Lianshulu Lodge in the East Caprivi overlooks the Kwando River and is situated on a private concession inside the Mudumu National Park of Namibia.
The area is a lush wilderness of riverine forest, marsh and open woodland, providing a home for an abundance of wildlife. For the prospective guest to Lianshulu Lodge, the attraction will be found in a quintessentially African experience, blending exceptional service with superb scenery and a fascinating array of fauna and flora.
From the early morning coffee, to the moment when Caprivi drums beckon to a romantic evening, the dedicated staff will provide a high standard of personal, yet unobtrusive attention. Always, the spectacle of an enchanting Africa will keep the visitor to Lianshulu Lodge enthralled.
Children and extra beds
Cancellation / Prepayment
- Airport Shuttle Service
- Car hire
- Outdoor pool
- Private bathroom
- Seating area
- Wake up service
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Mudumu National Park
Mudumu is a National Park in Caprivi Region in north-eastern Namibia. The Park was established in 1990. It covers an area of 737 square kilometres (285 sq mi). Botswana borders it to the west and is surrounded by communal area conservancies. The Kwando River forms the western border with Botswana. Various communal area conservancies and community forests surround Mudumu National Park.
The area is an important migration route from Botswana to Angola for large game species such as African elephant. There is no boundary fence, and Mudumu forms a crucial trans-boundary link for wildlife migration between Angola, Botswana, Namibia and Zambia. It is in the centre of Africa’s largest conservation area, the Kavango-Zambezi Trans-Frontier Conservation Area (KaZa TFCA)
Culture and history infoMudumu National Park was created in 1990, shortly before Namibia's independence. Although the approved size of the park is 1,010 square kilometres (390 sq mi), the actual size is 737 square kilometres (285 sq mi).