Villa Okavango Botswana
Villa Okavango has been
designed to offer a family or a maximum of two couples the experience of
enjoying a luxurious home in a wilderness
setting. The villa is set amid a grove of ancient trees, and an elevated teak
deck houses the spacious living area best described as Afro-Bedouin - spacious
and airy. There are two large en-suite bedrooms, one with a magnificent
four-poster bed and the other with two sumptuous 'sleigh' beds.
The dining and lounge areas are furnished in a colonial-baronial style. Antiques abound throughout and there is an informative and absorbing library of natural history books. The villa has its own staff, and a resident chef will prepare excellent meals as and when they are required, adding to the exclusive atmosphere. A resident butler is also on hand. The outdoor area is also designed for total relaxation; from the tranquil swimming pool to the high, expansive deck allowing guests to view the tranquil lagoon and the surrounding landscape with its prolific birdlife and passing wildlife.
A resident guide is on hand with an open, comfortable 4x4 to conduct morning and evening game viewing drives. During the wet season, guests can enjoy the numerous waterways by mokoro, the traditional poled craft used as transport by the local people.
Rates three nights package: on request
Fully inclusive tariff includes accommodation (sharing), all meals, all activities, park fees, VAT and Tourism levy. Departures on Tuesdays and Saturdays, minimum 2 persons. Air transfers from any Okavango/Moremi camp are included. Children 8-12 years old only: adult rates.
Contact & reservations:
1) you can e-mail us requesting information and/or rates
Reservations are only accepted in writing: by fax or via e-mail.
Final availability confirmation: in writing: by fax or via e-mail.
Terms & conditions, Payment options and Cancellation policy
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