big rooms with fridge (but room smels musty); delicious dinner; fine morning boat trip with breakfast
Nice area, good service, unique
BASTIAN BRIGITTE, France - 13 August 2013
We passed two days in the lodge. The area is quite unique. Good service, quite interesting game drive where you are far from everything. Nice restaurant and rooms are so far OK.
Elvera Viljoen, South Africa - 22 June 2013
River view from our room, boat trip and food were very good. We enjoyed our stay very much.
Bob Forbes, South Africa - 02 June 2013
Sadly, we were slightly disappointed with NRL which we had anticipated to be on a par with Chobe Safari Lodge. The accommodation just did not impress us as we found the chalet rather sparsely furnished and the patio furnishings unattractive and uncomfortable.
Highly recommend this lodge
Ric Dunford, Australia - 28 September 2012
Our two night stay was very pleasant, the staff were very friendly, with good service and excellent food. We would recommend this lodge to anyone travelling through the Caprivi. Thank you Anna and Leive.
Absolute bliss
Alain & Lone Dagut, France - 02 April 2008
A very beautiful lodge, decorated with taste. Sitting on the terrace overlooking the river at sunset, with a cool drink in the hand, absolute bliss, heaven on earth. We shall return if possible.

Namushasha River Lodge
24 kilometres south of Kongola in the East Caprivi. A luxury bush lodge with 27 luxury en-suite bungalows. All bungalows fitted with mosquito nets. Situated on the banks of the Kwando River, overlooking a tranquil hippo pool, with over 300 recorded bird species in abundance

Namushasha River Lodge is situated on the banks of the Kwando River, opposite the West Caprivi Game Park, in Namibia's sub-tropical Caprivi region. Namushasha River Lodge is 3 hours flight from Windhoek. The West Caprivi Game Park is three minutes away by boat or thirty km by vehicle.Fly-In, Safari Lodge, Wildlife, Game Drives, Safari, Self Drive, Walking /Hiking, Canoeing, Fishing, Photography, Birding, Game Cruise

Photograph rare animals to Namibia such as hippo, sable antelope, lechwe, tsessebe and buffalo, to name a few, or feel the wild African night on the spotlight-rides by boat or vehicle to observe crocodiles and nocturnal animals at close quarters. Enjoy boat trips and fishing; bird watching (over 400 species recorded); guided game drives and walks. Children over 12 welcome.