Named after the largest inland delta in the world, Camp Okavango has 12 spacious suites including a family suite with 2 bedrooms. They are set on elevated wooden decks, and folding doors from the bedroom open out on to the large viewing deck. The bedroom is complimented by an en-suite bathroom with running hot and cold water, a double shower, twin hand basins and a supply of toiletries.
The main area is made up of a series of walkways and decks. There are 2 lounges, a cosy library, an elegant dining room and an honesty bar. There is plenty of outdoor desk space, too, where you can sit and enjoy the views, including 2 firepits both with seating, and a shaded sitting area. A little way off you come across another deck with an infinity pool and sunny and covered areas.
Most activities are water-orientated at Camp Okavango and include motorboat and mokoro rides, both excellent ways to explore the delta and views its abundant wildlife. You also have the chance to follow your guide on a walk in the bush, spending time observing small details like plants and insects, and tracking larger species. The bird life here is prolific and you can watch many species as you relax on the viewing decks.
Open: Camp Okavango is open all year.
Location: Camp Okavango is on Nxaragha Island in the Okavango Delta. The camp has its own airstrip which is just a 5 minute walk away.
Rooms: There are 12 suites made up of 11 twin/doubles and 1 larger family suite with 2 bedrooms. Maximum guest capacity is 24 guests. All suites are on raised decks and have large viewing terraces. Folding doors lead into the bedroom, where there are fans, charging points, tea and coffee making facilities, a torch, small safe, hairdryer and an air horn for use in an emergency. Umbrellas are supplied in the rainy season. The en-suite bathroom has a large 2-person shower, dual hand basins, a supply of toiletries and bathrobes. There is a separate toilet compartment.
Activities: Exploring the waterways by mokoro and motorboat, guided walks among the nearby islands, bird watching, seasonal fishing for bream and tiger fish.
Facilities: The camp has a spacious feel with a number of walkways and decks. There are 2 indoor lounges, a library, self-service bar and dining room. Viewing decks have open and shaded seating areas and there are 2 firepits. The infinity swimming pool is set in a further deck and has plenty of space for sunbathing and relaxing. There is a complimentary laundry service.
Dining: Meals are eaten together as a group in the dining room and on the deck
Children: Children aged 6 years and over are welcome. There is a family suite with 2 en-suite bedroom which can sleep up to 2 adults and 3 children and has a children’s area with a collection of games and books. Families with children aged between 6 and 11 will need to book private activities at extra cost.
Health: This is a malarial area.
Communication: There is no internet access.
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