Jao Camp

Jao Camp

Rooms
9 suites
Traveller's rating
Good (80%) From 4 reviews
Children
Best for aged 6+
Open
All year

Situated on a remote island in the middle of the large private Jao Reserve in Botswana’s Okavango Delta, Jao Camp is surrounded by open seasonal floodplains dotted with small islands. With a fusion style of Balinese and African décor, Jao is an imposing and luxurious camp which sprawls over roughly a kilometre among tall shady leadwood, African mangosteen and ebony trees.

Our view of Jao Camp

Jao is a well-established and very luxurious camp – even by Botswana's high standards – and has a price tag to match. It's a camp that can be enjoyed and experienced for itself, as much as for its beautiful surroundings. The food and spa are very good, the levels of service are high, and they seem to succeed in providing a more individual and adaptable experience than many other Okavango camps. Jao is unlikely to appeal to the safari 'purist', unless they're keen birders, but for a couple of nights at the start or end of a trip, to relax and enjoy the best of the Okavango Delta's water-based activities, it's a great choice.

Jao Camp: Traveller ratings

Good(80%) From 4 travellers
Excellent
2
Good
1
Average
0
Poor
1
Terrible
0

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Latest reviews of trips including Jao Camp

Jao Camp review
12-Oct to 21-Oct 13
Good Good
Jao Camp review
22-May to 3-Jun 08
Excellent Excellent
Best tree house ever
17-Oct to 1-Nov 07
Excellent Excellent
Jao Camp
23-Sep to 3-Oct 07
Poor Poor
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