Found in the very heart of the Okavango Delta, Camp Okavango is set on the beautiful Nxaragha Island and affords guests a year round water-wonderland and fantastic game viewing. The Okavango is not only the world's largest inland delta it is home to a plethora of wildlife, with strong elephant concentrations, exciting activities and comfortable accommodation.
Guests can expect large safari tents raised off of the ground on wooden platforms to better take advantage of the views. The en-suite tents are perfect for a spot of casual game viewing; when not out exploring open the glass doors and sit out on the viewing deck to watch wildlife pass by camp. For those in search of the best the Camp Okavango has to offer the Okavango Suite is recommended. A great option for honeymooners and those in search of higher levels of privacy the large thatched cottage ensures a comfortable stay.
The main guest areas provide all the facilities the discerning traveller expects, with a dining room, bar and a library at hand. There's also a charming patio area where guests can gather around the camp fire of an evening and share stories of the day's exploits. Activities from the camp are brilliant and conducted by experienced guides; enjoy mokoro rides along the Delta or explore the area on foot with nature walks.
How to get to Camp Okavango
The camp is reached by charter flights from the Maun International Airport and Kasane Airport into the camp airstrip.
Activities at Camp Okavango
Mokoro (traditional dugout canoe) and motorboat rides and guided nature walks.