Explore Skeleton Coast! The Kunene region is situated in Namibia’s remote north-west, bordering Angola to the north and including the inhospitable Skeleton Coast. The region gets its name from the Kunene River, which forms the border between Namibia and Angola. The landscapes, with their spectacular desert mountains, gorges, plains and ephemeral rivers are stunning. These seasonal rivers create a focus for wildlife – particularly desert adapted elephant and rhino. Zebra, giraffe and various species of antelope and even lion also thrive in this region. The region is home to three main ethnic groups – the Damara, Herero and Himba people, all of whom have a rich cultural heritage
Okahirongo River Camp sits on the remote and unspoilt banks of the Kunene river. Exclusive to say the least, Okahirongo’s Elephant Lodge and River Camp offer you an experience to cherish in the wilderness.