Getting There – Mudumu NP

Anthony Ham
By Anthony Ham

Anthony is a renowned Africa expert and author of many Lonely Planet guidebooks, including the 'Botswana & Namibia' guide.

Anthony is a renowned Africa expert and author of the 'Botswana & Namibia' Lonely Planet guide.

Anthony is the author of the 'Botswana & Namibia' Lonely Planet guide.

Travel Alert

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Travel Alert

By car, Mudumu is approximately 1,150km/715mi from the town of Windhoek. Found within the Zambezi Region, it is mostly visited on a self-drive safari. The road conditions are often poor and sometimes unnavigable.

Most visitors enter Namibia via Hosea Kutako International Airport (WDH) located 40km/25mi east of Windhoek. This is where you should rent your 4x4 if driving yourself. You may decide to forgo driving altogether and choose a fly-in trip comprised of charters between various parks and lodges. Lianshulu Lodge, located inside the park, has a private airstrip.

Airlines & Ticket Prices

Please check Skyscanner to see which airlines can take you to Hosea Kutako International Airport (WDH) and what tickets would cost.

Domestic Flights

Charter flights are typically booked by your tour operator as part of your tour package. They usually leave from Eros Airport (ERS) in Windhoek. There are currently no scheduled domestic flights in Namibia.

Passport, Visa & Other Entry Requirements

Please check our Getting There – Namibia page to learn more about passport, visa and other entry requirements.

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