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Best 5 Reasons To Visit Mudumu National Park In Namibia

The best 5 reasons to visit mudumu National Park In Namibia include; nature walks, game viewing, birding, camping, and fishing in kwango river in Mudumu National park. North-eastern Namibia’s Caprivi Region is home to the 737 square kilometer Mudumu National Park, which was created in 1990.s, a geographical salient jutting out of Namibia’s northeastern corner is caprivi strip what is also referred to as Caprivi.

Mudumu serves as a vital trans-boundary passageway for wildlife to go between Angola, Botswana, Namibia, and Zambia. African elephants and other large game species in this area majorly migrating since there are no boundary fences in the park.The Caprivi Region’s history is remarkable. The irregularly shaped strip of land was added to Namibia (German South West Africa) after negotiations between Germany and other colonial nations towards the close of the 19th century.

Mudumu National Park is a great travel destination for adventurous safaris in the Zambezi Region surrounded by the community forests which attract tourists for namibia safari tours travel. Namibia has got 14 regions where one of them is the Zambezi Region. It is situated in the country’s northeastern region. It shares a lot of similarities with the significant Zambezi River, from which it derives its name. The town of Katima Mulilo serves as the region’s capital and includes eight electoral regions.


1. Nature walks in Mudumu National Park

In Mudumu national park guided nature walks are conducted in the dense mopane woodlands and the Kalahari woodlands providing tremendous cover for the variety of wildlife species living in the area like the buffalo, crocodile, elephant, eland, giraffe, hippopotamus, kudu, roan antelope, oribi, impala, wildebeest, and zebra.

The Kwando, a fossilized river that runs through the center of the park and only flows during the rainy season and attracts activities like biking and photography among others in Mudumu National Park, is characterized by a riverine ecosystem that follows along it, making the national park’s nature walk a fantastic experience.

A tour guide will always accompany you on any nature hikes you do in Mudumu Park and will lead you along the specified paths. This is typically done early in the day, before the sun comes up, and while your walk you will be able to observe some animal species that were missed out during the game drive. It is also a great method for one to appreciate the wildlife and scenery that is present within the National Park. The various campgrounds that can be found in the park are responsible for organizing the nature walks, therefore it is best to learn more about the various camps that offer nature walks before visiting the park.

Before you go, it is best to learn more about the camps that offer nature walks. Also, don’t forget to pack appropriate clothing and sturdy hiking shoes as you head out for your morning walk. The nature walks are organized by the various camps that can be found in the park.


2. Game viewing in the Mudumu National park

Most often done during the dry season, game drives through the Mudumu National Park are among of the greatest methods to travel across the Park and observe some good wildlife species. The dry season is ideal for game drives even though the park’s internal roads are not in the best condition. Some of the animal species that can be viewed during a game drive through Mudumu National Park include hyenas, elands, lions, the African buffalo, the red Lechwe, the cape buffalo, the Burchell’s zebra, crocodiles, situngas, hippos, the African leopards, spotted necked o

The southern part of the Park due to its remoteness and tropical climate it is rarely visited but has a lot of water where more than 400 different species of birds can be seen attracting birders in Mudumu National National Park.

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3. Birding in the Mudumu National Park

Mudumu National Park offers first rate of bird watching with a variety of habitats, and over 400 bird species differ especially in the wetlands being a magnet for birding like  the carmine bee-eaters, coppery-tailed coucal, African jacana, Bradfield’s, hornbill and Rufous-bellied heron, with the majority of them visible during the rainy season. More of the bird species you might see here include the African fish eagle, the western banded snake eagle, the African skimmer, the African Jacana, the collared palm thrush, the Bradfield hornbill, the rufous bellied heron, the slaty egret, the grey-backed Ci Since the roads are not the finest and get worse during the rainy season, it is advised that you hire a rental car before you go birdwatching in the Mudumu National Park.

Bird species found in Mudumu National Park are mostly abundant in the Wet season, from November to April making it a more practical chance to the tourists interested in birding and photography in Mudumu National Park. In order to comfortably navigate the poor, slick roads in the Mudumu National Park where you will be birding, it is advised that you get a 4×4 vehicle. The roads are not the finest and they grow worse during the rainy season.

