North-Eastern Region

North-Eastern Region

Northeastern Namibia is a mosaic of woodland s, riverine forests, swamps and rivers. Off-the-beaten track destinations include the Nyae-Nyae area, the ancestral home of the Ju'hoansi San. Formerly known as Eastern Buch-manland, the area is four-by-four country.
The Kaudum Game Park , further north, is likewise only accessible by four-by-four vehicle. The park is home to herds of Elephants, Roan, Eland, Kudu, Gemsbok ( Oryx ) , Blue Wildebeest, Wild Dog and Lions.

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Mudumu National Park and Mamili National Park
The Mudumu and Mamili National Parks in eastern Caprivi, can likewise only be explored in a four-wheel drive vehicle. Two destinations that are however acessible by sedan car are Popa Falls, a series of rapids in the Kavango River, and the nearby Mahango Game Park. The park offers outstanding birding and is also renowned for its large numbers of Elephants, Red Lechwe, Sable, Roan, Buffalo, Blue Wildebeest and Gemsbok.

Impalila Island
Impalila Island, in the far north-east, is aptly described as " The One Island in Africa Where Four Countries Meet ". The Zambezi River offers superb Tiger Fishing , while the island and surrounding area are also one of the top birding spots in Namibia.