(15 chalets) PO Box 21182, Windhoek; tel: 061 240375; fax: 061 256598; email: email@example.com; web: www.namibialodges.com
Standing above the Kwando, Namushasha overlooks the Caprivi Game Park. It is well signposted, 16km off the B8 along the D3511, and then 4km west off that, along its own drive. (The final kilometre of this is over a sandy ridge; saloon cars need to be driven carefully.)
Namushasha's two-person chalets all have en-suite facilities, as well as mosquito nets and netted windows with roll blinds. These are functional, although far from stylish. There's a comfortable bar/lounge area, partly under thatch, and a separate dining room, all overlooking the river and park beyond. Nearby is a large splash pool, with dugout canoes modified into poolside seats, surrounded by well-watered green lawns.
Activities include boat trips and game drives. More energetic visitors will also appreciate a self-guided walking trail that circles the riverbank near camp, extending about 2.5km. Namushasha is a good camp, although its rooms could easily be better. Note that it allows day visitors for lunch, game drives and boat trips.