Mamili National Park is a national park in Namibia. Mamili is centered on the Nkasa and Lupala islands on the Kwando and Linyanti rivers in the south-western corner of East Caprivi. Lupala Island can be reached by road, Nkasa Island in not reachable because the access is flooded. The only way to get in the park is true Sangwali village (Wuparo conservancy).
Vegetation is dominated by species associated with floodplains and termitaria. Floodplains provide ideal protection for mammals which live in swamps and floodplains such as the sitatunga and red lechwe, buffalo, wild dog. This area is the last stronghold of the remnant population of Puka. Wattled cranes have been recorded breeding here.