Though a large dot on most maps, this is a small settlement. About 7km east of the B8 bridge over the Kwando, there is a large Engen fuel station (incorporating a little post office and shop) at the main road's junction with the D3511. Nearby is Mashi Crafts
, a local community craft centre selling curios made by the local Kxoe community. It specialises in traditional baskets, beadwork, and East Caprivian reed mats and carvings. The centre is open Monday to Friday from May to July, and on Monday, Wednesday and Friday during the rest of the year.
From here the D3511 heads south past a number of lodges that line the Kwando River, passing deep inside Mudumu National Park, and skirting Mamili, before turning back towards Katima. About 126km from the B8 turn-off is the village of Linyanti, where there's often petrol available, and it is then a further 90km or so back to Katima.
A few kilometres west of the Engen station is a turn-off south to Mazambala Island Lodge, and beyond that is a large, new bridge over the Kwando – tangible proof, in tar and concrete, that the Caprivi is regarded as a major trade artery of the future.