The Mudumu National Park is situated in the Caprivi Strip in the north of Namibia and is bordered by the Kwando River in the west. It covers an area of approximately 1000 km² and has a, for Namibia, unusual landscape: rivers, reed islands and flat areas without any natural elevation.
Due to the rough sand roads the Park should only be explored by 4x4 or by boat.
A great game viewing adventure
The Park has an abundance of wildlife, but due to its remoteness and tropical climate it is rarely visited by tourists. Additionally the park is situated in acute malaria area thus the use of a prophylaxis is advisable when visiting. To get to the Park visitors have to travel along the Trans-Caprivi-Highway to Kongola and from there drive to the south.
The southern part of the Park has a lot of water. Here elephants, zebras, antelopes, buffalos and Hippos and crocodiles can be seen as well as more than 400 different species of birds.
Tap water in Namibia is either purified or comes directly from boreholes and is therefore safe to drink. ... In some areas the water can be brackish, your guide will advise you daily on this and where to purchase bottled mineral water.