Jacana Camp

Jacana Camp: Information from the owner

All the information on this page is supplied to us directly from the lodge owner and reflects their view, not ours.
For Expert Africa's view, see our own report, which contains our own observations and views.

Type Safari Lodge
No. of rooms 5
Last updated 29-Apr-2020

Main description of Jacana Camp

Jacana Camp: Facilities

Property facilities Bar, Pool, Private Vehicle Available
Room facilities Electrical Outlets, En-Suite, Fan, Internet Access (Complimentary), Laundry Service (Complimentary), Mosquito Nets, Outside Shower, Safe, Tea / Coffee
Available services Credit Card
Activities on site (some activities may be seasonal) Bird Watching, Boating, Catch-and-release Fishing, Game Drives, Mokoro Excursion, Walks (Guided)
Activities nearby (some activities may be seasonal) Cultural Tours, Helicopter Scenic Flights

Room types at Jacana Camp

Standard Tent(s)

Standard Tent(s)

There are five twin-bedded canvas tented accommodations each with two three quarter beds. Mattress converters are available that transforms twin beds into king-size beds. To be arranged prior to arrival.

Activities at Jacana Camp

Jacana Camp - Boating

Jacana Camp - Boating

Trips in 9-seater and 8-seater boats in the waterways to the east of camp allow for good game viewing in the channels further away.

Jacana Camp - Fishing

Jacana Camp - Fishing

Fishing with a limited supply of basic equipment (spinner rods and a small range of lures) is on offer seasonally on a catch-and-release basis.

Jacana Camp - Game Drives

Jacana Camp - Game Drives

Land-based game drives are offered when the inundation levels are lower, typically in the summer months. These drives reveal the likes of elephant, zebra and other plains game, and potentially the predators of the region. Our open 4x4 Land Rovers, each accommodate a maximum of seven guests, thus allowing each guest a ‘window’ seat.

Jacana Camp - Mokoro Excursions

Jacana Camp - Mokoro Excursions

Glide seamlessly along the waterways of Jacana in a mokoro (a traditional dug-out canoe and spot some of the small fascinating creatures of the Delta – maybe even hippo and crocodile – as well as the wealth of waterbirds of the region.

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