Divundu

Where the Okavango River cuts through Namibia, it separates the Okavango Region and the Caprivi Region. The little town at this crossing bridge is called Divundu.

Just kilometers south of Divundu lies Popa Falls, where the river runs through the rapids with amazing force. Below the rapids on the western side lies the Mahangu Game Reserve, where large herds of antelope run freely, especially the Sable, which is quite a magnificent animal

From the Eastern bank of the river stretches the Bwabwata National Park. Along this stretch of river are many lodges and camping sites to accommodate every type of traveler. This is also the perfect stopover if you are on the way to or coming from the Okavango Delta, Drotsky's Cave or Tsodilo Hills, crossing the Namibia-Botswana Border at Mohembo.