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The Game Reserve is the oldest in South Africa and the beauty (although in the grip of a drought) is to be seen to be believed. We stayed in the self-catering unit (R1950 per night) which is a pre-fabricated building positioned on the edge of...More
My husband and I spent two nights at Nkwazi Lake Lodge. The chalets were comfortable and clean. The view from the chalet veranda was beautiful and we spotted a lot of game and birds. The staff are incredibly helpful and friendly. We enjoyed the food,...More
Spend 3 nights at the Lodge. The staff were friendly and helpful in every way. We did some Tiger fishing organised through the lodge - which was a great outing and experience for the entire family. The accommodation is basic, but clean and comfortable. The...More
I needed some me time, away from town noise of vehicles then Nkwazi came into my mind and I don't regret.
Birds singing, boat ride on the Kavango river, cultural dances and a camping experience inwardly rewarding. Visit the place, enjoy the beauty of Africa....More
Went on a business Tiger Fishing trip, was a great experience. The lodge is well organized and the staff treated us to a great fishing experience. Will go back for a return visit. The chalets are neat and a great stay
USD 160 - USD 180 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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