A fast developing centre of the Caprivi region as well as the area's main settlement.The town lies on the banks of the mighty Zambezi River, which forms the boundary with Zambia.
The wide, slow-flowing Zambezi River is edged with tall, lush trees, tropical birds and monkeys, with lolling hippo and crocs reminding everyone who's in charge of the waters. Elephants are frequent visitors the river banks for a drink and a bath, and ornithologists of all levels only have to take a short walk along the river's banks to tick-off a wide variety of species.
As you can imagine, being near the point where 5 countries meet, Katima Mulilo is a melting pot of cultures and language. Seven languages and a myriad of dialects are spoken in the town.
Accommodation In the Area:
Zambezi River Lodge
The Zambezi River Lodge is situated in the Eastern Caprivi, on the outskirts of Katima Mulilo, on the banks of the Zambezi River and is easily accessible by road.
Caprivi River Lodge
Caprivi River Lodge is such a haven offering true tranquility. The Caprivi River Lodge is approximately 4.5km east of the town of Katima Mulilo on the B8 Trans-Caprivi Highway at the gateway to Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Central Africa.
Ntwala Island Lodge
Ntwala Island Lodge is the most pristine and secluded Chobe destination. Surrounded on all sides by seductively wild and powerful waterways. Intricate floating walkways link an untouched Namibian cluster of islands within the Mambova rapids where two mighty African rivers – the Zambezi and Chobe converge, only 80km upstream from the Victoria Falls and where white sands and palm trees add to the romance - belying the fact that this lodge is in Africa!
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