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Caprivi Strip

Caprivi Strip

In the northeast of the country, Namibia reaches out to touch the great Zambezi. Here, in the Caprivi Strip, wide tropical rivers bear names to conjure with – the Zambezi, the Okavango, the Chobe and the Linyanti. The vegetation is lush and supports a dense population, making this a unique corner of Namibia which, in many ways, feels much more like a part of Botswana or Zambia than it does a part of the rest of Namibia.

There are five protected areas within the Caprivi Strip – and in all of them you’ll find big game, including water-loving species – like hippo, crocodile, sable, waterbuck, reedbuck and buffalo – which are largely absent from the rest of Namibia.

Other reserves include…
Popa Falls Reserve, Mahango National Park, Bwabwata National Park, Mudumu National Park, Mamili National Park.

To get the best value out of you GTA membership for discounts up to 67% in and around these areas contact our reservations department on +2721 833 7100 for guidance on the above.

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