Cradled between the mysterious Okavango River to the west and the mighty Zambezi River to the east, Lianshulu Lodge nestles beneath a canopy of shady jackalberry and mangosteen trees on the banks of the meandering Kwando River. In the heart of the Mudumu National Park with its sweltering Mopane woodlands, experience the allure of the fragile Kwando wetland ecosystem - a wild and forgotten land.
Lianshulu Lodge is renowned for its superb kitchen, which is overseen by an acclaimed chef. Sumptuous meals include a full breakfast, buffet lunch and dinner by candlelight, followed by liqueurs which are served around a welcoming fire.
Kwando River Mudumu National Park Eastern Caprivi, Namibia
Individually styled and tastefully furnished, these reed, brick and thatched chalets, each have a private bathroom and secluded, outside deck. Generous spacing between chalets ensures total privacy. The lodge accommodates a maximum of 24 guests in 12 chalets.
The thatched dining, lounge and bar areas open onto spacious, wooden decks, affording uninterrupted views over the Kwando and its floodplains. Wildlife can frequently be observed from these vantage points.
A fireplace, library, curio shop and swimming pool are at the guests disposal.