Nambwa Community Campsite belongs to the Mayuni conservancy. It started its activity in 2004 and offers six private camping sites overlooking the Kwando River, with braais and water taps. There is a platform from which you can admire the sunset and observe wildlife and do some bird watching.
During the night you will hear the sounds of the hippos with incredible clarity, as if they were just a few meters from your tent. The place is quite isolated, like an island in a sea of wilderness, so the feeling one gets is of absolute calm and tranquility, the perfect environment to forget about the world, stay in silence and simply enjoy nature at its purest.
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How to get there: Nambwa is 14km south of Kongola. The road to take is well signposted from the main road, the B8, very close to where Bum Hill Community Campsite is. There is a 45 minute drive from the point where you leave then B8, and you will definitely need a 4×4 car. We got stuck in deep sand once, mainly because of going too slow and losing traction. Make sure you have some basic notions of how to drive a 4×4.
Campingsite – N$ 80.00 per person per night. Children 6-12 year old, N$40.
Wood bundle – N$10