Monthly Archives: June 2014

Responsible tourism drives award winning Ngepi camp

An article about Ngepi Camp on the Namibian Tourism Expo blog!

Ngepi camp on the Kavango river in the far north east of Namibia is a magical remote destination in the Okavango swamps. It is a paradise of flooded plains and secret swampy backwaters, teaming with wildlife, as we are nestled between Mahangu National park, a few km’s to the south, and Bwabwata National Park directly opposite across the river. Read more on the Namibian Tourism Expo blog.

 

Ngepi Tree houses – where your feet are in nature

A blog by Rachel Lang You haven’t experienced the full magic of Ngepi Camp until you have stayed in one of their tree houses… This morning I woke up with the sunrise between my toes. Little chirping birds – bou bou’s, babblers, and white-browed robin chats – were happily hopping on the branches near myContinue Reading

Dear Mr. Westerner

EVERYONE SHOULD READ THIS LETTER WHICH DESCRIBES THE REALITY OF THE WONDERFULL PEOPLE WHO LIVE HERE AND HAVE TO ENDURE Mr. Westerner……. Dear Mr. Westerner, My name is Potsotso Motchopi and my family and I still live in a mud hut near a great river you call the Okavango. Many foreigners visit these last yearsContinue Reading