Visit the Okavango Delta
About Okavango Delta
Starting in Angola and never quite making its way to the ocean, the Okavango River snakes its way through the vast flat plains of Botswana, making the Okavango Delta an oasis of life. The landscape there is made up of thick swathes of vivid green foliage that flourish in the abundance of water that periodically overflows from the river on to the surrounding land. During the dry season, the area becomes a sanctuary for the indigenous creatures of the country as they migrate to the delta in search of water. All kinds of animals such as hippos, elephants, big cats and buffaloes seek solace in this vast watery haven.Read More
Okavango Delta Tours
Here are some popular itineraries that include a visit to Okavango Delta
Okavango Delta Hotels
If you are planning a Okavango Delta holiday, have a look at some of the accommodation that we recommend. 'Our Rating' indicates how we feel each property rates according to normal Western hotel standards. 'Local Rating' indicates how the property is categorised/rated locally:
Guma Lagoon Camp Okavango Delta
Set in shade gardens, Guma Lagoon Camp offers beautiful canvas chalets each with their own private view of the water. Each chalet contains beautiful teak beds and en-suite bathrooms. In the mornings guests can take a walk down to the main decking area to watch the sun rise over the lagoon with a steaming hot cup of complimentary tea or coffee. The lodge is situated along the banks of the Guma Lagoon on the northwestern side of the Okavango Delta.
Gunn's Camp Okavango Delta
Overlooking the legendary Chief's Island and bordering Moremi Game Reserve, Gunn's Camp is one of the last few remaining luxury, vintage safari camps, which achieves a fine balance of comfort and privacy, allowing guests to enjoy the sights and sounds of the wild. Accommodation consists of 15 deluxe en-suite meru tents with private viewing decks. The island is connected to the main camp by a small causeway crossing the wetlands, lit by a series of fairy like lanterns. The camp is situated on the borders of the Moremi Game Reserve and the Okavango Delta.
Kanana Camp Okavango Delta
Kanana Camp has luxury-style tents. All of the common facilities of the camp are built on stilts to ensure some dazzling vistas of the floodplains for visitors to enjoy. It is built among spectacular shade trees of ebony, knob thorn acacia and the sausage tree. The dining and sitting areas are raised on decking encircling a massive ancient fig tree. Kanana Camp is located in the remote inner reaches of the Okavango Delta.
Nguma Island Lodge Okavango Delta
Nguma Island Lodge is situated on the banks of the lagoon, bordered by palm trees, papyrus and reed beds. Accommodation is in eight stilted luxury, meru en-suite tents. Delicious meals are served onsite three times a day and a number of different activities including birdwatching are available from the lodge. A 50 minute boat ride brings you to the main Okavango River in the panhandle filled with tiger fish. The many inlets here offer good bream fishing.
Okavango Delta Tailor made suggestions
Here are some of the recent tailor made itineraries we have created for our clients which include a visit to Okavango Delta.