A member of the esteemed association Leading Lodges of Africa, the Divava Okavango Lodge & Spa offers finest comforts in a stunning region, which the locals consider to be one of Namibia’s natural paradises.
Soaring trees frame the Divava Okavango Lodge and cast welcome shade. Almost every part of the hotel property sports a magnificent view of the Okavango River. Moreover, the Mahango Wildlife Reserve, where elephants, buffaloes and antelopes may be observed, lies a mere 14 kilometres away.
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Another great way to observe the wildlife is a boat trip out to the Popa Falls. The Popa Falls change their appearance dramatically depending on the water level of the Okavango River in the course of the seasons.
In the wet season, the water thunders of the edge with terrifying might, roaring majestically and creating clouds of fine mist. However, should you visiting the falls on a different date, the low water runs, trickles and gurgles through countless clefts and canals.
No matter which season you visit, both have their own charms. Moreover, the trip out to the falls is a wonderful occasion to observe the hippopotamus and crocodiles living in seeming harmony in the mighty river.
The Divava Okavango Lodge & Spa has also made a name for itself with the abundance of bird species that populate this sun-kissed country. Moreover, the twenty accommodation units are arranged in such a fashion that the wildlife may be observed without having to leave the comfort of your accommodation.
And location is not the only luxury that the Divava Okavango Lodge & Spa offers. The guest chalets are all equipped with air-conditioning, additional outdoor showers and private balconies that overlook the Okavango River.
The Divava main building is at once impressive and perfectly in tune with its natural surroundings. The general facilities include a restaurant, the Bush Bar, an inviting swimming pool and the Mystique Spa.
And last but not least, the gracious viewing platform is just perfect for sipping a cocktail mixed to perfection while admiring the breathtaking splendour of the African wilderness all around.
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