Lodges & safari camps in Okavango Delta Safari Reserves
Kwara Camp and its nearby sister camp, Little Kwara, lie within the private 1,750km² Kwara Reserve, adjacent to northern Moremi ...More about Kwara Camp
It was interesting to stay in a different terrain from the other Kwando Camps. The highlight was the visit to the newly discovered wild dog den with sixteen pups, and we ... reviews...
North of Moremi, Little Kwara lies within the 1,750km² private Kwara Reserve, where the diversity of the environments is reflected ...More about Little Kwara
Last stop on our six day safari and probably my favourite camp - very small and possibly less luxurious but great atmosphere - lion in camp one morning, charged by hippos ... reviews...
Little Vumbura is an intimate and remote - but eminently comfortable - camp, built on a secluded island in the private Vumbura ...More about Little Vumbura
Getting to the lodge is in itself an incredible experience as you have to a 20 minutes boat trip, "meeting" with hippos and birds, to get to the Island where you ... reviews...
Sandibe Safari Lodge
Adjacent to Moremi Game Reserve, Sandibe Safari Lodge stands among towering stands of palm trees, thick riverine vegetation and ...More about Sandibe Safari Lodge
Everything was excellent - the skill and knowledge of the guides and the quality and quantity of wildlife were outstanding. The friendliness, helpfulness, humour and singing ... reviews...
Shinde, meaning ‘tree squirrel’ in Setswana, is situated on the edge of an area of deep water and lagoons in the heart of the ...More about Shinde Camp
We chose Shinde (our 3rd camp) to give us the chance to experience mokoro and motorboat rides, together with a shortish walk (about 1 hour). A couple of game drives were ... reviews...
Chitabe Lediba (formerly known as Chitabe Trails Camp) is situated on an elevated island within the floodplains of the Santantadibe ...More about Chitabe Lediba
Excellent tented camp. Very well appointed and glamorous tents. Service from Maolosi and his team was excellent. The team joined in at meal times which provided great ... reviews...
Situated in the heart of Botswana's Okavango Delta, adjacent to Moremi Game Reserve, Kanana Camp nestles among towering jackalberry ...More about Kanana
Kanana Camp is in another league entirely. It's luxurious in every way. The tents are terrific, the bathrooms (with their glassed in shower stalls), the appointments, ... reviews...
Situated in the southern part of the Okavango Delta, Chitabe Camp is an established camp with an impressive track record for ...More about Chitabe Camp
Much more varied game here than at the other camps we stayed at. Gordon, our guide was excellent - knowledgeable and with a warm personality. Comfortable room and enjoyed ... reviews...
Footsteps Across the Delta
If you're keen to do some walking in Botswana, then Footsteps Across the Delta should be at the top of your wish list! The guides ...More about Footsteps across Delta
Footsteps Across the Delta is my favourite camp in Africa. (this was my eleventh safari). It successfully creates on old Africa feel and provides simple yet comfortable ... reviews...
Nxabega Safari Camp
Nxabega Okavango Tented Camp (formerly known as Nxabega Safari Camp – and often to most of us simply as "Nxabega") is in a area ...More about Nxabega Safari Camp
Lovely location, fine main building, great guiding. Rainy season: slightly damp in the tent generally and a small leak. Bathroom design, with shower in the middle of the ... reviews...
Tubu Tree Camp
Tubu Tree Camp is a small, traditional tented safari camp on a large island in the 600km² (60,000 hectare) Jao Reserve, on the ...More about Tubu Tree Camp
We thoroughly enjoyed our three-night stay at Tubu Tree Camp. The staff were exceptionally friendly and helpful. As with all the Wilderness Safari camps at which we stayed, ... reviews...
North of Botswana's Moremi National Park is a series of large floodplains dotted with small palm islands and interspersed with ...More about Vumbura Plains
The rooms here are amazing! The food at this camp was excellent, varied and wonderfully presented. Thebe even cooked us Ostrich for breakfast one day as the rest of our ... reviews...
Kwetsani is a small and fairly luxurious safari camp set on a long narrow island in the beautiful Jao Concession (NG25) of Botswana's ...More about Kwetsani Camp
At Lebala and Lagoon other travelers told us that Kwetsani was a highly regarded camp of the African Safari group. Our assigned guide, Moyo, greeted us at the airport & trackers ... reviews...
Mapula Lodge is situated in the private, game-rich Mapula Reserve within the northern Okavango Delta. The lodge occupies a stunning ...More about Mapula Lodge
Ownership of the camp appears to be in dispute. There were no other visitors while we stayed at the camp which we liked; it gave us an opportunity to talk to the staff, ... reviews...
Khwai Tented Camp
The small Khwai Tented Camp is located within the Khwai Community Concession, a beautiful, game-rich area that's separated from ...More about Khwai Tented Camp
We had a nice time at Khwai after four days in Chobe and Savute. We had set our expectations on a few things: it's in the delta (meaning: water activities), outside Moremi ... reviews...
Baines' Camp was built in 2005 in a beautiful area of Botswana's Okavango Delta: neighbouring the Moremi Game Reserve and facing ...More about Baines' Camp
Baines was unique in many ways. We were greeted at tea with irresistible pastries and a quick tour before we were encouraged to move out in search of three young lions..... reviews...
