Sango Safari Camp

Okavango Delta Botswana

  • Traditional Meru-style tents
  • Mix of land and water-based activities
  • Open plan lounge and dining area
  • Watch wildlife from your veranda or hide
  • Watch Sango's camp video

Open: Year round.

Location: Situated close to the Khwai River bordering a traditional village and the Moremi Game Reserve. Flying time from Maun is 30 minutes and from Kasaane is 1 hour. The camp is a 10 minute drive from the airstrip.

Rooms: There are 6 Meru style tents, all en-suite with screened open air showers with hot and cold running water and a small selection of toiletries. Each has a small deck with chairs. Tents have safes and lockable doors.

Activities: The camp's location allows you to take advantage of a host of wildlife activities which include open vehicle game drives both in Moremi Game Reserve and in the Khwai Concession area, guided bush walks, night drives and mokoro trips. Cultural walks are also offered.

Facilities: The main area is a large tent housing the lounge, bar, library and dining area. There is a small swimming pool, a viewing deck and a firepit. Batteries can be charged in the main area.

Children: Children are accepted aged 6 years and over, although children under 12 are not allowed to mokoro or on walking safaris. Children under 12 are must share a tent with an adult.

Health: This is a malarial area.

There is some mobile phone reception, but it is unreliable. There is no internet access. 

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Client Rating for Botswana 5/5 from 120 reviews

A different experience across a much larger safari area enabled us to witness a more varied range of animals including our first sightings of wild dogs and a leopard. Watching a pack of wild dogs tease a crocodile, a stand off between a hippo and an elephant. Seeing a group of hyena pups playing outside the den and drinking sundowners 20 yards from a leopard resting in on a tree bough were our highlights here.

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