A lucky find along the Okavango River. Nestled in the vegetation close to the riverbank, the Hakusembe River Campsite offers four private oases from which to enjoy the abundant riches of the river. Each of the sites has its own bathroom facilities and can host eight people.
Explore this lush water world with family and friends. It's a short stroll to the lodge to sit on the wide wooden deck, sip on a drink and take a sunset cruise on the Hakusembe River Queen.
Unwind to the rhythm of the river and cherish the unspoiled Kavango character from around the crackling camp fire.
GPS-coordinates in 'degree, decimal-minutes': S 17° 51.033' E 19° 40.287'
- +264 63 260 259
- Tel (Alternate):
- +264 (0)61 427200
- +264 (0)61 251863
- After Hours:
- +264 81 129 2424
Rooms & Rates
- Hakusembe Campsite Activities
- Enjoy the lush green surroundings at Hakusembe Campsite, feet up, book in hand absorbing the peace to the accompaniment of bird calls and the splashing of water. Those who can muster the energy to move, can cool off at the pool of the lodge. Try your luck at catching the elusive tiger fish, take a stroll to the Mbunza cultural village and at the end of the dayhop aboard the Hakusembe River Queen. From the safety of the river boat, watch the old crocodile glide into the water and the red orb of the sun dip elegantly behind the trees. As you raise your glass, the changing light and Kavango colours reflect and shimmer around you. Cheers!
- Sunset Champagne Cruise
- Experience the waterworld of the Kavango on a romantic boat trip as the sun goes down; incl. ½ bottle of chamgagne per person.
|Season 2018: 1 November 2017 - 31 October 2018||N$ 240 pp|
- Tiger Fishing
- Experience catching one of the strongest fighting fresh water fish in the world. 2 persons per boat, fishing licence can be obtained from the Lodge, but is not included in the rate. Lost lures at N$ 60 per lure, drinks not included.
|Hourly Rate. Season 2018: 1 November 2017 – 31 October 2018||N$ 160 pp/per hour|
|Half Day (5 hours). Season 2018: 1 November 2017 – 31 October 2018||N$ 1600 per boat|