The Okavango Delta is incredible, a water wonderland and the camps offer a combination of game drives, walking, boating and mokoro trips, which are the traditional dug-out canoes you may have heard about. A mokoro trip is the quintessential Delta experience – you’ll have a guide or “poler” to steer you along the waterways as you sit back and enjoy the scenery.

The jewel of Botswana is the Okavango Delta, a fresh water wetland in the remote northern reaches. It is one of the most sought after wilderness destinations in the world! The fact that the Okavango Delta exists at all is one of those miracles of nature. The annual floodwaters find their way from the Angolan highlands 1,000kms away, into the Okavango River, and once through the Caprivi the water spills over the vast, fan shaped Okavango Delta. Journey into this wilderness for serenity, tranquillity and heart stopping game viewing!

The Delta and Moremi Reserve (a protected area within the Okavango Delta) are full of waterways and lagoons, dry land and islands, sand, salt and fresh water. Big game viewing is standard. The diversity within this eco-system is staggering. Recorded to date: 122 mammals, 71 fish species, 444 bird species, 64 reptiles and 1,300 species of flowering plants.

There are 2 distinct seasons in the Okavango Delta.  The Okavango Delta is popular for experiencing the local mode of transport – the Mokoro. Wind your way through the channels and lagoons in one of these traditional canoes. It is quite a thrilling experience watching nature unfold around you from the seat of your Mokoro. Some areas of the Okavango Delta have water year round. There are areas that are affected by the floods, making the water levels too low for Mokoros before the rains. If you are unsure of when to go let one of our expert consultants guide and advise.

The Okavango Delta is a unique experience had nowhere else in the world. It is a destination worth many visits. It also makes for a great combination with Chobe National Park or the dry salt pans of Makgadikgadi or the Kalahari Desert. It is remarkable to see such different landscapes and wildlife in one country at the Okavango Delta.


Camille Rowe


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From its vantage point on a beautiful island in Moremi Game Reserve, Jacana Camp is surrounded by a large floodplain and papyrus swamps that lie within the Joa Concession. The camp is very small, consisting of just five Meru-style tents that built on raised wooden decks to provide excellent game viewing opportunities. Read More


Situated in a hardwood forest next to a lagoon in the Okavango Delta in Botswana is Seba Camp, a luxurious tented camp designed to make your visit to this amazing region as comfortable as possible. The large local elephant population just one of the highlights you can enjoy during your stay, as you enjoy a camp that is fitted with every facility from wooden decking, lounge and library and of course a dining area that serves up magnificent cuisine each day. Read More


In the native Setswana language, Kanana means 'paradise', and from the moment you arrive at the private airstrip, you will see where this camp gets its name. The lush surroundings of the Xudum River offers the perfect backdrop for this small camp, which has just eight stilted safari tents that blend in to the environment effortlessly Read More

Situated in the world-famous Moremi Wildlife Reserve, Khwai River Lodge is a luxurious safari lodge that offers the best place to relax, unwind and explore the wonders of the Okavango Delta in Botswana. With just 15 safari suites, the lodge caters to honeymooners, holidaymakers or anyone seeking to escape into the beautiful Botswana wilderness. Read More


Banoka Bush Camp is a well-appointed safari camp that is perfectly positioned in the remote and largely untouched Khwai Community Concession in north-eastern Botswana. The area is rife with bird and wildlife, and is also situated within close distance to the renowned Moremi Wildlife Reserve. The camp consists of 10 raised canvas safari tents, each of which is fully equipped with every amenity you may need. Read More


With its small selection of East African-style tents, Camp Moremi offers an excellent destination for those wanting to enjoy all the sights, sounds and adventures of a safari in Africa. The camp has 11 tents, sleeping a total of 22 guests. With each tent fully equipped with every amenity you may require, the focus is on comfort and style to ensure that your stay is one that you treasure forever. Read More


Situated on a small island in a private concession, Xugana Island Lodge is perfectly perched at the edge of a lagoon, with some of the best viewing sites in the entire Okavango Delta region. The lodge offers the ideal base from which to explore the natural wonders of the area, including the teeming bird and animal life, as well as the awe-inspiring views as you relax with all the luxurious comfort you would expect from a premier Botswana safari lodge. Read More

Chief's Camp is a luxury bush lodge situated on Chief's Island in the exclusive Mombo Concession of the Moremi Game Reserve in Botswana. In this "predator capital of Africa", wild dog, lion, cheetah and leopard abound, and guests enjoy exceptional opportunities to interact with this amazing environment. Recently, white rhino have been introduced to this concession, making it the only place in Botswana where these magnificent animals can be seen in their natural habitat. Read More


From its sheltered location overlooking the Xakanaxa Lagoon, Xakanaxa Camp is perfectly positioned to give you exceptional views of roaming game that comes to the water's edge to drink. The camp's position in the world-renowned Moremi Reserve offers the best of the Okavango Delta in Botswana, with abundant game, bird life and natural splendour to be found at every turn of the head. Read More

Venture into a lush green paradise at Baines' Camp, a small and highly exclusive Botswana safari camp situated right on the border with Moremi Wildlife Reserve. This world-renowned reserve has been made famous for its large elephant population as well as the huge density and diversity of wildlife that can be found in this area. Read More