Namushasha River Lodge Kongola Namibia
Namushasha River Lodge Pool
Namushasha River Lodge Dining
Namushasha River Lodge Bungalow Exterior
Namushasha River Lodge Bungalow Room
Namushasha River Lodge Bungalow Shower
Namushasha River Lodge Bar
Namushasha River Lodge Deck
Namushasha River Lodge Fire
Namushasha River Lodge Campsite Roof Tent
Namushasha River Lodge Elephant Herd
Namushasha River Lodge River Cruise
Rooms
24
Campsites
6

Namushasha River Lodge's impressive central entrance, designed in true African style with a wooden chandelier and carved animals, leads guests into the attractive lodge set between the trees. The dining room, with its high thatched roof, is open on the sides to the river world, providing a suitable - and airy - welcome to wonderland.

The lodge has a small pool, bar, sundowner deck, curioshop and buffet restaurant.

Six beautiful campsites located under luscious green trees and private ablutions are also available for the more avid adventure seeker.

Namushasha River Lodge offers guests a choice of activities. Early morning or late afternoon river cruises to explore the channels and discover the diverse bird life; or a trip to the Bwabwata National Park, first by boat along the waterways to later transfer to a game vehicle for an excursion into African bush.

Namushasha River Lodge's impressive central entrance, designed in true African style with a wooden chandelier and carved animals, leads guests into the attractive lodge set between the trees. The dining room, with its high thatched roof, is open on the sides to the river world, providing a suitable - and airy - welcome to wonderland.

The lodge has a small pool, bar, sundowner deck, curioshop and buffet restaurant.

Six beautiful campsites located under luscious green trees and private ablutions are also available for the more avid adventure seeker.

Namushasha River Lodge offers guests a choice of activities. Early morning or late afternoon river cruises to explore the channels and discover the diverse bird life; or a trip to the Bwabwata National Park, first by boat along the waterways to later transfer to a game vehicle for an excursion into African bush.