The Caprivi is a narrow strip of land in the far northeast of Namibia. Approximately 400km long, it protrudes from the rest of the country like a finger, sharing borders with 4 other countries: Angola, Botswana, Zambia and Zimbabwe. This is the wettest region in Namibia and consists mostly of a complex network of rivers, a fertile wilderness area of riverine forests, flood plains, deltas and open woodlands. This habitat is home to a large variety of animal and bird species. Spectacular herds of buffalo, reedbuck, lechwe and elephant are among the highlights of any game viewing experience in the Caprivi.