Divava Okavango Resort & Spa

Description

Although the Popa Falls are little more than a 1.2 km wide line of tumbling rapids with a fall of about 4 metres, they are a significant feature of the Okavango River and a noteworthy tourist attraction. Divava is built within a few hundred metres of the falls which are therefore an ever-present feature of the sound- and land-scape. Guests enjoy the sight, sound and spirit of the Falls and can explore them during a short walk from the Lodge, or view them from the water during a boat trip, when hippos and crocodiles are also often sighted.

To view a wider range of wildlife, most guests opt to visit Mahango Game Park either with one of our guided Game Drives, or independently in their own 4×4 vehicle. Game is more visible in the dry season (June to October) while birds are more plentiful in the rainy season from November to March.

Meanwhile, back at the Lodge, the Mystique Spa is available for sauna, massage, hydro-bath or steam treatment. Some guests may not even want to stir beyond their luxurious room with its private deck offering spectacular views over the river from the high riverbank. Nevertheless, the lure of Mokoro trips, Fishing Adventures, River Island Excursions and Traditional Village Tours to learn about the culture and history of the local people, is usually too great to resist. Located close to Divundu at the western end of Zambezi Divava Okavango Resort & Spa is a luxurious riverside development designed to offer the discerning guest accommodation, comfort and service of the highest order, spiced with hints of Namibian Culture and Safari style Adventure, on land and along the mighty Okavango River. Within sight and sound of the Popa Falls, the senses are stimulated and the body is cossetted in the Spa. .

Included

  • DBB

Accommodation Types

Luxury Chalets

Starting from N$ 3250

Accommodation Info

20 Luxury Rooms: built to international standards, but in the charming traditional thatched style of African huts, and with large decks overlooking the Okavango River, well spaced for privacy in the tranquil gardens.

Room Features

Air-Conditioning
Seating Area
Complimentary Toiletries
Hair Dryer
Desk
Housekeeping
Safe
Coffee / Tea Station
Mosquito Net
En-Suite
Mini Bar

Property Amenities

Free internet
Pool
Bar / Lounge
Restaurant
Breakfast Available
Outdoor Dining Area
Wine / Champagne
Outdoor Furniture
Sun Terrace
Sun Umbrellas
Laundry Service
Spa
Wi-Fi

Activities

Game Drive to Mahango National Park – Starting from N$770
a Good chance to spot four of The Big Five - Elephant, Buffalo, Lion and Leopard! Also Sable and Roan Antelope, Bushbuck, Reedbuck, Tsessebe. 14 km away - self-drive, or take one of our Game-Drives.

Boat Safari - – Starting from N$700
To see Hippos, Crocodiles, bird-life, etc. or to watch the sun set over Popa Falls with a drink and snacks.

Fishing Adventure Trip: – Starting from N$600
How about catching a Tiger Fish, Tilapia, Catfish or some other exotic species

Traditional Village Tour: – Starting from N$360
The Kavango inhabitants welcome you and show you their customs, culture and much more . . .

Game Drive in Buffalo Game Park: – Starting from N$5900 (Per vehicle, Max 6 Pax)
Birds and big game - well worth a visit, but may be flooded during the rainy season

Popa Falls:
Explore the Falls themselves - when the water level is sufficiently low, it is possible to boulder-hop across some of the channels to get a better view of the cascades.

Mystique Spa:
Five private treatment rooms with river view, designed to look like traditional African Rondawels (round huts) comprising steam room, sauna, hydro bath, 2 massage rooms.

Price Breakdown

Rates for 2022
Luxury Chalets
N$ 3 250.00

Address

GPS Coordinates: S 18° 06’ 51.28” E 021° 35’ 15.66”

Children Policy

  • One child may share the room but Divava is not recommended for toddlers. Baby-sitting is available (by prior arrangement)
  • 0-5 years Free of Charge
  • 6-12 years – starting from N$1290

Terms & Conditions

Cancellation Policy

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