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Botswana / Sanctuary Chief's Camp

Recently refurbished Chief’s Camp in the exclusive Mombo Concession of the Moremi Game Reserve, known as the predator capital of Africa, is the setting for this sumptuous bush camp. The expansive new pavilions feature handmade furniture and a private outside lounge and relaxation deck - with private plunge pool - perfect for viewing Botswana’s majestic big blue sky and the Milky Way star canopy at night. The bathrooms offer alfresco showers and large bath tubs; floor-to-ceiling windows and folding glass doors let you freshen up with wrap-around views of the flood plain. Refurbishments in the camp’s main guest area include the newly designed bar and library, an extension of the dining suite and the addition of a pizza deck.

from £945 pppn

Price is per person per night on a fully inclusive basis with game viewing activities.

Children over 5 years of age are welcome.

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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.

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Environmentally friendly

The new solar energy plant - which is one of the largest in Botswana, has been built to help minimise the impact of the camp on the local environment. Supplying 70% of the camps' energy, the solar farm allows the camp to use direct energy from the sun during the day and store energy for use at night ensuring that guests have use of electricity at all times.

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The epitome of luxury

The new Geoffrey Kent Luxury Suite can accommodate from two to six guests and features a private bar, boma, lounge and kitchen, all serviced by a private house-keeper, waiter, guide and vehicle. Ideal for honeymooners or for those looking for utmost privacy and comfort, this suite is the ultimate retreat.

When is the best time to visit Botswana?

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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