Christmas at the Okavango River

You’re not one for the Crowds, you don’t want to sit and Home, but do want to Get away from it all… Escape to the Wetlands of the Okavango River.

Camp Ndurukoro, in the Divundu area of Caprivi is the perfect place to enjoy a peaceful holiday. Whether you are on your own, or a family, there are lots of activities to enjoy.

Stay in Luxury Self-Catering Chalets, beautifully decorated, with your own, private little Boma and Kitchenette or Permanent Tents.

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Camp on the River bank of the Okavango, surrounded by the sounds of nature. Camping with a real difference, the luxury ablution facilities.

The Lapa has a TV, if you must watch the Game and a bar, of course. Kids can enjoy the swimming pool, while Mom and Dad relax on the sundeck.

Visit the nearby Mahango Game Park in the Bwabwata National Park, with an abundance of Wildlife, lots of Elephants, different antelope species, including the rare Roan antelope and some wetland animals like Hippo and Crocodile.

The area is also a Birdwatchers paradise, with over 300 species of birds, it has been designated an Important Bird Area by BirdLife International. About two thirds of the bird species found in Namibia are located here as it includes both wetland and tropical terrestrial species of birds.

Tiger fishing, for the pro’s or some family fun, an action packed activity.

Enjoy beautiful sunsets on a sunset cruise or book a Boat trip for the day.

Here at Camp Ndurukoro, you can relax from sunrise to sunset, no shops, no traffic, long queues, or waiting for a seat at the restaurant …

Contact your friendly hosts : Leon and Janine at Camp Ndurukoro.  

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