Namushasha River Lodge

On the banks of the Kwando River, Caprivi Strip, Namibia | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on On the banks of the Kwando River, Caprivi Strip.
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    Travel Blogs from Caprivi Strip

    Drive to Rainbow Lodge on Botswana Border

    A travel blog entry by krista.and.erik on Nov 16, 2012

    13 photos

    ... and hippos and I headed off to do laundry. We had a lot of laundry that needed doing and it took me a good hour to do it all and get it all rinsed. Erik was at the bar drinking at this time. I trotted back to our tent trying to get him to notice that I was all covered in suds and sweat and water and he wasn’t. It didn’t work and he didn’t notice. Hmph.

    I strung up our clothes line and nicely hung up all ...

    The Dunes by maddie

    A travel blog entry by rae_family on Jun 17, 2012

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... The next morning we got up at 4:45 to see the sun rise over dunes and see the sand change colour. The first dune we climbed was called BIG MOMMA!! It was 100 meters high and at 8am was really tough. Liam just literally ran up the dune and it takes the average person 1 hour and it took him 10mins! The sand is such a deep red colour which looks amazing. The next dune we climbed was ...

    Different faces of Namibia

    A travel blog entry by blackpoolbelle on Aug 07, 2011

    29 photos

    ... flimsy-looking one with a very noisy, smelly diesel engine! Nothing happens quickly, but that's fine as you're on holiday. The contrast with the departure experience and the arrival in Botswana was huge – there we registered in a quiet, air-conditioned building followed by a walk on a disinfectant pad and a similar trough for the truck.

    Back in the truck, we travelled to Kasane and our first camp at ...

    Hippo Pot of 'em

    A travel blog entry by paulej4 on Nov 21, 2010

    1 comment, 5 photos

    I slept as well last night as I have slept since March. The
    sound of the rapids and the breeze blowing through the mosquito net must have
    been the perfect sleeping aid. With all the curtains open, I am up with the sun
    hearing the sound of passing hippos. My boat companions later on this day will
    describe the sound they make as what gigantic frogs on steroids must sound
    like. The croak and then they trumpet. That's one fine wake up call.

    Today, I see more hippos ...

    The long drive to Bushmanland

    A travel blog entry by theb-cfamily on Aug 11, 2009

    34 photos

    ... facinating and exotic places around the world, but never have I / we experienced such immediate sense of community, family and joy as we have on these next two days. The San people of Namibia are truly unique. They immediately embraced us. We were not observers of their village, but rather distant kin joining in on their celebrations, dances, games and survival.
    The pictures only begin to tell the story, but sorry that is all I have time ...