In this northern area of Namibia, the higher rainfall gives rise to lush, dense vegetation which is very different to that found in the rest of the country.
The Linyanti and Kwando Rivers are home to crocodile and hippo and the waters sustain many elephant in the small Mudumu and Mamili Parks. Mamili, in particular, is a birders paradise with over 430 species of different birds having been identified here. The vegetation is very similar to that of Botswana’s Okavango Delta region and is made up of dense stands of sycamore fig, leadwood, jackalberry and sausage trees in the centre of lush islands surrounded by papyrus swamps.
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The Caprivi Strip has high rainfall with up to 600 mm and in the far northeast can reach up to 800 mm every year. Read More
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