Affordable luxury at Mudumu National Park in the Zambezi Region or Caprivi Strip of Namibia










TEL: +27 (0) 21 855 0395

GPS 18 025.46S, 23 19 29.2E

Children 0 - 6 years of age pay half-price


Kwando Camp is just outside the famous Mudumu National Park in the Zambezi Region (previously called the Caprivi Strip). This luxury camp offers spectacular views over the Kwando River. They offer game drives and game cruises on the Kwando River and in the Mamili and Mudumu National Park.

RECEPTION: You will be greeted at the spacious welcoming reception area when arriving at Kwando Camp. While checking in, spend a few moments visiting the curio shop which boasts an interesting range of local arts and crafts.

ISLAND TENTS: The island accommodates eight thatched tents, each one with two beds. Each bed is equipped with a mosquito net. Built on poles with a terrace overlooking the river, these bungalows will allow you to do some fishing from the deck.

The thatched roofs guarantee a good thermal regulation i.e. not too hot in summer and not too cold in winter. Each tent has an en-suite bathroom with a shower, toilet and washbasin with hot and cold water. These open sky bathrooms allow you to enjoy nature. Electricity is provided at key times by a generator. Lighting in the bathrooms is by paraffin lights.

TREE HOUSES: Three larger thatched bungalows are also available on higher ground. They are built on high poles and built of wood and canvas. Conveniently placed among the trees, they allow for an incredible view of the Botswana plains.

Each bungalow has a large stylishly appointed bedroom, a large en-suite bathroom as well as an expansive terrace.

CAMPSITE: Situated between the main building and the island, this area is shaded by trees to provide relief from the heat during the hotter hours of the day. It allows for approximately ten camping sites on carefully maintained lawns. The facilities provide showers, toilets and washbasins as well as laundry facilities. Hot and cold water is available.

The swimming pool is near the campsite.




Kwando Camp in the Caprivi or Zambezi Region is proudly associated with other lodges in Namibia. Our countries favoured and largest National Park, Etosha is within a days drive. It will take you two day's to drive from Kwando Camp to Damaraland and Kaokoland. Here, next to the famous Vingerklip, you will find the Vingerklip Lodge, an upmarket place and the nearest lodge to the magnificent Vingerklip Rock. From Damaralnd you will most likely visit the coast where Swakopmund offer a variety of accommodation such as hotels and self-catering accommodation.Further south is Canyon Lodge near the Fish River Canyon. This is the world's second largest canyon after the Grand Canyon. If you are traveling to South Africa you must consider at least one night at the Quivertree Forest Rest Camp at Keetmanshoop. If you drive there from Kwando Camp you will most likely overnight at Otjiwarongo before you continue to Keetmanshoop. The Caprivi or Zambezi region is isolated with minimum flights to the region. You can hire a vehicle in Johannesburg South Africa from Johannesburg 4x4 Hire to drive to the Caprivi.


Britstown Transkaroo Lodge offers luxury and affordable accommodation in Britstown in the Great Karoo and Northern Cape Province of South Africa.
Hakuna Mutata Guesthouse is in Koffiefontein in the Free State Province of South Africa.  This is the best accommodation in this mining town.
Merino Inn Hotel in Colesberg is a hotel in this Northern Cape Town in South Africa.  The Merino Inn is on the N1 highway between Cape Town and Johannesburg and between Johannesburg and Port Elizabeth.


From Kwando Camp it will take you no more than 3 hours to get to the Chobe National Park where you need to stay at least two nights. Stay at The Big 5 Chobe (Toro) Lodge and enjoy game drives in the Chobe National Park and at least one cruise on the Chobe River.

You can decide to go straight from Kwando Camp to the Okavango Delta for a Safari of a lifetime. There are very good lodges in the Okavango Delta, Savute and Moremi. After your visit to the Okavango you can easily drive in a day to Francistown. In Francistown you can overnight at Woodlands Stop Over self-catering accommodation or the Marang Gardens Hotel which is known for its lovely gardens.


A logical next stop after your time at Kwando Camp would be a visit to Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe. At Victoria Falls there is a wide selection of hotels. We recommend the A'Zambezi River Lodge which is a few kilometres upstream on the banks of the Zambezi or you can stay at Ilala Lodge which is a boutique hotel and the nearest hotel to the Falls.