Caprivi - Namibia
The Caprivi Strip is a long, skinny panhandle extending north-east from Namibia, separates Angola, to the north, Botswana, to the south), and ends near the south-western corner of Zambia.
Caprivi is wet, green and alive, and home to large herds of wildlife, and hundreds of bird species. It is a hot stretch of land, known for its typical round mud huts along the streets. Here you can choose between three beautiful national parks. Bwabwata is the most substantial part covering the whole of the Caprivi strip and has a somewhat of a unique landscape. Situated on an old dune system drainage lines run north west and south east across the whole length of the park.
You can expect to see buffalo, hordes of elephant, lion, leopard, African wild dog, sable, roan, giraffe as well as the usual impala, kudu and zebra. Enjoy a Trip to one of the traditional villages and experience the lifestyle of the Caprivi people.