In the Okavango region of northern Namibia is hidden a small reserve of great importance. Here the famed Okavango River begin to split into canals that create the Okavango Delta in Botswana.
The Mahango is part of the Bwabwato National Park (Old Caprivi Strip Park), and form one of the main conservancy core areas in Namibia.
The Mahango was created to protect the Namibian Okavango Delta Panhandle, and to give an save corridor for the movement of wildlife to and from the Okavango River.
As one of the few conservation core areas in Namibia, no lodges or camps
are allowed in the conservancies.
This reserve is home to various protected and endangered species, such as: Roan Antelope and the African Wild Dog. Various other species are attracted by the ever-green grass and water. Large herds of buffalo, elephant and impala are seen here.
The diverse wildlife and the many bird species make this Reserve a worthy visit.