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4. Self-drive through the Mudumu National Park

Mudumu National Park is a great travel destination for adventurous safaris in the Zambezi Region with various wildlife densitions and a variety of resident and migrating animals which make a visits worthwhile.

Through game drives in Mudumu National Park expect to see good herds of elephant and buffalo as well as a variety of antelope which attract photography that most visitors would need in a national park.

Although you will need to purchase a map showing you which routes to use and which ones to avoid so that you do not get close to the animals that are considered dangerous, the Mudumu National Park is renowned for not having official gates that keep it enclosed. This means that the animals move around freely making it easy for the tourists to easily spot the animals. Unlike when you are with a tour guide who controls your pace, the beauty of self-drives in the Mudumu is that you get to set your own pace when it comes to wildlife viewing and birding. However, it should be noted that these self-rives are rarely done in Mudumu National Park.


5. Fishing in the Kwando River In Mudumu National Park

In Mudumu National Park, Kwando River forms the boundary between Namibia Angola and Zambia after making its way through the Caprivi Strip flowing along the border of Mudumu National Park. Many tourists are allowed to fish in the Kwando River while they take boat rides along it, which passes close by the Mudumu National Park. Numerous boats are available for rent, and individuals can also unwind on the Kwando River’s banks while taking in the cool atmosphere and the variety of birds that call the river home.

Prior to disappearing, the Okavango River in one direction splits into a maze of channels, islands, and oxbow lakes, forming the vast Linyanti Swamps with waters that nourish the land and supply local fishermen with water to cast their nets for tilapia, tiger fish, and the ripples of turtles.

papyrus beds act as fish nurseries, and serve superb wetland bird habitat roughly 430 bird species have been recorded in the region, all these attracting various tourist activities in Mudumu National Park.

How To Access Mudumu National Park

To get to Mudumu National Park visitors have to travel along the Trans-Caprivi-Highway to Kongola, from there drive to the south and the road conditions are often poor, a visitor can enter Namibia via Hosea Kutako International Airport  located 40 km/25 mi east of Windhoek, rent a 4×4 car in case of self drive or choose a fly-in trip comprised of charters between various parks and lodges like Lianshulu Lodge, located inside the park which has a private airstrip or gatting more information with tripadvisor caprivi strip zambezi region.

When To Visit Mudumu National Park In Namibia

In Mudumu National Park the best time to spot lots of animals is from June till October, probably because it’s dry and animals tend to hang around to the water  The bush is also less thick, which makes it easier to find them. During the wet months (November-April), water can be found everywhere and the bush is a lot denser, which makes it some how difficult to locate animals.

Wet season from November to April provides chance to see the summer migrants of herds of animals however, roads are always bad due to the wet weather conditions, the dry season May-October is more practical since there is more access to animals in Mudumu National Park.

Accommodation In Mudumu National Park

Accommodation in Mudumu National Park is offered by different accommodation service providers like the amazing campsite in livingstones garden  with awesome campground, excellent amenities, close to the water, and beautiful restrooms with sinks and showers and pricey wood, Malyo Wilderness Camp, Camp Kwando, Sharwimbo River Camp, Sharwimbo Adventure Lodge, Namushasha River Lodge among other hotels where a visitor can choose an accommodation type such as Bed and Breakfast, Guest House, holiday home, self catering or Hotel or Check out  Mudumu National Park Specials, according to the different visitor preferences matching the budget in Mudumu National Park.

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Mudumu National Park has an abundance of wildlife like elephants, zebras, antelopes, buffalos Hippos and crocodiles, a lot of water in the southern part of the Park, with more than 400 different species of birds which make great holidays and vacations for tourists through participating in the different activities like biking, fishing, nature walks, game viewing  among others all of which you can strip zambezi region your complete vaction , Kubwa five safaris is the answer to the great experience achievement in Mudumu National Park, for bookings Kubwa safaris offices can be reached or found online and can be contacted for more information.