Experience the ancient and unique culture of the Ju/’hoansi. And you will also be contributing to the improved livelihoods of the local San community. 100% of profits generated by the Tucsin Tsumkwe Lodge fund local projects in education, income generation, training, cultural preservation and more.
Over fifteen-hundred elephants permanently reside or migrate through the Nyae Nyae Conservancy. The waterhole at the lodge is a frequent stopping point for elephants during the dry season, as well as kudu, eland, hyena and a wide variety of bird species.
- 6 x Campsites are adjacent to the lodge.
- Each with electrical point
- Water point
- BBQ pit
- Communal washing and toilet facilities.
Tsumkwe Lodge – SA Campsites