This 5 day Premier Fly-in Chobe & Zambezi Queen Package for honeymooners is the ultimate in African romance. With lovers and romantics in mind...more
Chobe Savanna Lodge offers guests sweeping Chobe River views, excellent game viewing and tranquility in the East Caprivi, Namibia....more
The 3 day Classic Chobe Floodplains Safari package takes you to the Namibian banks of the Chobe River, adjacent to the far northern section of Chobe...more
Kaza Safari Lodge lies at the meeting place of two mighty African rivers; the Chobe and the Zambezi. Waterways are waiting to be explored on river safari cruises....more
This 4 Day Classic Fly-in Chobe, Africa Island Package offers an island oasis in one of the most beautiful corners of Africa where 2 legendary rivers...more
This 5 day Classic Fly-in Chobe and Houseboat Experience provides an African getaway with a difference. The classic safari combines with a houseboat...more
Northern Namibia stretched from the sparsely populated Kunene Region in the west across the region of Owambo to the far north east with densely populated communities. This Northern Region can be divided into the central area of Ovamboland and Etosha National Park, the north western area of Damaraland and Kaokoland and the north eastern area of the Caprivi, Okavango and Bushmanland. The Caprivi Strip, which changed its name to Namibia’s Zambezi Region in 2013, is 450 km long, the countries most tropical region and home to the Ovambo, Namibia’s largest ethnic group.
Namibia has six permanent rivers of which the Chobe, Kwando, Okavango and Zambezi flows along and through the Zambezi Region (Caprivi Strip). It is rich in wildlife and has mineral resources. Parks found in this Northern Region of Namibia are the Bwabwata National Park, Nkasa Rupara National Park, Mamili National Park, Mahango National Park and the Mudumu national Park. The Zambezi region is a fascinating area with an interesting combination of swamps, woodlands, forests and rivers. Because of the abundance of water, the regions is home to four of the Big Five, a variety of flora and 600 species of birds.
There are excellent game lodges overlooking the rivers and offers easy access to Zimbabwe and Botswana. You can also sleep in luxury tree houses, island tents or at campsites.Activities are offered by the different accommodation establishments which consists of game drives, game walks, hiking, fishing , boating and mokoroing. See Botswana safaris to Caprivi in northern Namibia.