Serra Cafema Camp
Named after the biggest mountain range in southern Angola, the camp is situated on the southern banks of the might Kunene River. Under big, shady “Ana” trees (Faidherbia albida) you will find a clean, peaceful camp with swimming pool, bar and a cosy atmosphere. Camp Serra Cafema is unique in this region and a paradise for nature friends and birdwatchers.
Besides breathtaking landscapes in the Hartmann Valley, which can be enjoyed on a 4x4 drive, the Kunene offers ideal opportunities for birdwatching. Now and again, whilst on a boat trip you can watch the Kunene crocodiles. Fishing from the small jetty at the camp or a short walk through the deserted, beautiful area will sustain unforgettable moments. Serra Cafema is often visited by the Ovahimba; nomadic people of Herero descent who still live and dress according to ancient customs and traditions.
This comprises fully equipped “Meru” tents all with bathrooms en suite. There are 5 twin-bedded tents and two pilot/guide tents.
Guided Nature drives in 4x4 vehicles
Bird watching is excellent
Boat cruises on the Kunene River
Fishing on the Kunene River
Cultural interaction with the Ovahimba people
Full board and lodging, drinks (inclusive of alcoholic drinks) and all activities.
Air transfers, small community levy & items of a personal nature.
We regret no children under 12 years.