Mamili National Park
Mamili National Park also known as Nkasa Lupala National Park holds the distinction of being the largest wetland with conservation status in Namibia. This biodiverse landscape is characterised by dense savannah, reed-lined rivers and lush marshes. Nkasa Lupala National Park is home to the highest concentration of buffaloes in the country, boasting over a thousand of these magnificent creatures. This wetland wildness is a sanctuary for a variety of wildlife such as: abundant herds of elephant, reedbuck and red lechwe which are among the highlights of any Namibian game viewing experience. Other commonly spotted wildlife include: hippo, crocodiles, leopard, hyena, African wild dog, lion, roan antelope and an array of birdlife. Popular activities include: 4×4 off-roading, game viewing, bird watching, and game drives.