Tucked away on a remote island in a private reserve in the Okavango Delta is Little Vumbura – a luxurious camp that includes just six safari tents. From the camp, you will be able to explore the waterways of the Okavango Delta by power boat, or for a more sedate experience, by mokoro as you take in the spectacular scenery. Game drives also help to maximise your African safari experience as you explore one of the most densely populated wildlife regions in the world. With a host of facilities to add to your comfort, every detail at this premier safari camp is designed to help you relax, right down to a unique reading area overlooking the vast floodplains.
If you want to see one of the most unspoilt wildlife regions of the world, then an Okavango Delta safari could be the answer. The camp offers amazing views of the surrounding plains, with everything from bird life to roaming game to be seen.
Highlights of this tented camp include small, intimate safari camp comprising of just six tents, sleeping a maximum of 12 guests. Each tent is fully equipped with every luxury, from comfortable beds to en-suite bathrooms, fans and more. Facilities within the camp itself include a reading area that is designed to maximise viewing potential, dining area, pub and living area, and a swimming pool.A wide range of wildlife can be seen, such as large numbers of elephants, plus lions, buffalo and leopard, and abundant bird lifeActivities include daily mokoro or power boat excursions, game drives both day and night, birding.
Experience the exotic world of the Okavango Delta from the luxurious spacious comfort of a tented camp built on raised decks, where you can dine in tranquillity, enjoying the views from your own private veranda.
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Purist safari to the Lower Zambezi, the Sabi Sands, Savuti & Etosha
These clients wanted an intensive safari that included a selection of the prime wilderness regions in Southern Africa. They had fantastic wildlife sightings in the very diverse ecosystems of Zambia's Lower Zambezi, South Africa's Sabi Sands, Botswana's Savuti and Okavango Delta as well as Nambia's Etosha National Park.