Xaranna Okavango Tented Camp Reviews

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Xaranna Okavango Tented Camp

Jillian & Carla McInerney

3

Accommodation fabulous, staff, food and facilities fabulous. Wildlife limited. Our guide not the best. I think he would not be able to track his own 'shadow'....which was a shame for a 5 star lodge. Xaranna is a water activity based lodge, and for those activities it was very enjoyable. For us Xaranna was perfect to be between Chobe under Canvass and Sandibe.

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Mr and Mrs Ross and family

5

Tranquil spot. A good contrast to Jacks and Sandibe, being totally water based and fun to get to. Less wildlife on offer- although we chose to only do the water based trips. Gliding through the reeds in a Mokoro was good for the soul, as were the views of sunrise across the delta. 'Rooms' are tents in wooden platforms sleeping 2 each. Each had a mini unheated pool overlooking the…

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Xaranna Okavango Tented Camp

Jaap Slotema and Carol Harding

2

Very dated. Wholes in the mosquito net around the bed. stains in the carpets. Furniture broken. Ice machine and freezer broken, so no ice. It would appear that management is too inexperienced..

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Xaranna Okavango Tented Camp

Jacob & Laura Harris

5

Xarana was the highlight of the trip. We were the only guests there so were truly spoiled. Out butler Kenneth was so accommodating and a very calming presence. Our guide Dennis and tracker Balebi went above and beyond expectation looking for wild dogs which they knew we really wanted to see. The assistant manager Mothusi organised a surprise lunch in the bush and dinner on our private deck which were…

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Xaranna Okavango Tented Camp

Erin Solis

5

The tents were beyond luxurious-- we felt like we were living a dream. The boat ride to the camp was one of the most memorable experiences. The setting of this camp is truly unique. Perhaps because we only stayed the one night, we did not find that the service or the food was up to par with that of Nxabega. The service and food were still excellent at Xaranna but…

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Xaranna Okavango Tented Camp

Anonymous

5

The Xaranna camp is one of the most beautiful places we have stayed - and we have traveled quite a bit. the bungalows are absolutely luxurious and decorated very tastefully. Compared to Nxabega, xaranna seemed more suitable for honeymooners, as there is more privacy and more flexibility in terms of staff/ facilities, e.g. phones in the rooms - that way you can call the front desk and ask for a…

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Xaranna Okavango Tented Camp

Janice, Melbourne

5

Accommodation is that of luxury, with both indoor and outdoor showers and a huge bath and a king size bed, mine overlooked the lagoon, also all had a nice plunge pool to cool off in. Resident hippo live in the lagoon and elephants walk through the camp, so the wild life experience is right at the door step of the camp. One night sitting in the main hall the hippo…

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Xaranna Okavango Tented Camp

Anonymous

5

Our favourite destination. We just regret we didn't stay another night. The children were actually a bit sad to leave, they'd become so attached to our lovely guides 'MD' and Vincent and to the camp manager Grant. But I could list so many of the staff at this camp who made our stay a memory of a lifetime. It was the way the made the stay so bespoke - our…

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