Kanana: Information from the owner
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For Expert Africa's view, see our own report, which contains our own observations and views.
|No. of rooms||8|
Main description of Kanana
|Room facilities||Balcony / Deck, Dressing Gowns, En-Suite, Fan, Hair Dryer, Pure Cotton Linen, Safe, Shower|
|Available services||Credit Card, Laundry Service|
|Activities on site||(some activities may be seasonal) Big 5, Bird Watching, Boating, Catch-and-release Fishing, Fishing, Game Drives, Game Walks, High Tea, Mokoro Excursion, Safaris, Walks|
Room types at Kanana
Guests are accommodated in a spacious, safari tent consisting of two bedrooms, shared en-suite bathroom with shower, hot and cold running water and flush toilet. The tents are well spaced, affording privacy whilst remaining within comfortable distance from the main camp area. Roomy enough to sleep a maximum of 5 people. Kanana takes children from the age of 7 years old.
Guests are accommodated in spacious, twin-bedded safari tents, each with en-suite bathrooms with shower, hot and cold running water and flush toilet. The tents are well spaced, affording privacy whilst remaining within comfortable distance from the main camp area. Double on request.
Activities at Kanana
Explore the Okavango Deltaʼs crystal clear waterways by motorboat, and enjoy the magnificent variety of bird, plant and reptile species found in the area.
Visit the Kanana Private Heronry, one of the largest breeding sights in Southern Africa.
Fishing enthusiasts can enjoy motorboat trips to some of the Okavango Deltaʼs best fishing spots, for a chance to experience the beautiful surroundings before landing a variety of species such as tilapia and tiger fish, African pike and sharp tooth catfish.
Game drives are conducted with a professional guide in specially-designed vehicles this allows unhindered game viewing and photography.
Mokoro activities provide the chance to experience the incredible aquatic wildlife of the Okavango Delta, such as sitatunga, fish eagles, painted reed frogs and malachite kingfishers. Climb aboard a Mokoro with your ʻpolerʼ and enjoy exploring the Okavango Deltaʼs tranquil waterways.
Game drives often continuing into the evening offering the opportunity of seeing nocturnal inhabitants of the area.
Take a guided bush walk to gain a detailed understanding of this diverse environment, which features gems such as red lechwe bounding through marshy areas, a kaleidoscope of birdlife, plus predators and big game. Walks can also be taken on small islands where the extraordinary Pelʼs Fishing Owl is known to nest.