Camp Okavango Ngamiland
Camp Okavango in Botswana is situated on remote Nxaragha
Island in the heart of the Okavango Delta, assuring a year-round water
wilderness experience. Unashamed luxury blends with the Africa of yore in the
elegant thatch and Lethaka main building which houses a cocktail bar, lounge
and dining room, while the expansive open air patio caters for al fresco meals
and evenings around a blazing fire. Camp Okavango's dinner served by
candelabra is renowned among knowledgeable Africa travellers. Shaded hammocks,
reading benches and a delightful sundeck and plunge pool provide relief during
the hot midday hours, whilst an elevated observation platform affords stunning
views of the tranquil floodplains. Camp Okavango accommodates only 24 guests
in intimate exclusivity in East African style safari tents individually sited
on raised teak platforms with en-suite ablution facilities and a private
sundeck. Each tent is exquisitely furnished with a Rhodesian Teak wardrobe,
luggage rack, dressing table, bedside pedestals and traditional directors
chairs; colourful woven rugs, designer linen and matching interior blinds
complete your African hideaway.
Camp Okavango accommodates only 24 guests in intimate exclusivity in East African style safari tents individually sited on raised teak platforms with en-suite ablution facilities and a private sundeck. Each tent is exquisitely furnished with a Rhodesian Teak wardrobe, luggage rack, dressing table, bedside pedestals and traditional directors chairs; colourful woven rugs, designer linen and matching interior blinds complete your African hideaway. Honeymooners are catered for and, for those that demand the ultimate in exclusivity, Camp Okavango boasts the 'Okavango Suite' where your stay may include private game viewing activities.
What is included: Your stay at Camp Okavango is inclusive of accommodation, all meals, all local brand drinks, scheduled game-viewing activities, park entrance fees and laundry service.
What is not included: Gratuities, curios and items of a personal nature. Premium brand drinks.
Children: No children under 12 years accepted.
Electricity: Generator power (AC 220V) is available during the day and evening. Video batteries can be recharged, with no adaptor required. Suites are equipped with a 240-volt AC plug for hairdryers and 12-volt DC lighting for night time use, after the generator has been switched off.
The Okavango Delta is a conundrum, a contradiction of 16000 square km of crystal clear channels, serene lagoons and a myriad of islands; this unique wetland system survives atop the sands of the vast Kalahari Desert. It is fed by the mighty Okavango River, which flows southeast from the Angolan highlands, to flood the Delta on a perennial and annual cycle. The water wilderness of the Okavango Delta offers a safe haven for innumerable bird and wildlife species. The elusive Sitatunga Antelope has found refuge in this pristine wetland ecosystem, while birds such as the Africa Fish Eagle, Pel's Fishing Owl and many others are magnificent in their spectacular display. Situated on remote Nxaragha Island in the heart of the permanent Okavango Delta.
How to get there: Your arrival at Camp Okavango will be arranged for you by co-ordinating a transfer by means of light aircraft charter. These air transfers operate from either Maun, Kasane (to which you will be transferred to by road, if travelling from Livingstone or Victoria Falls) or any of the other camps or lodges in Botswana. These air transfers operate on a seat in charter basis which might include a stop at certain camp airstrips in Botswana to either drop off or pick up other travellers. At your request, private air charters can be arranged on your behalf which will take you directly to Camp Okavango from any destination in Botswana.
When travelling to Camp Okavango from Camp Moremi or Xugana Island Lodge, we strongly recommend that this transfer be done by boat. This provides the opportunity for you to experience the multitude of serpentine streams that form the Okavango Delta and this transfer is a true activity in its own right. Visits to the heron breeding areas on Gadikwe and Xakanaxa lagoons are included in the transfer from Camp Moremi. This also includes possible opportunities to see other potential wildlife sightings along the way.
Overview of Camp Okavango: Camp Okavango is situated on remote Nxaragha Island in the heart of the permanent Okavango Delta - a conundrum contradiction of 16000 square km of crystal clear channels, serene lagoons and a myriad of islands. Camp Okavango accommodates only 22 guests in intimate exclusivity in East African style, safari tents are individually sited on raised teak platforms with en-suite facilities and a private sundeck. Experienced resident naturalist guides conduct all game viewing activities; include exploring the Okavango by canoe and river craft on wildlife and bird watching expeditions.
Rates per person per night, full board: on request
RATES ARE INCLUSIVE OF:
Accommodation, scheduled activities & laundry services.
All meals, refreshments, local spirits & wines (premium brands excluded).
Complimentary mini bar at Chobe Game Lodge and Chobe Savanna Lodge.
Emergency medical evacuation insurance.
National park fees and all government levies & taxes.
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