Rra Dinare

Okavango Delta Botswana

  • Day and night game drives
  • Seasonal mokoro excursions
  • Superb Delta scenery
  • Friendly staff

Open: Rra Dinare camp is open all year.

Location: The lodge is located in a private concession in a remote southeastern part of Botswana's Okavango Delta. The concession borders the Moremi Game Reserve. The nearest airstrip is about 20 minutes flight from Maun and 1h20 from Kasane, then it's a 45-minute game drive to camp.

Rooms: There are 8 tents including one family tent, all facing the floodplain. Rooms have a separate bedroom and living space, and each has its own private deck. Mozzie nets hang over the beds and curtains cover the windows. Ceiling fans circulate the air and keep the tented room cool.

Activities: Rra Dinare offers morning and evening game drives. The evening drives also benefit from a tracker to aim the spotlight and assist the guide with sightings. Seasonal mokoro trips and guided walks are also offered

Facilities: The main mess tent houses the dining, bar and lounge areas. The lodge has a gift shop and swimming pool

Dining: Meals are eaten communally at a large table.

Children: Children aged 6 and above are welcome at Rra Dinare, however children below the age of 12 cannot participate in walking safaris or mokoro excursions.

Health: This is a malarial area.

Communication: There is no Wi-Fi access at Rra Dinare camp.

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Client Rating for Botswana 5/5 from 120 reviews

A massive highlight impeccable service, amazing accommodation, food brilliant and saw all we could on activity drives guided by highly skilled informative guides.

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