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Popa Falls, while more a series of rapids than a waterfall, is situated on the banks of the Kavango River which in turn flows into the Botswana Delta.
Popa Falls is just 15km from the Mahango Game Park making it an ideal base to explore the wildlife in this exceptionally scenic yet remote north eastern section of Namibia with its perennial rivers, magnificent indigenous woodlands, riverine forests, floodplains and reed - lined channels.
The Kunene is a popular destination for anglers. Tigerfish, Threespot and Greenheaded tilapia are just some of the species of game fish that occur in the Kavango River. Fishermen should bring their own fishing tackle and buy a fishing permit from the office at Popa Falls.
The 'falls' are in fact a series of cascades created by a quartzite ledge that causes the river to split into numerous channels. They can be accessed on foot from the rest camp.
Accommodation at Popa Falls Camp
Built from local timber and thatch; the small, secluded camp offers simple but comfortable accommodation in idyllic surroundings. Popa Falls is a simple camp with basic clean huts and camping sites with a communal kitchen.
A Campsite, 2-Sleeper River Cabins, 4-Sleeper River Chalets and Luxury River Cabins.
A wide variety of wildlife species, including elephant, hippo, buffalo, crocodile, red Lechwe, reedbuck, roan and sable antelope, and if you're lucky, even the elusive Sitatunga antelope can be observed in this area, and the birding in this area is very poplular with over 450 species of birds recorded.