Tambuti Lodge is situated 50m from the river floodplain and 250m from the Rundu town center. Tambuti Lodge is easily accessible and never flooded. This is the ideal stopover before heading into the deeper Kavango and Caprivi Wild.
Tambuti Lodge offers accommodation in eight white washed bungalows beautifully perched above the Kavango River – only a few footsteps from the floodplain. These bungalows are conveniently located in a lush garden right in the centre of Rundu and are only 400m from the nearest banks and shops.
Tambuti Lodge emphasizes on low local carbon foot print through efficient energy uses.
They have a unique small restaurant specializing in local traditional African food and drinks sourcing local ingredients wherever possible to create both traditional and new recipes. This gives the lodge guests the opportunity to explore local flavors, add value to local products and support the local communities providing the ingredients.
Services and facilities:
- Bed and breakfast;
- Restaurant specialized in local ingredients
- Room service;
- Two bars (one public one private);
- Mini-bar in each bungalow;
- Satellite television;
- Room telephone;
- Camping facilities;
- A swimming pool; and
- Canoes to explore the river on your own.
Apart from the kayaks to explore the river on your own, we offer:
- Bird-watching (pre-booked only);
- Sunset cruise in cooperation with a nearby camp on the western floodplain(pre-booking only);
- Tours to the nearby Mbunza living museum (traditional village); and
- The floodplain around Tambuti is also ideal for jogging fanatics (it’s save and has well marked sand trails).
The lodge has founded and is supporting a local orphanage 15km outside town in the poorer rural area which is entirely based on volunteer work. See http://mavanzevillage.webs.com/ (Theresias OVC foundation).
The MUKORO (= river) BAR is the local public bar of Tambuti Lodge where you can mingle with the locals close to Rundu Beach and enjoy a cold beer or cider. The MUKONDI BAR is a more quiet vine bar at the Tambuti restaurant, reception site. Both bars offer traditional and less traditional drinks.