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Epupa Camp
Location & Contact Details
Address: D3700
Kunene river
Contact : Rianne Selle
INT Tel : +264-65-685053
Cell : +264-81-3664003

Waving palms, spectacular sunsets, the rush of perennially flowing waters cascading down richly colored rock walls, a vibrant bird life. This is Epupa Camp, situated east of the Epupa Falls on the banks of the Kunene River in northwestern Namibia. Our small tented camp offers you a relaxing yet exhilarating few days of personalized service and excellent meals in the seclusion of a lush riverine wilderness of baobabs, wild figs and Makalani palms.

Epupa Camp campsite is situated well out of reach of the sometimes noisy Epupa Village and visitors can be ensured of falling asleep hearing only the tranquil sounds of the Kunene River and nocturnal animals and birds. The Epupa area offers much to see, experience and do. A visit to Epupa Camp will allow for you most memorable stay in Namibia.


Epupa Camp consists of nine luxury safari-style tents erected on stone platforms, each with two single beds and en-suite bathroom. All tents have electricity and mosquito netting and an outside, shaded balcony overlooking the tranquil Kunene River. Large makalani palms overhead provide welcome shade from the midday sun.

The adjacent dining room and lounge area also face the Kunene River, along with a lounging pool for cooling down from the midday heat, or enjoying a glass of sparkling wine while watching the sun set.

Epupa Camp works closely with the local community to provide them with access to development opportunities and direct benefits through tourism. Epupa Camp has a sound ecological policy that includes removing all solid waste from the area and, whenever practical, recycling waste.

A minimum stay of two nights, ideally three, is recommended to fully benefit from everything the Epupa area has to offer.

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