Nambwa is a rustic campsite bang in the middle of the Bwabwata National Park in the Caprivi (Zambezi) region in the north-east of Namibia. You’re in the heart of KAZA (Kavango-Zambezi) Conservation Area, the world’s largest wildlife conservation area - so you can be sure the wildlife is real, the wilderness raw and the experience wholesome.
Nambwa campsite comprises just four campsites on the river banks, shaded by old Jackalberry and Mopane trees. It’s rustic but there are more facilities than you would find at most campsites this remote. Sleep beneath the stars and to the sounds of hippos grunting in the distance - at least you hope that’s where they are. A rooftop tent is advised, unless you’re really brave. Having wildlife pass through camp is not unusual so be on the lookout.
Lots and lots of wildlife. Just drive around the park. Bird-watching too.
"NTS organized the trip wonderfully!"
We felt that the trip kept getting better every day
"The trip of our lives!"
Everything was excellently planned by Ashlee at Namibia Tours & Safaris.
"A truly wonderful and memorable trip"
Namibia, it's countryside, people and wildlife really should be on everyone's bucket list of places to visit!
"Absolutely a five star experience with this great company!"
Super clear communication, great recommendations and just really clear logistics.