Ngepi Camp

Ngepi Camp, situated in the unspoiled upper reaches of the Okavango delta panhandle in the western Caprivi strip, Kavango region, Namibia.

With clean Kalahari desert air, the camp is set on an island under amazing indigenous trees with permanent river frontage and surrounded by seasonally flooded swamps. It is a paradise of flooded plains and secret swampy backwaters, teaming with wildlife, as we are nestled between Mahango National park, a few km’s to the south, and Bwabwata National Park directly opposite across the river. This area is a bird watchers dream.


Tree Houses

Most of our Tree Houses overlook the Kavango River, each of them, a unique experience. They are built around a tree, on a wooden deck with a thatched roof. They have reed walls at the back and roll up blinds in front, giving them a
natural feel. What better place to wake up with the Sunrise between your toes?
Each Tree House has an en-suite bathroom, sporting an interesting ‘al fresco’ shower. They are equipped with a comfotable matress, feather pillows and linen,
towels and mosquito nets. Most of our Tree Houses have a braai area, but are not equipped for self-catering. There is
a choice between a Twin, Double, Triple or Family Tree House.

Bush Huts

The Bush Huts are rustic, thatched huts consisting of two half-walled rooms, one double and one twin, and an open air
bathroom at the rear. They are equipped with mosquito nets, linen and towels. Although they do not have a view of
the river, each one has a lovely private garden with a braai area. The Bush Huts are not equipped for self-catering.


Most of our campsites are along the river’s edge, with a grassed camping area and an adjacent parking space for
vehicles, trailers and caravans. Each site has its own 220v AC solar powered electricity point, river water tap and
fireplace/braai area. Our Bush campsites are a bit more secluded, with lovely big trees for shade, but they have no
river view.