Divundu(1.090 m above sea level) is a town on the south-eastern banks of the Okavango River in the Kavango Region, Namibia, 200 km east of Rundu. Divundu has a population of around 5.430 inhabitants and is homestead of the local Mbukushu kings. On the opposite, north-eastern banks of the river lies Kakutji in Angola and the two towns are linked via a nearby border post. Today, Divundu is the third town of the Kavango region, after Rundu. Game drives to the nearby national park, Bwabwata National Park, are well known for their diversity of wildlife in typical riverine and swampland habitat. Tourists frequent the Ndhovu Safari Lodge which offers boat cruises to the Popa Falls including camping and guided village tours to the local Kamutjonga village.