The Caprivi Strip is a narrow strip of land between Angola and Zambia to the north, Botswana on the south and to the west is Namibia’s Okavango Region. The Caprivi is the wettest region in Namibia. It is one of the high rainfall area and a land of some major rivers like the Okavango, Kwando, and Zambezi.
The abundance of water, there are a large variety of animals, including a large population of elephants. There are four reserves to protect wildlife. The animals can roam freely across the borders of the neighboring countries.