Rates from US$ 510.00 per person sharing
Per person per night sharing
Rates are in US Dollars (US$)
*Rates may vary according to season
- Lodge type; Safari Camp
- Location; Okavango Delta
- Lodge size; 12 safari tents
- Recommended stay; 3-7 nights
The Okavango Delta is a distinctive environment of lagoons, lakes and hidden channels. Using the Camp as your base, this particular intricate water wilderness can easily be discovered and appreciated by all.
Exploring the Okavango by mokoro (specially modified boats) or perhaps guided walking excursions on the islands adjoining Nxaragha Island will allow every visitor to the area the chance to be able to genuinely experience what the Okavango Delta is all about.
Camp Okavango does have it's very own exclusive airfield that is situated only five minutes walk from the main lodge area on Nxarahga Island. Alternatively, Camp Okavango can be reached using a scheduled boat transfer linking Xugana Island Lodge and Camp Moremi to Camp Okavango.
This Wildlife Camp sleeps only twenty-four visitors in intimate exclusivity within East African-style safari tents, independently located on elevated teak platforms together with en-suite amenities and private viewing decks.
Intended for those who require the ultimate in exclusivity, Camp Okavango features the "Okavango Suite", a thatched cottage providing total privacy - perfect for newly-weds on their honeymoon.
Al fresco dishes are catered for within the extensive open air outdoor patio or even around a blazing fire in the evenings.
Take pleasure in this Okavango Delta Wildlife Camp 's silver cuisine service intended for an exclusive dining experience.
The sophisticated thatched main lodge building includes a cocktail bar, lounge as well as wildlife research library. The actual dining room turns onto an extensive open-air outdoor patio intended for nights around the fireside.
Additional amenities consist of a secluded bird-viewing hide as well as a sun-kissed outdoor patio with plunge swimming pool for relaxing in the course of the warm midday hours.
All game-viewing pursuits are carried out through seasoned professional guides whom will navigate visitors through a wide variety of tranquil waterways while they discover the Okavango by canoe (mokoro) as well as a motorboat.
Guided nature walks upon the numerous islands allow for the chance to observe a few of the larger species of which live in this particular water wilderness. Bird-watching prospects are exceptional, as well as doing some fishing for bream and also tiger fish is also provided as an activity at the camp.
- Guided nature walks
- Game viewing by mokoro
- Game viewing by motorboat