Okahirongo River Camp is situated deep in the Kaokoland wilderness overlooking the Kunene River. The Kaokoland in the Kunene Region is one of the most untouched, wild areas in the North West and the land of the Himba tribe. If you want to get away from the city and be surrounded by nothing but wilderness this is the place to be. The great thing about this lodge is that it is eco-friendly and you can rest assured that the breathtaking views of the wilderness are being preserved.
The Okahirongo River Camp is built between rocks with just six tents with exclusive four double tents, one twin tent and one family suite. Each camp has a breathtaking view of the Kunene River with spacious decks for extra viewing pleasure. Your only neighbours are the Himba tribe and if you are lucky you might see them at the river with their cattle or you can visit them at their traditional villages.
The other special thing to do at Kaokoland is to track desert-adapted elephants and black rhinos. The Kaokoland is the only place in the world you can see these animals or you can take a boat and enjoy sundowners down Kunene River. Whatever you decide to do you will feel a sense of freedom and being one with nature.