Nunda Safari Lodge, situated in the Caprivi strip of Namibia, is an experience you will seldom encounter on the African continent with its homely relaxed atmosphere enhanced with a true African wildlife experience. Nunda Safaris and Lodge offers camping and accommodation in seven en-suite twin bedded Meru tents.
Nunda Safari Lodge, Nunda, the local Thimbukushu name given to the fruit of the Jackalberry tree, is situated on the Kavango River in the land of the proud Hambukushu people. They are ruled by their Fumu (king) and largely maintain their traditional way of life.
Approximately 2km west of the lodge lies one of the scenic highlights of Western Caprivi - the Popa Falls. More rapids than falls, the Kavango River breaks through a 4m high rocky intrusion amidst islands dotted with pristine forests surrounded by aquatic vegetation.
Nunda Safari Lodge is centrally situated as a destination in itself. Spend at least two days or more exploring the region before travelling on to the Okavango Delta, East Caprivi, Zambia or Victoria Falls.
Nunda Safari Lodge provides an opportunity to relax and unwind in comfortable accommodation. Each unit is set amongst huge trees and shrubs offering complete privacy and seclusion.
The accommodation includes seven large tastefully furnished, twin-bedded Meru tents with en-suite bathrooms â€“ all built on wooden decks.
For those wanting a different type of accommodation, there are five large thatched, twin-bed chalets with en-suite bathrooms. All units have covered decks which overlook the river.
Undoubtedly the best fully grassed campsites on the banks of the river. Two sites can accommodate larger groups. Each site has a braai (barbeque) area, seating, running water, as well as a light and an electrical point.
The ablutions are immaculate and spacious true to your own home comforts.
All sites are in close proximity to the river. Purified drinking water is available at certain demarcated taps.
Pilots and guides: A comfortable two-roomed, twin-bed guide unit with shared ablution facilities are available.
Daily game drives to the Mahangu and Bwabwato National Parks in an open vehicle is a truly magnificent experience. Various wildlife species that one can expect to see are wild dog, lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo, Letchwe, Sitatunga, hippo, crocodile and a host of other antelope species. The area is also home to the largest herds of Sable and Roan antelope in Africa;
This is a great way to enjoy the spectacular scenery;
Various species of Tilapia, Sharptooth Catfish, Nembwe, as well as the legendary Tigerfish are some of the fish species that entice anglers to wet their lines at this popular spot;
Nunda also offers camping excursions to the Khaudum National Park;
Nunda can arrange angling expeditions to visitors;
An experience not to be missed!!!
Guided birding and nature walks are a rewarding experience, as is the cultural walks through traditional villages. This region is home to an estimated 430 species of birds with over 20 endemic or near endemic species. Many special species include Yellow Wagtail, Wattled Crane, Great Snipe, African Rail and African Skimmers.