Twin River Lodge


Impalila Island, Namibia


Twin River Camp can be found at the far eastern tip of Namibia on the Impalila Island right where the waters of the Zambezi and Chobe rivers meet. Twin River Camp has been built with both the fly and conventional fisherman in mind and promises a fishing experience to remember with over 90 different fish species found in the Zambezi and Chobe rivers including the well-renowned tiger fish.

package information
4 night self-catering package
Valid 1 Jan - 31 Dec 2017
From R 4,300 PPS
  • 4 Nights self-catering Accomodation
  • Boat hire and guide
  • 25 litres of fuel per boat per day
  • Return boat transfers from Kasane Immigrations
  • All Drinkss
  • Flights
  • All Meals
  • Wood
  • Ice
  • Visas
  • Travel Insurance
  • Gratuities
  • Extra fuel
  • Anything not mentioned above
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Prices are quoted per person sharing. The package excludes visas where required,
drinks & additional items not mentioned in the package.

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About Twin River Camp


Twin River Camp is an ideal spot for both fly and conventional fishermen as it is found right where the Zambezi River and Chobe River meet. With over 90 fish species found in the two rivers, this is fishing paradise.

This special spot is ideal for those fishermen who dare take on the giantly renowned tiger fish creating a fishing experience one will talk about for years to come.

The Zambezi floodplain is rejuvinated by the annual flood which restocks the Zambezi river with all manner of life,making it the ideal place for fish to breed. Twin River Camp is the ideal place to catch that trophy tiger.


Fishing at Twin River Camp

  • The eastern Caprivi is home to large floodplains with their diverse habitats and variety of fishable waters suitable for beginner or skilled angler alike.
  • The most sort after prized of these waters is the Tiger fish renown for their ferocious knock and hard fight, can reach up to 20 lbs but there are a number of bream species plus African Pike, catfish and Zambezi Yellowfish which are valued catches.
  • Ichingo is known for quality guiding and the number of well maintained boats which include two jet boats that allow the lodge access to the rapids even in low water.
  • Guests have unrestricted access over 100 kms of fishing waters including the winding Kasai Channel and the streams, islands and backwaters of the Chobe and Mambova rapids.
  • Ichingo offers excellent all year fishing: The annual flood around January and February saturates the floodplains up river allowing the river to replenishing its fish stocks with fingerlings which are flushed into the main channels when the waters start to recede once more. Tigerfish take full advantage of all this extra food, and this can result in incredible Tiger frenzies during the winter months.
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