Susuwe Island Lodge lies on Namibia's remote Kwando River. This thatched island lodge in Africa blends in perfectly with its surroundings. The main complex has lofty canopy decks incorporating the riverine forest, overlooking endless savannahs, glistening wetlands full of lily-pads and ancient Kalahari woodlands.
The Kawando River is a permanent water source nourishing delicate ecosystems and sustaining varied animals such Lion, Leopard, the Sickle-Horned Sable antelope, the rare and endangered Wild Dog, plus considerable birdlife.
Stately forests of Sausage trees, Leadwood and Knobthorn dapple the intense sunlight as it falls across the wooden viewing decks of this remote island lodge in Africa.
The Kwando River brings life to the grasslands, which host a large population of animals. There are no boundary fences at this island lodge in Africa so ancient migratory routes are used by vast herds of Buffalo following their instinct to travel to richer grazing lands.