N//Gaobaca meaning ‘boiling water’ is the Kxoe name for Popa Falls. Situated on the eastern bank of the Okavango, the campsite offers some of the best views of the Popa Falls. N//Gaobaca Community Campsite is also known for the abundance and variety of birdlife in the floodplains.
The camp consists of four individual, secluded campsites (for 2-3 tents each; one larger site is suitable for 4-6 tents). There is a bed of sand for each tent, surrounded by grass and lush riverine vegetation. Large old trees provide shade. Two sites have private wooden decks overlooking the river and the Popa rapids.
Each site is equipped with running water, a hot shower, a flush-toilet, a fireplace and a thatched open kitchen.
Please note: There is no electricity is available at the campsite.
For bookings please contact Ester on +264 81 292 7793.