Kaisosi River Lodge is situated 7 kms East of Rundu, in the North East of Namibia on the banks of the perennial Okavango River and on the route to Popa Falls and the Caprivi.
We offer you complete relaxation and a true African experience. This peaceful oasis, which can be reached in a normal sedan vehicle, is an ideal place for nature lovers and bird watchers to spend a few fulfilling days.
Rundu is one of Namibia`s most beautiful landscapes and is a unique spot to visit. Spectacular sunsets, friendly people, comfortable accommodation and fine cuisine makes the Kaisosi River Lodge a must for all travellers.
Great spots for fishing and birds watching are available along the river. Guided fishing trips as well as river cruises on the Kavango River can be arranged.
Kaisosi River Lodge has a luxurious swimming pool and bar area, just what you need to recharge your batteries after a long tiring journey.
Delectable meals are served in our thatched restaurant. We take our guests on sundowner cruises every evening and will be happy to arrange a floating breakfast on the river if required.
Spending a few days at Kaisosi River Lodge will make your visit to Namibia`s water-rich North-East complete.
Accommodation at Kaisosi River Lodge:
Accommodation consists of luxury thatched chalets, which are available as single, double or family units, all with bathrooms en suite. Mosquito nets are provided.
The camping site caters for groups of campers and caravaners, as well as for individuals and groups who require their own ablution facilities.
- Sunset cruise (1 Hour - Depart 16h30 winter time / 17h30 summer time)
- Champagne breakfast cruise (Depart at 07h00)
- Fishing Trip (tackle available)
- 30 to 15 days prior to arrival date - 25%
- 14 to 08 days prior to arrival date - 50%
- 7 days or less prior to arrival date - 100%
- Non-arrivals - 100%
Facilities & Services available:
Bar on the Premises
Fireplace on the Premises
Parking (off-street - covered)
Kaisosi River Lodge is a Bed and Breakfast, Caravan park and Hotel in Rundu Northern Region Namibia