Skybeds Camp

Khwai Reserve, Okavango Botswana

  • Sleep under the stars on a 5m high platform
  • Overlooks a frequently busy waterhole
  • Only three skybeds makes this an intimate experience
  • Includes your own shower and toilet
  • Combine with a night in Sable Alley Camp or Hyena Pan Camp

Open: April to October. See our guide to the best times to visit Botswana.

Location: Khwai Private Reserve in Okavango Delta, Botswana.

Rooms: There are only three sky beds. The rooms are on a three-storey wooden platform looking out towards a busy waterhole. The bathroom with a flushing loo and shower is on the first floor and the top floor is where you'll find your huge and cosy double bed surrounded by mozzie netting.

Activities: There is a ground-level hide from which you can watch the wildlife as well as from higher up on the platform. You can also enjoy guided bush walks when you're not just sitting on your platform savouring the views or taking an evening game drive. On a bright moonlit night, you might even find that you're up in the night watching elephants at the waterhole.

Facilities: There is nothing here apart from the three skybeds, the wilderness and the wildlife. No wifi, no electricity, but you can charge batteries in the vehicle.

Dining: There is a dining platform and a campfire where the team make you a delicious dinner.

Children: Children from 15 yrs old are welcome at Skybeds. Due to the amount of wildlife that can be around camp, and the height of the platform, it's not felt to be right for younger children.

Health: This is a malarial area.

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