Hidden beneath the pyramidal crowns of mangosteen trees in a permanent section of the Okavango Delta, the camp offers a year-round water based experience with exciting opportunities to explore by motorboat and mokoro safaris, the mokoro trips in particular enabling guests to quietly approach smaller wildlife. The camp’s interconnected walkways and ramps lead to viewing decks and an excellent range of amenities including seating areas, fire pits and an attractive rim flow pool, whilst the spacious suites themselves are built on raised platforms to provide expansive views over the Delta. The traditional thatch and reed lodge has a dining room which leads to an open-air patio that’s ideal for brunch, afternoon tea and convivial get-togethers round the fire. The camp is fully solar powered. Nearby islands offer the chance to track larger land-based animals on guided walking safaris; birders will delight in the abundance of freshwater species including the white-backed night heron and rare Pels Fishing Owl. Anglers, too, will be in their element with opportunities to catch tiger fish and bream.
Prices are per night based on two people sharing on a fully inclusive basis with game viewing activities.
Children over the age of 5 years are welcome.
Our pricing aims to give an indication of the price range from low to high season. Low season for Botswana is generally between the months of January and March, high season runs from June to October. Supplements may apply to peak periods such as Christmas and Easter. Prices are per person per night based on 2 sharing. Regional departures and single supplements are available on request. Accommodation only prices do not include flights. Date restrictions, terms and conditions apply to our special offers, please call for details.
The best time to visit Botswana for game viewing in the delta areas is during the dry winter season from April to October when animals are drawn to water sources. Days are warm and sunny although nights can drop below freezing – in October temperatures can be particularly hot. The Okavango area tends to be more moderate than the Kalahari where seasonal differences are more extreme and activities vary according to wet (November – March) and dry (April – October) seasons.
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