The Jackalberry Tower

The main building is build around a huge Jackalberry tree and has first and second floors that houses the reception area, dinning area, lounge and bar area. The second floor has spacious and comfortable lounge providing guests with an exceptional view of the surrounding while the ground floor hosts communal fire place for evening catch up.

Jackalberry Lodge enjoys its prime location which make a perfect base for Park experience and exploration. The lodge is located on the Linyanti river lagoons where a large population of the park’s wildlife roams freely and could be spotted from the lodge decks through the floodplains of Namibia and woodlands of Botswana just across the river.

The Camp is located in the center of KAZA TFCA

Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area
Supporting large herds of elephant and buffalo, plus rare and endangered species such as roan and sable antelope, the North-East Parks, including Nkasa Rupara National Park, constitute important corridors for animal movement within the greater region in Namibia and surrounding countries. It is in this context that the North-East Parks form the geographical heart of the Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (KAZA TFCA). This massive area includes numerous proclaimed national parks (including Nkasa Rupara), game reserves, community conservation areas, forest reserves, and iconic tourism destinations such as the Victoria Falls and Okavango Delta. KAZA TFCA aims to broaden the protected areas network, thus increasing biodiversity, expanding historical game migration routes and drawing more tourists to the area. In a place where local communities often bear the costs of living with wildlife, KAZA TFCA aims to make the protection of wildlife and their habitats economically more attractive to rural communities.

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