Deep in the Delta on appropriately named Paradise Island, this is a water camp with a zen vibe. Sometimes game drives are possible but it’s more about exploring by boat and wooden mokoro.
Simple camp, in an area with high densities of animals but also public vehicles. Next to Okuti.
Fresh design with curved roofs, in a beautiful & prime game area, but there are public vehicles. Next to Xakanaxa.
One of Africa’s greatest camps, currently closed for renovation. This and adjoining Little Mombo are famed for ultimate game viewing in the Okavango – especially cats. Only land activities.
The ultimate small camp in Okavango’s top game viewing floodplain – this camp has legendary status, being even more private than adjoining Mombo. Only land-based game viewing, exceptional predators. Currently closed for renovations – we’re all waiting to see how it looks.
Simple camp on a forested island, without fancy trimmings and needs an upgrade, but rates are lower than other camps. Land and water activities year round.
Contender for Okavango ultimate – supersized pavilions with private pools, top notch dining & wines, superb location with water and land activities. Recently completely refurbished. Close to Mombo.
On an island surrounded by permanent water, so only water activities. Simple but comfortably decorated camp. Solar powered.
Simple and neat but dated camp, on the water. Water and land activities, but public vehicles can access this area too.
The world’s largest inland delta is the holy grail for safari-goers, a magnificent combination of wetland (explore by boat or wooden mokoro) and dry islands (game drives and walks) which attracts one of Africa’s most exciting concentrations of wildlife and birds. It is the 1000th World Heritage Site. The scenery flying in to your camp is breathtaking. Most camps are tented, and only some have pools and a/c. Botswana.