The Caprivi is considered to many as Namibia’s Garden of Eden. Lush woodland forests, wetlands, rivers and deltas all form part of this unique and beautiful eco system.
Here we have access to three of the best hunting concessions in the eastern Caprivi, namely Salambala, Kabulabula and Lusese.
Two of the concessions are situated on the banks of the Chobe River and neighbors the Chobe National Park in Botswana. The northeastern region plays host to a variety of both plains and big game species as well as an abundance of bird life.
Elephants, Cape buffalo, Nile crocodile and hippopotamus are spread out in large numbers.
Plains game species that can be hunted here are the Burchell’s zebra, Greater kudu, common impala, black wildebeest, spotted hyena and lechwe.
Huge camelthorn, mopane and leadwood forests shade the camps. Access to the Caprivi is by domestic flight from Windhoek or by private charter to Katima Mulilo.
Caprivi Camp Facts
- Size303,000 acres
- TerrainFloodplains, wetlands, deltas and woodland forests
- AccessibilityDomestic or charter flights to Katima Mulilo Airport (MPA)
- AccommodationPermanent canvas tents, en-suite bathrooms, electricity and laundry service
- Malaria Area