Tour overview

Divava Okavango Resort & Spa, in the Bagani area close to Divundu, is  Namibia ’s hidden wildlife paradise in the Kavango Region, where time stands still. The Resort is nestled amongst majestic trees on the banks of the Okavango River, sharing common borders with the renowned Popa Falls.

The mighty Okavango River  and the abundance of wildlife in the Mahango Game Reserve and Buffalo Game Parks commissioned Divava Okavango Resort & Spa to provide guests the ultimate opportunity to enjoy wildlife, nature and luxury in the Bush. Upon arrival, you would encounter the green tropical oasis in which the charming African thatched buildings and sparkling pool are settled. Divava is fondly referred to “Paradishi Ghomumbiru” (Little Paradise) by the locals.


  • Accommodation
  • Breakfast and Dinner Meals

Not Included

  • Items of personal nature
  • Meals not mentioned
  • Activities


Overlooking the Okavango River: Divava Okavango Resort & Spa is one of its kind in the Kavango region of Namibia. The complete lodge, the restaurant, the spa, and the rooms are overlooking the mighty Okavango River. At only 1km away from the Popa falls, you get a natural soundtrack of these rafts in the background.


The chalets
Divava Okavango Resort & Spa renders 20 luxury air-conditioned, spacious chalets with large decks. The chalets are located on a high riverbank, giving you an incredible overview of the Okavango River.

Inside the rooms
Each chalet offers large, comfortable beds enclosed with stylish mosquito nets, mini bar, coffee/tea facilities, and air-conditioning.

The Bathroom
The large en-suite bathroom sports a large bathtub and separate shower as well as an outdoor shower for the nature experience.

Indoor shower
Outdoor shower
Double sinks
Separate toilet

Private deck
Each room has a large deck. It is located in the chalets corner, so all the balconies offer privacy and an incredible view. On your private deck, you can enjoy a drink from the minibar or the coffee and tea facilities.


Activities at Divava, as with many of the lodges in the Caprivi, focus predominantly on the river and include fishing, sundower cruises, mokoro trips, boat safaris and even island dinners