Zambezi Region

Formerly known as the Caprivi Strip, the Zambezi Region was renamed in 2014 to reflect the natural ecosystem of this highly fertile strip of land in the very north of Namibia, which branches eastwards to border Angola, Zimbabwe, Zambia, and Botswana. The Chobe, Kwando, Linyanti, and Zambezi Rivers all feed off and into the Zambezi Region making it a wetland paradise full of fantastic birdlife and attracting a broad array of southern Africa’s wildlife species, including elephant, buffalo, lion, roan, kudu, zebra, while populations of sitatunga and red lechwe, while spotted-necked otter, hippo and crocodile inhabit the waterways.

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There are four national parks in the Zambezi Region, and the area is developing to further accommodate tourists who are beginning to visit this remote and untouched area more often. It remains a secretive safari spot where specialised species can be spotted and tranquility can be found. Papyrus swamps, channels, reed beds, ox-bow lakes and tree-covered islands dominate Nkasa Rupara National Park, while dense savannah and mopane woodlands bordering the Kwando River in Mudumu National Park make it a wildlife haven. Popa Game Park is characterised by rushing water on the Okavango River and it is a known hotspot for anglers who come here to chase tiger fish among others. Finally, opposite Popa is Bwabwata, which is a sanctuary to 35 large game species and over 400 birds. Worth a visit indeed!

Accommodation in Zambezi Region

Namushasha Lodge

Namushasha Lodge

Namushasha River Lodge is one of the most captivating lodges in the Zambezi Region, with 24 luxury chalets nestled between the riverine trees and overlooking the hippo-filled Kwando River waters that characterise the region. Join the Caprivians in song and dance at the traditional heritage centre, salute wizened elephant giants in the Bwabwata National Park, and glide through wild waterways. Revel in Namushasha gold.

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Nambwa Tented Lodge

Nambwa Tented Lodge

Nambwa Tented Lodge, the only lodge uniquely situated inside the Bwabwata National Park in the heart of Kavango-Zambezi Transfrontier Area (KAZA), is nestled high amongst majestic trees, honoring the elephants’ right of way below. An authentic walkway joins decadently spacious tented suites, which emanate a feeling of vastness and evoke a gentle balance of serenity. Memorable African experiences take you on foot, by boat, or vehicle, to get up close and personal with some of the biggest herds of elephants that traverse the largest conservation area in Africa.

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