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Livingstone's Camp previously known as the Nsheshe Rest camp, located in the Caprivi Region.
Mamili (Nkasa Lupala)National Park beautifully mirrors Botswana's Okavango style wetland wilderness with an edge that is uniquely Namibia. In a vast arid country, Mamili holds the distinction of being the largest wetland with conservation status in Namibia.
The newly built Livingstone's Camp borders the national park and features 5 exclusive campsites providing visitors with their own private bathrooms, hot showers and unrivalled camping facilities, such as kitchen and verandah. Shelters help when there are heavy rainstorms.
Views over the swamp are lovely.
Solar for lights and gas for hot water.
The campsites all have incredible views of the Linyanti wetland with abundant birdlife and wildlife. Guests have a range of activities to experience, including Mokoro safaris through the pristine waterways, as well as guided walking and game drive safaris.
Anyone with passionate enthusiasm for the wildlife of Africa and is equipped with a self-contained 4X4 vehicle will consider camping at Livingstone's Camp, the ultimate escape.
Reservations are advised.
|Address :||5km or 17min SSE of Sangwali, Zambezi (Caprivi), Namibia|
|Postal :||P.O. Box 1707, Ngweze, Namibia|
|Contact :||Kaite Chigundu|
|Contact 2 :||Adolf Waidelich|
|Tel :||+264(0)66 686 208|
|Cell :||+264 (0)81 754 3585|
|Cellphone Reception :||Intermittent|
To get to Livingstone's Camp:
Livingstone's Camp is located in the Wuparo Conservancy about 4km from the entrance to Mamili (Nkasa Lupala) National Park in the Caprivi region in Namibia.
Coming from Botswana or Vic Falls:
From Katima Mulilo travel towards Kongola for 7kms on the B8. Then turn left at the Linyanti turnoff onto the C49. Travel for 125km on the C49 tar road then turn left, onto the dust road towards Sangwali Village. Continue through the village towards Mamili (Nkasa Lupala) National Park. Travel for 4.6km along the dust road until you arrive at Livingstone's Camp on the left.
Coming from Etosha:
From Kongola turn onto the C49/M125. Travel for 69.5km on the C49/M125 tar road then turn right, onto the dust road towards Sangwali Village. Continue through the village towards Mamili (Nkasa Lupala) National Park. Travel for 4.6km along the dust road until you arrive at Livingstone's Camp on the left.
|Best Time to Visit :||June - Oct|
|Reception Opening and Closing Times :||24 hrs|
|Rates Quoted :||Per Person|
|Base Currency :||NAD|
|Minimum Rate :||340.00|
|Maximum Rate :||340.00|
|Updated for :||2023|
|Payment Methods Accepted :||Cash, Electronic Funds Transfer|
|Nearest ATM :||Katima Mulilo|
|Nearest Bank :||Katima Mulilo|
|Tourist Organisation :||Namibian Tourism Board, Hospitality Association Namibia|
|Languages spoken :||English|
|Number of Sites :||5|
|Facilities :||Kitchen, Power Points, Shaded Sites|
|Shower Facilities :||Hot and Cold Showers|
|Toilet Facilities :||Flush Toilets|
|Is water available? :||Yes|
|Is water drinkable? :||No|
|Game Viewing, Game Drives, 4WD Trails, Tours and Excursions, Guided Walks, Makoro Trips, Bird Watching|
|Notes on Activities :||Mokoro Safaris Experience the beauty of the Linyanti the way David Livingstone did in a traditional African Mokoro. Watch African Jacana’s walk along the water lillies while you effortlessly drift through the pristine water channels. Surrounded by spectacular bird life and wildlife. The guided Mokoro Safari provides visitors with an unforgettable and truly authentic African experience. Walking Safaris On a walking safari guests will be led by experienced game rangers through the Wuparo wildlife area rich in game including lion. Leopard. Elephant. Buffalo and a whole host of other wildlife. Enjoying the area on foot awakens the senses and highlights the intricate natural eco systems that often go unnoticed from a game viewing vehicle. Game Drive Safaris Mamili (Nkasa Lupala) National Park is an extraordinary piece of wilderness that we explore on our guided game drive safaris. Lush marshes. High river reeds and abundant wildlife mean that travelling through the area is a dream for 4x4 and nature enthusiasts alike. For anyone who relishes the adventures of raw. Real Africa. This adventure is for you. (Some activities may be offered nearby).|
|Closest Town :||Sangwali|
Rainy season is from Nov-Mar.
“We camped here in January 2022, and the experience was very good. The shelters helped against the heavy rain storms, and the views over the swamp very good. Birding also excellent. (Mamile) has no more camping, and this is the best spring board to do day trips to this beautiful part of Africa.” - Johan Malherbe, 2022/01/27
“This is a beautiful, well managed camp with excellent facilities and activities. Highly recommended. Pre-booking recommended.” - Mietsie Visser, 2016/05/18
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