Head to the meeting place of four African countries – Namibia, Botswana, Zambia and Zimbabwe meet at the narrow Caprivi Strip. Enjoy wide open spaces, fantastic wildlife and breath-taking scenery.
4 perennial rivers are a constant flow, namely the Zambezi, Kwando, Chobe and Linyantiflow in the Caprivi. See some of the best wildlife in Africa a 5 different reserves. Big 5 viewing at Popa Falls Reserve, Mahango National Park, Bwabwata National Park, Mudumu National Park andMamili National Park – all joining in the Caprivi. More than 600 bird species and abundant wildlife, flowers and trees. A fascinating area with a colourful history and an interesting combination of swamps, rivers, woodland and forests. Living in the region, there are 6 ethnic tribes all speaking Lozi, a Zambian language. Buy fresh fruit from makeshift stalls and feel very welcome.
The Caprivi Strip is an unusual corridor that stands out from the rest of Namibia, stretching along 450km from Rundu west to KatimoMulilo in Zambia and Chobe in Botswana. In 1884 Germany annexed the then South West Africa. In 1890 Britain agreed to slice off the Caprivi corridor from Botswana for Germany, in exchange for Zanzibar Island.
View incredible game including hippo, sable, waterbuck, crocodiles, reedbuck and buffalo.