Mahangu Safari Lodge

Address: P.O.Box 5200 , Caprivi Strip, Namibia | 3 star lodge
 
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This 3 star lodge is located on P.O.Box 5200 , Caprivi Strip.
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      Travel Blogs from Caprivi Strip

      Parker's Caprivi Strip 2

      A travel blog entry by stprichmond1 on Dec 20, 2014

      7 photos

      Travelled along the Caprivi Strip to Mahangu Lodge, gorgeous place overlooking the Okavango River. Made us very welcome, great 'hut' to live in and what amazing food.

      Saw lots of hippo's, they're sooo aggressive! The staff have a 20 minute walk home in the dark to their village and regularly get chased by the hippo's. They kill more people …

      Caprivi - Place of Rivers

      A travel blog entry by terrykelly on Jul 12, 2014

      12 comments, 6 photos

      ... a brilliant view from our deck overlooking the hippo filled Kavango River. We had three superb nights in this awesome spot just 1km from Epupa Falls. Sunset River cruises to the Falls, (more like large rapids) fishing trip for tiger or bream - (1 small tiger for TK) and chilling around the pool gave us renewed energy and a break from driving to see game. Food was good ( rate incl dinner and breakfast) Our laundry was done while TK did some admin to change ...

      Laura, Hilderbeest and I tour Namibia!

      A travel blog entry by alycetravels on Mar 14, 2014

      2 comments, 179 photos

      ... and went on a guided walk to see some rock art, including the famous white lady. Our guide was a sweet little local man who loved teaching us about the way of life of his people, and a few words in his clicking language! We learnt about traditional medicine and food. We tried his favourite which is a type of cactus. It was very watery so nice and refreshing but bitter as anything. We also tracked some leopard footprints, however by the time we walked back it turned out the ...

      Swakopmund

      A travel blog entry by rosewj on Aug 01, 2013

      ... they gave us 2 heaters, and the food was amazing, I had surf and turf - oryx steak with squid, prawn and chips, and then creme brulee. Back to ours for a few drinks, and then out to a club called Cool Bananas, which says it all really. Watched some people play pool, then went into the dance floor bit, where there were some very strange guys dancing away. Had a good dance with Ruth and some of the group - call me maybe on repeat. Left about 2 and back to a bed - so ...

      A Country of Contrast

      A travel blog entry by yannakis on Dec 15, 2012

      5 comments, 30 photos

      ... before. There were several tribes we met who were a lot lighert in colour and a lot more traditional, keeping their traditional dress, customs and traditions.

      Like Vic Falls we also had an adrenalin rush in Swakopmund and some beautiful scenic drives on the truck. It’s a toss up between Zimbabwe and Namibia which is the better country – in my opinion they are on an even keel and definitely a place we would come back to.

      Next stop South ...