Bwabwata National Parks

 

Bwabwata is established in 2007 merging the former Caprivi Game Park with the Buffalo and Mahango areas. It is the heart of the world’s largest conservation area, the Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (KAZA).

Still raw but bursting with potential, this verdant park feels a little like Botswana’s Chobe minus the crowds. Bwabwatais one of very few places in Africa where humans and animals coexist inside a national park. It’s an ambitious community-driven conservation project that has seen animal populations once decimated by rampant poaching and the so-called Border War of the 70s and 80s, returning in their droves.

 

 
 
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Mahango Park

Size: 245 km2

 

Just 40 km away from our lodge

Excellent wilderness ambiance

Little visited off-the-beaten-track park

Wildlife numbers are increasing with elephant, buffalo, common reedbuck, red lechwe, zebra, giraffe, crocodile, hippo

There are limited driving tracks

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Buffalo Park

Size: 629 km2

 

Just 40 km away from our lodge

Excellent wilderness ambiance

A great insider tip

Amazing game viewing possibilities with elephant, buffalo, roan antelope, sable antelope, kudu, impala, crocodile, hippo

Ruins of old South African Army station

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Kwando Park

Size: 1’280 km2

 

190 km away from our lodge

Excellent wilderness ambiance

Popular horse shoe with elephant herds

Large variety of wild animals with elephant, buffalo, crocodile, hippo, African wild dog, lechwe, sitatunga, reedbuck

Sandy driving tracks

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