Escape to riverine forests & Kalahari woodland in Namibia

Amid a unique combination of riverine forest, wetlands and Kalahari woodland, Lianshulu Lodge offers not only a superb wilderness experience but also an enchantingly beautiful one. Overlooking the Kwando River in the Mudumu National Park of Namibia, Lianshulu is home to over 400 bird species and a host of wildlife such as lion, leopard, buffalo, giraffe and plenty of antelope. 

Daily morning and evening game drives conducted on open-air vehicles are an engaging experience with guides sharing knowledge of the animals found in the area as well as their unique habitat. Together with nature walks, fishing and boat cruises on the river, Lianshulu offers guests abundant opportunities to connect with nature and simply enjoy the beauty of the surrounding sky and landscapes. 

The lodge has a traditional safari feel with thatched roofs, wooden beams and a large dining, bar and living area that creates plenty of space to relax and enjoy the river views. The Suites (including a Family Room) are set along the river amid the thick vegetation, complete with a ceiling fan, mosquito nets and private decks. Relish gourmet meals crafted by the expert chef at the on-site lapa, alongside breathtaking views.

Highlights

  • Excellent area for bird watching
  • Array of activities outside of the usual game activities such as fishing and village tours
  • The unique combination of river, forest and woodland make for excellent photography
  • Accommodation options for couples and families
  • An all year around destination, only closing for one month in January

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From$242per person per night
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Location

Kwando River

Mudumu National Park

Popular Facilities

  • Swimming Pool
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • 24 Hour Security

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