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Camp Kwando

Camp Kwando

Mudumu & Nkasa Lupala National Park, Namibia

Camp Kwando is situated on the banks of the Kwando River surrounded by riverine forest and open woodland.

The main lodge consists of two spacious thatched areas housing a dining room, living room with big leather sofas and lots of books and bar overlooking the Kwando River. Outside a big deck overlooking the river is ideal for relaxing or enjoying lunch above the water. There is also a good sized pool.

The camp has three tree-houses and ten thatched chalets. The chalets are more rustic than the tree-houses but still very comfortable; each has a large bed with crisp white linen, en suite bathroom and private balcony overlooking the river.

The tree-houses are slightly further away from camp than the chalets and all overlook the river. They are built on stilts and simple but elegant with polished wooden floors, four-poster beds, large en suite bathrooms and private balconies.


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      Nkasa Lupala Tented Lodge


      The lodge consists of ten luxury tents elevated on stilts. One of the lodge's main draws is the large population of the park's wildlife which roams freely around the unfenced lodge surroundings, through the floodplain, savannah and woodland habitat.

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