Namushasha River Villa
Namushasha River Villa is anchored in its very own private channel of the Kwando River. The River Villa offers her guests the opportunity to experience the Bwabwata National Park in a private and intimate setting.
The Namushasha River Villa caters to two guests making this the perfect couple’s retreat or honeymoon destination. The package includes a transfer from the Namushasha River Lodge to the Villa. Guests have the opportunity to enjoy a private game drive and meal in the Bwabwata National Park, followed by an evening of luxury on the River Villa. This spectacular experience is all inclusive.
Downstairs is the living area consisting of lounge, dining table, bar and kitchen. The kitchen is well stocked with meats, salads, cheeses, bread, fruit and snacks. There is eggs, bacon, cereals, fruit and yogurt for breakfast, even an ice machine, coffee machine and French press. Sliding glass doors led to a deck with a gas or wood barbecue facility.
Upstairs there is a bedroom with its own sliding glass doors and deck that has wraparound views. The bathroom too has views of the natural environment, even from the toilet. You will experience true African bliss when tucked into the reeds and surrounded by the peaceful river. Floor-to-ceiling glass on three sides provides spectacular views from nearly every space on the villa.
Namushasha River Lodge is always accessible via radio. Staff that look after you will come and go as per your instructions or desire for privacy. The River Villa is available for a maximum of two people only. Should you wish to accommodate a larger group, please consider the accommodation options at Namushasha River Lodge.
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If you prefer a little more excitement consider Jackalberry Lodge or Nkasa Lupala which are a short drive from Namushasha. Is the desert of Namibia a perfect choice for your African safari? Then explore Doro Nawas.
For more information on the area you will be visiting read about the incredible work The Integrated Rural Development and Nature Conservation organisation is doing in Namibia.