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Mamili is Namibia's version of the Okavango Delta - a paradisiacal area of watery channels, reed islands and beautiful wetlands. It is situated in the eastern part of the Caprivi Strip and is home to elephant, lion, buffalo, giraffe, rare sitatunga and red lechwe, crocodile and hippo, puku and otters. Remote, beautiful and utterly wild (only visitors with 4x4 can use the roads), this reserve is also a great birding spot with over 430 bird species recorded here. Namibia's wild and seldom visited Mamili National Park, a watery wonderland of wildlife rich islands, river channels and wetlands. Wild is the best word to describe this park, there's nothing fancy, no luxurious campsites, you're on your own. Mamili holds the distinction of being the largest wetland area with conservation status in Namibia. This protects flora and fauna living within its complex channel of reed beds, lakes and islands, that form the Linyanti swamps. The focal points of the 320km... read more  Read More

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