Things to do in Katima Mulilo

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  • Gale L
    Brighton, UK321 contributions
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    We stayed at Ichingo Lodge and their manager very kindly gave us a tour of the island and took us to see the new bridge being built between Botswana and Namibia - we walked for about 5kms in the bush and learnt a lot about the Island and its people. The next morning he showed us their Health Centre and School and then we visit the 2000 year plus Baobab Tree which was incredible. Definitely worth visiting the island to see the tree.
    Written 8 January 2020
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  • joerg t
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    we did a full day trip with Johan, starting from gondwana zambesi mubala camp to chobe nationalpark via border ngoma. he is such an expert, very handsome and smart. we saw lots of wild life and had a splendid day with Johan in a comfortable car. he gave us many helpful information about the region and the administrative handling issues in botswana and namibia. easy going and very good company, recommendation is very positiv. thanks and lots of appreciation to this guys. gisela and joerg from germany, okt. 2022
    Written 9 November 2022
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  • MumbaiRiders
    Mumbai, India1 793 contributions
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    HIPPO AQUACULTURE FARM IS CLOSED AND NO MORE IN EXISTENCE.
    It was a long 8 Km drive from "Kololo Guesthouse" on the Katima Mulio -Windhoek highway through one of the loneliest roads i have been on,absolutely no sign of humans. Finally reached the huge gate of "Hippo Aquaculture Farm" with no human in sight and thanks to driver Jimmy who personally opened the gate and drove the car into the estate that we managed to enter this palatial lodgea quaculture farm.
    A young lady was feeding the fish in the barrel shaped fish ponds.I approached her and she allowed me to film her feeding the fish later ringing up the owner about my arrival.The owner a White Namibian Mr Gunther.Hertz arrived at the scene and mistook me to be a buyer of fish farms.He told me that "Covid-19" had ruined tourism and their "Hippo Aquaculture Farm" had closed down and would be sold and occupied by the Namibian Armed Forces.He told me to meet Mr Imran.Vadi in Katima Mulilo who owned a aquaculture farm and taxi driver Jimmy knew the address which was a great relief.Thanked German origin Namibian Mr Gunther.Hertz and drove out of the palatial farm estate that was straight out of a Hollywood or Bollywood film set
    Written 16 October 2022
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