News November 2011

  • It was a bit of an initiative test getting to the new Nkasa Lupala lodge, nestled between Mudumu and Mamili national parks. First the bridge was down. This simple pole construction is a lifeline...

  • "We had a full guest list and were sitting down to breakfast. We watched four lionesses chase the buffalos just down there". Lodge manager Simone Micheletti points across the river that flows in...

  • Bertha Lunyazo  has a huge smile. She just can’t help it. She’s the assistant manager at the new lodge in Wuparo Conservancy, and very much the new face of tourism in Caprivi.

    Nkasa Lupala...

  • “Tourists want to see cats” says Hans Fwelimbi, tour guide at Nkasa Lupala Lodge. He takes a pride in being able to find them in Mamili National Park, although they have been known to chase...

  • The elephant was killed with an automatic weapon. Spent cartridges were still to be found in the sand, just 500 metres south of the Angolan border in Caprivi's Bwabwata National Park. She was one...

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