The luxurious moments are those spent at Delta Camp in Okavango Delta.
Experience a traditional Okavango safari with your own private guide and enjoy luxurious accommodation in natural and open surroundings here at Delta Camp. Each room is different in design and décor, adapted to fit around the ancient trees of the island forest, open to the spectacular natural environment, and positioned to capture the best views of the landscape.
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Overlooking the confluence of the Boro and Metsematsweu channels of the Okavango, Delta Camp’s lounge and dining area is well elevated to command the spectacular vista of swamp and riverine forest that lies before it. A variety of game can usually be seen from the deck, with elephant frequent visitors, and cavorting hippo and basking crocodile common sights. Lion, leopard and Cape Hunting Dogs have all been observed from the deck. Three excellent meals per day ensure that our guests are well prepared for their walks; tea and coffee are available at all times, and the open bar is always open.
Delta Camp offers twice daily walking safaris and mokoro (dug-out canoe) excursions in the Moremi Game Reserve. While visiting you will have your own private guide who will be caring just for you and will be listening to your needs as well as those of the surrounding bush. Whilst at Delta Camp you will have an intimate experience walking in the dynamic eco-systems of the Okavango Delta. While traveling on foot with your private professional guide, you will learn about tracking animals, how they behave and live, as well as helping you to becoming aware of the plants and trees that surround you.
Another unique offering from Delta Camp is the opportunity for an extended, fully serviced and catered camping expedition by dug-out into the further reaches of the Okavango. By pre-arrangement, and after spending a night in the lodge to acclimatize, you will set out with all your equipment, guides and camp hands by mekoro into the Okavango for a minimum of two nights, but up to eight, camping in one of the world’s last great wildernesses, before returning for one last night in the lodge.
Game of all sorts abounds: lion, leopard, buffalo, elephant, hippopotamus, crocodile, giraffe, antelope including the rare lechwe, tsessebe and sitatunga, otters, honey-badgers, the shy pangolin, and a variety of the smaller wild cats such as civets, servals and genets are amongst the many mammal species that visit the delta. Reptiles are well represented – many species of snakes (most of them harmless) occur, as do several of tortoise, terrapin, lizard, skinks, chameleon and gecko – not forgetting, of course, the Nile crocodile.
Delta Camp Reviews
“Delta Camp is a smart but unpretentious camp in an enviable location on the Delta. The staff are local and attentive, with many stories to share. The wildlife is prolific; the camp surrounds are flooded with noisy hippos who come padding out every evening, and elephants are often to be spotted either in the camp (we followed an elephant through the camp whilst drinking our sundowners, watching him test various trees in case he could push one down and enjoy a sweet dinner).” – Rosanne C
“The stay in delta camp was the highlight of our 3 week journey across Namibia and Botswana. The cabins are made of wood and are open and light, every cabin is unique and you can even stay in a tree house. The best thing is that elephants are common and you can see them regularly in and around camp. At night you can watch Hippos get out of the water. The service and the food is amazing – five star service in the middle of the delta. If you travel to the Okavango Delta, don’t miss delta camp.” – Arne_Petermann
“My wife & I stayed two unforgettable nights in the Tree House at the unique & luxurious Delta Camp. We explored the delta with John, our outstanding & knowledgeable guide & mokoro “gondolier”. I highly recommend visiting the Okovango Delta and, when you do, staying at the Delta Camp!” – Ucaimaman