The Mudumu Park in Namibia covers approximately 737 square kilometers. It is a migratory route for wildlife through Angola, Namibia, Botswana and Zambia. Mudumu Park is flat with neither hills nor valleys. It is surrounded by vast commercial farmland, ranches, woodlands and shrubs. Buffalos, leopards, hyenas, cheetahs, wild dogs, elands and giraffes roam freely in this park. The rivers within the parks are habitat to a diverse aquatic life including hippos, crocodiles, tilapias and the Tiger Fish. The Mudumu Park is also home to over 430 indigenous, endangered and endemic bird species. Privately owned Lodges within the region provide visitors with a comfortable and relaxing stay.