Jacana Camp is a fairly small camp built on a little island amidst the large open floodplains of the Jao Flats. The Okavango's ...More about Jacana Camp
We were welcomed by an all singing all dancing staff as we glided up to the camp on the boat which was lovely. The managers Angie and William were very friendly and welcoming ... reviews...
Stanley's Camp, situated in riverine forest south of the Chitabe Reserve, is an unpretentious camp, with a really rustic 'bush-feel' ...More about Stanley's Camp
The great highlight at Stanley's is, of course, the elephant experience and should not on any account be missed. Here, you have the opportunity to walk and interact with ... reviews...
Duba Plains Camp
Duba Plains Camp is a traditional tented safari camp situated in a pretty part of the northern Okavango Delta, which is dominated ...More about Duba Plains
Duba Plains was probably the best safari camp we stayed at during our two week vacation in Botswana. The dedication and passion of our guides, Kops and James, plus the standard ... reviews...
Pom Pom Camp
Situated on Pom Pom Island, on the western side of Moremi Game Reserve, Pom Pom Camp overlooks the reed-fringed Pom Pom Lagoon, ...More about Pom Pom Camp
The programme at Pompom turned out to be less rigid than our first impressions: there needed to be a framework to accommodate the number of visitors, and Paul and his colleagues ... reviews...
Kanana Mokoro Trail
The Expert Africa team has not yet experienced this activity, although we know and like Kanana Camp who operate this trail. The ...More about Kanana Mokoro Trail
Although this camp will take 4 people, my husband and I were the only guests on our two nights there. Compared to other camps we stayed at, this was the most like proper ... reviews...
Xaranna Okavango Delta Lodge
Xaranna Okavango Delta Lodge, like its sister lodge Xudum, occupies an island within 62,000 acres of private reserve amidst the ...More about Xaranna
Following a 5 minute flight from Nxabega we landed at the Pom Pom airstrip and 25 minutes later we were met at the lodge. We had requested Tent 1 which was waiting for us ... reviews...
Situated on a remote island in the middle of the large private Jao Reserve in the Okavango Delta, Jao Camp is surrounded by open ...More about Jao Camp
+ Highlight: the helicopter flight! A must for the surroundings and views. - Staff is a bit too concerned (always asking every minute if everything is ok) and not that united... reviews...
Seba Camp was built around 2006, and is situated on the south-western side of Botswana's Okavango Delta. Located in an ancient ...More about Seba Camp
This camp (the junior partner to the celebrated Abu elephant safari camp) may not be particularly well endowed with game according to some guidebooks, but we were very happy ... reviews...
Little Tubu is one of the newest camps in the Jao Concession (NG25), opened in mid-2013. Situated on Hunda Island, deep in the ...More about Little Tubu
Little Tubu was simply fantastic. Our host, Gerad (?), was outstanding and made it so much fun. The service is personal and you get the feeling that every single member of ... reviews...
Located on the edge of a permanent lagoon in a grove of towering hardwood trees, Abu Camp is one of the most luxurious and expensive camps in Africa. For many years it was owned and sporadically run by its founder, the charismatic Randall Jay Moore. During this time it gained a reputation as the ...More about Abu Camp
Banoka Bush Camp
Named after the Banoka people or river Bushmen, who first settled in the Okavango Delta, Banoka Bush Camp is one of Botswana's newer safari camps, having opened in late 2010. Situated in a former hunting concession and overlooking a lagoon connected to the Khwai River, Banoka lies in the Khwai ...More about Banoka Bush Camp
Eagle Island Camp
On the of the Okavango Delta’s first photographic camps was built on Xaxaba Island, very close to where Eagle Island Camp is situated today, surrounded by lagoons, floodplains and waterways. It was called Xaxaba Camp. Chris, from Expert Africa, first visited it over 20 years ago, and although the ...More about Eagle Island Camp
Machaba Camp is one of the newest offerings along the Khwai Riverfront, having only opened in 2013. That said, visitors familiar with the area might well remember the old Machaba Camp on whose foundations this latest iteration is built. A member of the Expert Africa team first visited at the end ...More about Machaba Camp
Opened in Mid-2013 and situated deep inside the delta on a small island, Pelo Camp is Jao Concession's newest lodge. Surrounded by permanent, open floodplains this is the perfect camp for water-based activities and its main purpose is as a mokoro (traditional dug-out canoe) camp. Unusually ...More about Pelo Camp
Sango Safari Camp
Opened in 2010, Sango Safari Camp is on the outskirts of the traditional Khwai Village. It is within the Khwai Community Concession, not far from the border of Botswana’s Moremi Game Reserve – and its proximity to these two areas allows guests to do activities in both. Sango is a small and quite ...More about Sango Safari Camp
Villa Okavango – which has also been known as 'Abu Private Villa', or 'Abu Villa' or even, previously, 'The Elephant Villa' – is set amidst ancient trees in the western part of Botswana's stunning 'wet wilderness', the Okavango Delta. The luxurious tented retreat lies on the edge of a large permanent ...More about Villa Okavango
Xudum Okavango Delta Lodge
Spread across an island within the seasonal and permanent waterways of the Okavango Delta, the upmarket Xudum Okavango Delta Lodge was previously known simply as ‘Xudum’. It offers a range of water- and land-based activities within an area that is known for its natural beauty rather than its wildlife ...More about Xudum Delta Lodge