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Okahirongo River Camp looks out over the Kunene River, Namibia’s border with neighbouring Angola.
Six wood and canvas tents (four doubles, one twin and one for families) sit unobtrusively on the rocky valley slopes with wonderful views out across the river, and next to a communal area consisting of lounges, a dining room and small library. The kitchen serves up delicious 'Afritalian' food inspired by the Camp's Italian owners, and there is a fine selection of South African wines to compliment the food.
Activities on offer include guided morning walks, scenic 4x4 excursions or boat trips on the Kunene River in search of the region's famous birdlife and to spot huge resident crocodiles.
Back at Camp, there is a sizeable pool surrounded by elegant decking where guests can while away an afternoon appreciating the views of the surrounding landscape.
We adore the Schoeman Skeleton Coast safaris but they are not - with love - the most luxurious experience. Okahiringo River Camp is the perfect place for some post-flying safari R&R.
Isabel, Original Traveller