what to do / Khaudum

The Khaudum Game Reserve is situated in north-eastern Namibia; north of the town of Tsumkwe and bordering the border with Botswana. In this remote area of dry-woodland savannah many species of game occur, like elephant, giraffe, lion, leopard and rare antelope species. Over 300 bird species have been recorded here. One of the most unexplored and undeveloped reserves in Namibia. This is a harsh rugged landscape and we advise that you do this tour with a guide the first time round. A guaranteed exciting off road experience Guided tour with three meals a day ensures a safe and exciting adventure. Day 1 - Tour starts early morning at 08h00 from Windhoek to Rundu, which is a 700km drive. Lunch at Grootfontein (own account). Dinner and overnight at Okavango River Lodge Campsite or Kaisosi Lodge Campsite. Day 2 – After an early morning breakfast, depart from Rundu on the way to Bagani, for the Khaudum (4x4 drive). Many animals can be seen and during the rain season... read more  Read More

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