Susuwe Triangle, Namibia

The Susuwe Triangle is a triangle of land situated between the Kwando River and the Bwabwata National Park. Due to its untouched nature, it requires the expertise of 4×4 navigation, which are highly experienced teams of guides are more than capable of providing. Each of our Namibia safaris is done in the safety and comfort of our fleet of custom built 4×4 safari trucks, ensuring that you’ll be able to enjoy the experienced whilst the vehicle easily handles the rugged Susuwe Triangle terrain.

Because of the presence of the Kwando River, a safari to the Susuwe Triangle provides ample opportunity for wildlife viewing. Horseshoe Bend, a large lagoon found along the river, is a must-visit location in the Triangle, as it is frequented by hippos, elephants, buffalo, lion, hyena, leopard, cheetah, wild dog, antelope, impala, sable, roan, waterbuck and tsessebe.

A Namibia safari to the Susuwe Triangle will see that you stay in the Nambwa campsite, situated 14 kilometres from the main road. This is the first campsite in Namibia to include the local community in its development, conservancy structures and its management. A stay in this campsite during your Namibian safari will not only provide you with a unique experience, but it also provides support to the community itself.

From wildlife viewing that’s incomparable to a boat trip down the Kwando River, a Namibian safari that includes a trip to the Susuwe Triangle is one that will provide you with memories unlike any other!

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