Situated in the heart of Botswana's Okavango Delta, adjacent to Moremi Game Reserve, Kanana Camp nestles among towering jackalberry (ebony) trees, knobthorn acacias and sausage trees on the edge of a permanent stretch of channel. Kanana's environment is a mix of forests and open seasonal floodplains, combined with permanent channels and lush flood meadows – and it’s this mix which leads to it being able to offer a very full range of activities.
Our view of Kanana
The environment around Kanana is particularly beautiful, the camp’s guides are generally very good and the water activities are excellent. If you visit between around September and December, we’d be surprised if even those with only a passing interest in birds failed to be impressed by the sheer magnitude of bird numbers at the heronry. However, this isn’t a camp for a first-rate game safari between around May and November, when water levels are high, and even during the greener months, it doesn’t tend to have the game concentrations found in other areas.
Kanana: Traveller ratings
Kanana Lodge stands in a lush near permanent watery environment.