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The Caprivi-Zambezi region is a wetland paradise renowned worldwide for its staggering wealth of wildlife.
From the Big Four mammals to an unbelievable variety of water- and bird-life, there are endless spectacular viewing opportunities for wildlife enthusiasts.
You will be reluctant to tear yourself away from this unique experience and environment.
Visit Jackalberry Camp and you will depart with everlasting memories !
Built close to the border between Namibia Caprivi and Botswana, and inside Nkasa Rupara National Park (formerly known as Mamili National Park) you will find a unique Camp situated in a unique and exciting landscape bursting with wildlife.
Jackalberry Tented Camp is located on the Linyanti river lagoons where large populations of the park wildlife roam freely. Many can be spotted from the decks of the multi-storey lodge built in and around the enormous Jackalberry tree.
The decks offer 360° uninterrupted views sweeping across the flood plains of Namibia to the woodlands of Botswana just across the river.
The Camp offers 4 exclusive luxury tents and 1 double guide tent.
The rooms are equipped with side lamps, charging facility, fridge, in room bathroom, coffee/tea station, hot water and electricity are generated with solar power, offering a superb eco-friendly personalized safari experience.
All rooms are made of customized large tents with average of 32.4 m, offering breathtaking views across the lagoons.
The only access to Jackalberry Tented Camp is by entering and driving true Nkasa Rupara National Park.
Stop at Park office for collecting the permit.
Jackalberry Camp is only accessible by 4×4, all other vehicles will be provided with secure parking and security at the Wuparo Conservancy Office.
Pickup by the lodge between between 1 pm / 2h30 pm drop off between 8 / 9h30 am.
*additional fees will apply if arrival/departure is different from the fixed times.
Arrival details or estimated time of arrival is essential for prompt transfer arrangements.
Jackalberry Camp, Centre of KAZA Conservation Area, Caprivi Wetlands, 9000View Larger Map