We stayed here on our safari with Peregrine. The location is right beside the river. Angola is literally on the other side. We arrived at the lodge via a very interesting road and it was a bit hard to believe what we found at the end. The lodge is very attractive and rambles along the river bank. It can get very cold at night during the winter months as the top part of the rooms is open (with fly screen only at the top). The rooms were comfortable though but the power does go off from about 10pm until 6am. As with any travel in Africa - always remember your torch. On arrival the lodge asked if we would like to see local dancers and organised for a local dance troupe to come in and perform for us which was interesting. They sang and danced for over half an hour. Our evening meal was very enjoyable and breakfast in the morning was standard and good. Just remember the overnight part with this lodge - rug up in bed during the colder months and keep your torch close.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- With 18 en-suite thatched bungalows, a buffet restaurant, bar and lounge with free Wi-Fi, sparkling clear swimming pool, sunset river cruises, traditional dances, a wide variety of bird life, cultural excursions and the possibility to help the Mayana Community through sponsoring orphaned children, n'Kwazi Lodge is the perfect stop between the Etosha National Park in Namibia, and the Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- n`Kwazi Hotel Rundu