Namibia :: Zambezi (Caprivi)
:: Kongola Area
Category: Camping :: Camping
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Nambwa Camp in Bwabwata National Park (the former Caprivi Game Park) is on an island in the Kwando River wetlands offering overnight accommodation with opportunities to visit various sights, such as the Kwando River Monument, Strangler Fig Tree, Horseshoe Wetland and a variety of wildlife such as elephants and hippos and crocodiles.
Nambwa Campsite consists out of four private campsites located on the banks of the Kwando River.
Campsite 1 and 2 offers running water at site, braai Area with grid and a maximum 8 persons and maximum 4 Vehicles allowed. Campsite 3 offers running water at site, braai Area with grid, maximum 10 persons and maximum 5 Vehicles allowed, campsite 4 offers running water at site, braai Area with grid, maximum 4 persons and maximum 2 Vehicles.
The dense and abundant Mangosteen, Knobthorn, Acacia and Leadwood tree canopies provide ample shade and the spacious views over the opposite wildlife rich floodplains values the viewing experience. Each campsite has a built in braai area and running water is also provided. The ablution facilities have separate shower and toilet sections. There are also facilities for doing laundry. Hot water is provided by solar powered geysers. Fire wood is also available at the reception area.
Please note: Reservations are mandatory! (Nov-18).
|Address :||Bwabwata National Park, 21km or 40min WSW of Kongola, Zambezi (Caprivi), Namibia|
|Contact 2 :||Camp Manager|
|Tel :||+264(0)61 400 510|
|Cell :||+264(0)81 125 2122|
|Email :||Click Here|
|Website :||Click Here|
|Cellphone Reception :||Intermittent|
Nambwa is located within the Bwabwata National park, 14km South of the Susuwe Ranger Station (which is in turn 5 km west of Kongola). The road to take is well signposted from the main road, the B8, turn into the park and register at the Park Reception Office. From there it is a 40 minute drive, and you will definitely need a 4×4 vehicle. During the dry season the road has deep sand and during the rainy season (summer months) there are many water ponds and muddy sections along the route.
|Rates Quoted :||Per Person|
|Base Currency :||NAD|
|Minimum Rate :||250.00|
|Maximum Rate :||250.00|
|Updated for :||2018|
|Comments :||Children 10 years & younger, 50%. Additional Fees: Park fees are for Adults NAD40 & Children under 12 NAD20. (Rate info updated Nov-18).|
|Payment Methods Accepted :||Cash, Credit Card, Electronic Funds Transfer|
|Languages spoken :||English, Afrikaans|
|Accommodation, Camping, Child Friendly, Restrooms, Waste Disposal, Landing Strip Nearby|
|Other Facilities :||Laundry Facilities.|
|Number of Sites :||4|
|Facilities :||Kitchen, Laundry, Shaded Sites|
|Shower Facilities :||Hot and Cold Showers|
|Use of Lodge Facilities :||Yes|
|Wood Available :||Yes|
|Game Viewing, Game Drives, 4WD Trails, Fishing, Bird Watching|
|Game to View :||Buffalo. Lion. Elephant and Leopard|
|Notes on Activities :||(Some activities may be offered nearby).|
|Closest Town :||Kongola|
Please note that this is a community operated camp and it is not always possible to contact them. For camping we suggest that you just show up. No loud music after 23:00pm at night. The camp is enclosed and security is very tight at the camp. (Mar-12).
Reportedly the ablutions are very neat and clean. Hot water is provided by donkey or solar heating. Highly recommended. Main cell network is MTC Namibia. (Mar-14).
Do not swim in the Kwando river, as there are crocodiles!
“Campers are still allowed to make use of the lodge facilities and book meals etc. The staff are extremely enthusiastic and the group has a geat censervation programme with the local tribe. All glass bottles are recycled and local artists create the most beautiful beads and jewellery.” - Mietsie Visser, 2021/05/28
“Due to the Nambwa Lodge that was built on this site, only 4 campsites were kept and pre-booking is essential.” - Mietsie Visser, 2016/05/19
“This Community Campsite is highly recommended.One can spend hours at your campsite watching small animals and birds playing around. Do not swim in the Kwando River as there are crocodiles. ” - Karin Theron, 2014/03/07
“Nambwa Community Restcamp provides a very good nature experience. Very beautiful and peaceful camping in a truly wild part of Namibia. For a full trip report go to http://www.linx.co.za/tripreports/nambwa/index.php” - Pieter Theron, 2009/02/22
“Nambwa Community Restcamp provides a very good nature experience. Very beautiful and peaceful camping in a truly wild part of Namibia. Nambwa <a href= "http://www.linx.co.za/tripreports/nambwa/index.php"For a full trip report</a>” - Pieter Theron, 2009/02/22
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