Vumbura Plains is a premier camp situated in the extreme north of the Okavango Delta within its own private concession. With an enormous traversing area of 60,000 hectares guests can expect a wide variety of habitats and diverse wildlife including close-up viewing of lion, leopard, elephant, cheetah and buffalo along with all the plains game. Birding is fabulous here with immense species and diversity in mind-boggling numbers.
The focus at Vumbura Plains is on treating and spoiling their guests, making it a perfect treat for honeymooners.
Vumbura Plains Camp is divided into two smaller camps each comprising 14 beds, 10 twin bedded tents, 2 honeymoon tents and 2 family tents. Each room also has a plunge pool and 'sala' - a comfortable area to lie and relax, watching the waving grasses of the floodplain. Each of the 2 camps has its own raised dining, lounge and bar area tucked beneath a canopy of cool, shady, indigenous trees with magnificent vistas across the Okavango Delta floodplains.
After your day on the Delta, cool off in your private plunge pool and then spoil yourself with a massage in your private sala overlooking the floodplain.
An approximate 40 minute flight from Maun and an approximate 1hr 15 minute flight to Kasane. It is a 40 minute drive from the airstrip to the camp.
Game drives in 4x4 vehicles, nature walks, mokoro trips and boat excursions.
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Review of Vumbura Plains
Best game viewing of the trip for us. Best guide we've ever had (without meaning to disparage our many excellent guides). We would specifically request Mocks on any future visit and would seek out a camp where he is located if he is moved. Maybe we just clicked with him, I don't know, but he was great and very attentive and detailed (just the right amount).
All food was amazing and…
Another fabulous room in an exciting and stylish lodge with a great ambience. The food here too was delicious. Guide Ban was very experienced and good. Amazing landrover with a snorkel felt amphibious as there we splashed along through waterways with no sign of anything solid underneath. A lot of driving over small trees too which I enjoyed less than Ban though he assured me that…
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