Malyo Wilderness Camp took pride in their commitment to tread lightly on the Earth – the result is an organic architecture that blends seamlessly with one of the most breathtaking landscapes in Namibia.
Malyo Wilderness Camp have tented chalets available, as well as a fantastic camping ground under huge, cool, indigenous trees.
The whole area around Malyo is fertile and largely undeveloped, with lush riverine ecosystems supporting abundant game and bird life, with the Mudumu National Park just minutes’ drive away.
Due to very high levels of the Kwando River since 2007, most of Mamili is now swampland and can pose a danger to visit without a guide, while certain areas is totally unreachable.
Between the 450 birds species recorded in this area of the Kwando, the 35 large Fauna species and multiple small species as well as the interesting and unique flora in this region, Malyo Rest Camp is the perfect spot to experience the Kwando Region of the Caprivi, Namibia’s Water Wonderland.
A number of tented bungalows have been erected, equipped with 2 X 3/4 beds for your comfort.
Camping at Malyo Wilderness Camp Namibia has never brought you closer to nature. Stay in the Caprivi for an extended time and experience the richness of the Wetlands.
Malyo Wilderness Camp allow all types of tents and welcome caravans.
In high water season (about 50 days depending on rainfall), the Mopane Bridge can take up to 4 tons, so no need to worry. In the normal season, we have a well-worn road to Malyo Wilderness Camp, reachable by Sedan.