There's a wide choice of accommodation in the Kavango & Zambezi Region, mostly waterfront lodges along the many watercourses than intersect this tropical area.
The region is home to 450 animal species, including large elephant herds, making this a popular game viewing destination. There are several national parks in the area; Bwabwata, Mamili and Mudumu. Wildlife passes freely across the border to Chobe National Park. The area is also a hot birding spot with almost 70% of Namibia's species recorded.
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Chobe Savanna Lodge is a luxury establishment overlooking the Chobe River in Namibia's Eastern Caprivi. The lodge offers spectacular views of the Chobe River and the vast floodplains of the Chobe National Park's puku flats, with its abundance of wildlife.
Namushasha is one of those special places that leaves you wishing you could stay longer and once you have, wanting to return. The viewing decks and all of the chalets look out over the remote Kwando River, where hippo, elephant, buffalo and a multitude of birds gather. This riverside lodge emerges as the highlight of many a safari in the Caprivi region.