Where the rivers meet
Exciting, rich and diverse, yet virtually undiscovered, Nkasa Rupara National Park in the Zambezi region is a hidden gem. This wild and remote area is part of Namibia, but not as you know it. There are no silken sand dunes or deserts that merge with the horizon in a glistening haze. This is Namibia in a new light, and it’s time to look again.
Nkasa Rupara is a wetland that forms part of the greater Linyanti ecosystem and abuts Botswana on three sides, linking Namibia to Victoria Falls and Chobe National Park. Despite its enviable position, the rugged and beautiful terrain is largely untouched, allowing animals to roam undisturbed and guests to enjoy the endless luxury of space.
The lodge itself opens on 1 March 2021, and is the only camp on Nkasa Island. The intimate camp is shaded by a canopy of trees, beneath which six canvas tents provide atmospheric accommodation.
We recommend booking Nkasa Linyanti as part of a complete Natural Selection safari, but if you want to book it separately or just check availability, click here to select dates and book.
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