Kayova River Lodge

An authentic African experience

Why us?


rooms for webThe authentic African experience you get at Kayova River Lodge is enhanced by the warm and welcoming accommodation we offer. Eight double-roomed thatched, air-conditioned bungalows fitted with mosquito nets and en-suite facilities, afford panoramic views across the Okavango river and plains beyond. Take in the spectacular evening sunset from your own private veranda, or listen to the peaceful sounds of the river at dawn.


Kayova River Lodge is a richly flowering park offering a peaceful oasis for visitors, in a fairly remote location. It is fully equipped with all the comforts you need, including:

  • WiFi Internet
  • Swimming pool
  • Bar
  • Restaurant and outdoor dining area
  • conference house for 80 people
  • 8-seater boat


Kayova River Lodge offers a new conference house that accommodates 80 pax, and is equipped with flipcharts, notepads and pencils. Plugpoints are available for additional equipment brought in, like laptops and projectors.


River pinkKayova River Lodge offers an outstanding opportunity for an eco-Friendly vacation, especially for Fishing, Birding, Wildlife and Photo Tours. In addition to some of the finest fishing in Namibia, we offer game viewing cruises on the Okavango in our eight-seater boat, with opportunities for spectacular birding, game viewing and photography. Aquatic species like hippo and crocodile may be viewed while fishing or relaxing in the boat.

Engage in some contact with the local people to learn about their local customs, traditions and daily lives. Or attend Sunday church services with a Northern Namibian twist, complete with drums, singing and dancing.

Day or overnight visits to nearby game reserves near Caprivi and Botswana can also be arranged, including:

  • Caprivi: The 32km wide Caprivi Game Park is open year-round and boasts clear streams and lush islands, and teems with buffalo, elephant, lion, leopard, hippo, and roan and other antelopes.
  • Mahangu National Park: Rich in fauna and flora, it is a birders paradise with over 420 different bird species.
  • Khaudum Game Park: Wild and undeveloped, and was established with conservation as its main aim. Often called ‘Namibia’s forgotten wilderness’ this area suits the adventurous traveller, as it offers an ‘off the beaten track’ experience.
  • Popa Falls: Usually admired as part of a boat trip these rapids in the Okavango River drop about three metres over a rocky area, caused by a geological fault.

For bookings or information use the form or contact:

Juanita Steyn: +264 (0)66 258 212
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