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Rich and tropical, lush and wet… are we still in Namibia?

Yes, the Caprivi Strip to be precise, Namibia’s spindly north-eastern ‘finger’ that touches reaches out across the top of Botswana and to the mighty Zambezi River.

Criss-crossed by the Okavango, Linyanti and Chobe rivers, the area is dotted with waterfalls and crashing rapids and home to an excellent selection of water-loving species including hippo and buffalo, crocs and waterbuck, and a phenomenal variety of birds.

Now in the hands of a particularly progressive group of conservationists, the wildlife is only getting better and combined with a smattering of hip lodges and several unknown but utterly fantastic parks the Caprivi is a destination and a half.

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Things To Do & Where To Stay In Caprivi

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