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Hero Image Decking Area With View Serra Cafema Kunene
Hero Image Decking Area With View Serra Cafema Kunene

Serra Cafema

Looking across the river the scenic mountains of Angola, a remote sense of peace envelopes you at Serra Cafema. Looking across the river the scenic mountains of Angola, a remote sense of peace envelopes you at Serra Cafema.
Looking across the river the scenic mountains of Angola, a remote sense of peace envelopes you at Serra Cafema. Looking across the river the scenic mountains of Angola, a remote sense of peace envelopes you at Serra Cafema.
Aerial View Serra Cafema Kunene
Serra Cafema is one of the most remote camps in southern Africa, located right on the banks of the fast flowing Kunene River which forms the boundary between Namibia and Angola whose big black rugged mountains give the camp its name.

Serra Cafema is set in a haven of beautiful old albida trees and luxuriant vegetation and the shade of the trees, the abundant birdlife and the sound of the river rapids create a relaxing and attractive environment from which to explore the fascinating desert landscapes.
Bedroom Serra Cafema Kunene
Bathroom Serra Cafema Kunene
Dining Area Serra Cafema Kunene
The accommodation at Serra Cafema comprises of eight immensely spacious tented suites (one of which is especially for honeymooners), each set on a raised wooden deck with a thatched roof, large bed, comfortable furniture including a hammock and sunken sofa on the veranda, and an en-suite with shower.

In the central area, the Ozonganda, you’ll find both indoor and outdoor dining areas, a lounge, a well-stocked library, and the swimming pool. All of these areas have their own spectacular views of the river and mountains beyond.
You can explore the Kunene by boat, go walking along the riverbank and in neighbouring valleys, and can take quad bike excursions across the pristine dune-scapes, all in the company of highly expert desert guides.

To move further afield, the camp is equipped with desert-adapted four wheel drive vehicles, which provide opportunities to visit little oases to see smaller desert animals.
Main Area Serra Cafema Kunene
Croc Serra Cafema
Himba Woman Serra Cafema Kunene Namibia
Sitting Area Serra Cafema Kunene
Positive Impact
We prioritise working with properties that collaborate with local communities and address location-specific needs from education to anti-poaching. We assess our partners to ensure the people we work with share our values of ensuring our trips continue to act as a force for good. Here we share some of the positive impacts your stay here contributes to.We prioritise working with properties that collaborate with local communities and address location-specific needs from education to anti-poaching. We assess our partners to ensure the people we work with share our values of ensuring our trips continue to act as a force for good. Here we share some of the positive impacts your stay here contributes to.
Community
Community
Here, the local Himba people share their space, wildlife, and culture with us. In turn, Serra Cafema supports them with their expressed needs, namely educational programmes, a mobile medical clinic and nutritional aid.
View Of Kunene River Namibia
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