Honouring the elephants’ right of way, a timber walkway, towering above these giants, meanders through the trees and joins the ten luxurious tented suites of exquisite comfort. Tastefully decorated with natural colors and evoking a gentle balance of serenity, the decadently spacious tented suites open completely and emanate a feeling of vastness and opulence.

As dawn breaks your morning tea or coffee, together with homemade biscuits, are personally delivered to your tent by our Chef. From the privacy of your tree house deck, watch the sky illuminate with hues of purple and amber and re-energize for the days adventure ahead.

The main feature, and the heart of the lodge, is the majestic viewing deck, from where your “open to sky” dining, with rewarding views of the floodplains below, are more than often the playground for large herds of elephants, buffalo and plains game that later seek refuge and security under your tented suite for the night.

The elegant Safari Lounge creates a perfect fusion of energy and relaxation, which emphasises a sense of place. A library with a mixture of vintage artifacts and books, as well as small relics found on site while building the lodge on this historical military area, all encourage a touch and exploration.

Often, a game drive away from the lodge becomes so unnecessary as the elephants and wildlife meander through the camp. Sundowners are then enjoyed from the safety of the decks or lengthy walkways, only meters above these animals as they traverse below you and go about their feeding.

  •     Unique decor
  •     Built in the tree tops
  •     110 square metres of space
  •     A private lounge
  •     En-suite bathroom with both shower and bath
  •     Spacious viewing deck
  •     Mosquito netting around the beds
  •     Personal laptop safe
  •     Bio-degradable amenities
  •     Wifi – accessible in the main area
  •     Fresh coffee or tea in delivered to your private deck


•    Boat Cruises on the Kwando River
•    Game Drives in the Bwabwata National Park
•    Guided bush walks with one of our experienced guides
•    Visits to the Mashi Traditional Village and Craft Market
•    Evening drives back to the lodge after sundowners

Access by Road
The entrance to Nambwa Lodge includes 13.6km of sand road. A four wheel drive vehicle is required. Guests should not attempt to reach the lodge with a two wheel drive vehicle. We provide complimentary transfers from the park entrance for clients without a 4x4.
GPS coordinates are: 17°52´31.28”S 23°19´1.46”E
It will take at least 14 hours to reach Nambwa Lodge from Windhoek by road.

Access by Air
Immelman landing strip. Co-ordinates: ( NO FLOATS )
S 17° 46 ‘ 500” E 023° 18’300”
Ref: (Mpacha-Katima Mulilo)
Length of runway: 1300m
Direction: 0927
Transfers: Road transfers and Air charters are available from Kasane, Victoria Falls, Livingstone and Katima. Rates are available on request.

For bookings, contact us
Tel: +264 81 1228 703 | +264 81 3836 153
Email address: bookings@namibia360.com