Kanana Camp

Okavango Delta Botswana

  • Stunning Okavango setting
  • Water and land activities
  • Private heronry
  • Relaxed, friendly atmosphere
  • Different dining locations
  • Spend a night on the sleep out deck

Open: Usually open all year but sometimes closed between December and February. 

Location: The camp is located in the Kanana Concession which lies in the southwest of the Okavango Delta and borders the Moremi Game Reserve. Moremi airstrip is about a 15 minute drive from the camp. 

Rooms: The 9 spacious safari tents are spaced well apart and stand on raised decks. Each bedroom has a large bed, wardrobe, sofa, writing desk and free-standing fan. Tents have en-suite bathrooms with twin hand basins, flush toilet and shower, with hot and cold running water. Bathrobes and slippers are provided, as are toiletries, with hairdryers are available on request. In front of each tent, reached through sliding gauze doors, is a veranda with views of the channel or floodplains. One of the tents is a larger family unit. Batteries can be charged in-room. 

Activities: These vary according to water levels but include morning and late afternoon/evening game drives, mokoro and motor boat rides. Guided bird watching walks – Kanana has a seasonal heronry - and bush walks are offered. Guests can also try their hand at fly or spin fishing. 

Facilities: The main area is set on a raised deck around a large fig tree and features the lounge, bar and dining areas. There are reference books and an internet desk in the lounge, and a hot drink station. Steps down from the main area lead to the camp fire and jetty. There is a small swimming pool. There is a scope for guest use, excellent for star gazing and bird watching. Guests staying 3 nights or more can pre-book a night at the Kanana star bed (subject to availability).

Dining: Meals are taken communally around the long dining table. They are served as buffets. 

Children: Children over the age of 12 are welcome at the camp. The camp is unfenced and children need to be kept under supervision at all times. 

Health: This is a malarial area. 

Communication: There is no mobile reception, ‘phone or Wi-Fi, but there is an internet facility in the main lounge. Communication is maintained with the head office and sister camps via radio. 

Notes:
Disabled access is not possible.

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Client Rating for Botswana 5/5 from 120 reviews

From the choir greetings to departure this camp was a real treat. All the staff were so friendly, welcoming and accomodating and the guide, Amos, worked tirelessly to make sure we saw as much as possible in this area. The birthday cakes made for our neice were especially memorable! Following a pair of lions chase off an interloping lioness was the highlight from this visit.

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