Tucked away on a small palm-fringed island in the Okavango Delta you'll find Setari Camp. The camp offers guests a slice of life in this idylic part of the Okavango Delta, it's an escape from it all, a million miles away from your hectic everyday life, some might say a slice of heaven.
The camp is surrounded by water year round and as such can offer a true Delta experience, from guided walks on foot to gliding through the waterways in a mokoro with your expert poler, or getting deeper into the delta on a boating trip. At the end of a day of exploring the area for wildlife, return to Setari Camp for some great food and a comfy place to sleep.
At any one time Setari Camp can accommodated 20 guests in 8 spacious tents, one if which has been designed for families. The decor is stylish and elegant and also functional and comfortable. Each one has extra length beds draped in a large mozzie net. You'll have a desk, sofa and fan to keep things cool. The bathrooms are a good size too with a free-standing bath, separate shower and toilet and outside you'll find another shower - with a view. To the front of your tent, accessed via double doors is the deck where you can sit and soak up the views of the delta in total peace and quiet, a blissful escape. The family tent can sleep four, in two adjoining tents, each has its own bathroom and outside shower. There is a deck area between the two tents where a private dinner can be arranged.
The main areas are as stylish as the tents and linked to them via high wooden walkways. Here, in a kind of tree-house you'll find the dining and lounge area along with the pool and gym. Sit and enjoy the views as you look out over the channels and floodplains that stretch out before you as you are looked after by the friendly staff.
Open: Setari Camp is open all year.
Location: The camp is located on a palm island deep in the Delta. Access to the camp is usually via a light aircraft to Setari airstrip.
Rooms: 8 safari tents accessed by raised wooden walkways. The tents are on raised wooden decks and have private decks. Each has an en-suite bathroom with a free-standing bath, shower, basin and a flushing toilet, there is also an outside shower There is a family unit with 2 tents linked by a deck, each has it's own bathroom and outside shower.
Activities: Guests can take mokoro trips and boat excursions throughout the year. Guided walking safaris are also offered on neighbouring islands. Birdlife is abundant in this area, as with much of the Delta. For a rewarding morning, spend some time visiting Jao Village and learn a little about everyday life in the Delta. If you want to try your hand at catch and release fishing, tackle and rods are available. The barbel runs between August and the end of October, at this time tigerfish are plenty. It's not just about the wildlife, but the Delta experience itself.
Facilities: The main lounge and dining area is on an elevated platform overlooking the waters. The camp has a plunge pool for escaping the heat of the day and a small gym where you can work off some of the delicious food.
Dining: Meals are eaten together as a group and also of individual tables if requested.
Children: Children over the age of 6 years are welcome at the camp. Children need to be kept under supervision at all times. Children aged 12 and above are welcome on all activities.
Health: This is a malarial area.