Okavango Delta

The Okavango Delta is rightly considered on the most incredible wilderness sanctuaries in Afrcia.  It is one of the largest inland delta systems in the world, an area of 15 000km2 filled with water channels, lagoons and islands.  What makes this area truly remarkable is that it is awetland paradise loctaed deep within the arid Kalahari Desert.  Each year, floodwaters flow from their catchment areas in the moist central African highlands over 1 000km away into the Delta to create the miracle that is the Okavango.  This unique area sustains a huge diversity of fauna and flora, so that the game viewing exclellent right throughout the year.


Moremi Game Reserve is a rich and diverse wildlife sanctuary, situated in the Okavango Delta. The reserve is unfenced and its boundaries are defined by natural water systems. The vegetation is varied, with dry land complemented by permanent and seasonal swamplands, resulting in an excellent diversity of both wildlife and birdlife. There is a great network of game drive routes through the reserve.  Boating can be enjoyed in Xakanaxa and Mboma where the channels are connected to permanent delta waterways.

Moremi is one of the best game reserves in Africa for viewing the endangered African wild dog. Xakanaxa is home to a resident herd of several hundred buffalo whose range covers the territories of at least four prides of lion who hunt them. Breeding herds of elephant move between browsing areas in the mopane forests and the fresh waters of the Okavango. Red lechwe are one of the more unusual antelope species commonly found here.


Banoka Bush Camp


Banoka Bush Camp lies spread out in a broad semi-circle along the banks of a lagoon – in itself part of the well-known Khwai River. Its wide, raised wooden decks – whether the spacious  tented units or the main area that includes a lounge and dining area and inviting plunge pool – are shaded by canvas, yet open to the scenes of wildlife coming down to drink.

Highlights: The Khwai River is the north-easternmost ‘finger’ of the Delta, and meanders through an intriguing blend of floodplain, forest, reedbeds and woodland. Most activities focus on the Khwai River with wildlife drawn from the woodlands to its waters; sightings of elephant, buffalo, lion, lechwe and even wild dog are regular on game drive, while hippo, reedbuck and kudu are often seen from camp. Guests are also able to visit a local community – in this case, the Basarwa people of the Khwai Village.

  • 10 Tents (including 2 Family Tents): Tented units with en-suite bathrooms;100% solar powered


  • Day and night game drives • Mokoro excursions (seasonal)
  • Guided walks
  • Catch-and-release fishing (seasonal)
  • Community visits (extra cost)

Prices start from US$ 541-00 per person per night ( single supplememts apply)


Seba Camp


Family-friendly Seba Camp overlooks a perennial lagoon with prolific birdlife and resident pods of hippo. Each
tent celebrates the different ethnic groups of Botswana through vibrant décor, while the main area – including dining
area, bar and lounge-library – is set on a raised saligna deck with floodplain views.  There is ample space for children in the purposebuilt family suites – including a built-in ‘tree-house’ and an elevated deck which has its own small swimming pool and sandpit.

Highlights:  The large elephant population aside, a growing abundance of game graces the area: giraffe, zebra, impala, wildebeest, tsessebe and lechwe. Lion, leopard and hyaena are regularly found nearby, herds of buffalo are occasional visitors, and there are excellent opportunities to see the rare roan antelope.

  • 8 Tents (including 2 Family Suites): Elevated, spacious tents; en-suite bathrooms; private deck
  • Family Suites: Two connected, en-suite double bedrooms; upstairslounge with pull-out sleeper couch


  • Day and night game drives
  • Catch-and-release fishing(seasonal)
  • Mokoro excursions on the waterways (seasonal)

Prices start from US$ 687-00 per person per night ( single supplememts apply)


Tubu Tree Camp


Tubu Tree lies on the remote Hunda Island, the largest area of permanently dry land in this region of the Okavango Delta. As its name implies, it lies in the dappled shade of large trees, its raised dining and lounge, pool and open bar areas almost within the canopy of a marula tree and looking out over a grassy floodplain. The whole camp is connected by raised wooden boardwalks so that one can literally wander amongst the leaves.

Highlights: Tubu Tree’s location and easy access to both water and dry-land habitats, ranging from dry Kalahari sandveld to mopane and riverine forest edging on permanent waterways, ensures varied and spectacular game viewing. There are good concentrations of zebra and wildebeest on the floodplains as well as elephant, red lechwe, tsessebe and giraffe. Leopard and spotted hyaena viewing is particularly good.

  • 8 Tents (including 1 Family Tent): Raised on wooden platforms, en-suitebathrooms; outdoor shower; private front deck


  • Day and night game drives
  • Boating and mokoro excursions(seasonal)
  • Catch-and-release fishing (seasonal)
  • Seasonal hide for sleepouts or game viewing

Prices start from US$ 866-00 per person per night ( single supplememts apply)


Little Mombo


Little Mombo lives up to its name: a smaller, more intimate version of Mombo Camp, yet with the same high standards. It is connected to its sister camp by a raised boardwalk, complete with a gym and inviting pool along the way.  Sited under a shady canopy, it has three luxurious and spacious guest rooms under canvas, as well as its own dining room, lounge and plunge pool raised to look out over a floodplain enclave; plains game can often be seen in front of camp.

:  Little Mombo, situated at the heart of the old hunting grounds of Chief Moremi, offers the identical abundant big game viewing as Mombo Camp.  Highlights include sightings of large prides of lion, charismatic leopard, elephant herds, spotted hyaena, big herds of plains game like zebra, red lechwe and giraffe and a dazzling variety
of birds.

  • 3 Tents: Large tents, elegantly furnished with polished parquet floors; outdoorsala; en-suite bathroom; outdoor shower; run 100% on solar power


  • Morning and afternoon game drives in open 4×4 vehicles

Prices start from US$ 1710-00 per person per night ( single supplememts apply)