Situated on the Nxaragha Island in the heart of the Delta the Camp Okavango is a prime spot for wildlife viewing. The Okavango Delta is a delicate self-supporting ecosystem. With the lodge directly located in the center of the core water supply guests have the opportunity to experience the essence of the Delta. Camp Okavango is an ideal place to discover the surrounding water wilderness. The property features a wildlife reference library, cocktail bar, sitting area and dining room.
Scheduled boat transfers and a private airfield provide quick and easy access to the Camp. Relax in the reading lounge, enjoy a refreshing drink at the cocktail bar or experience the Okavango Delta under the stars in the outdoor lounge that is surrounded by Jackelberry trees and features a fireplace. Each of the guestroom features a private deck and forest views.
The Camp Okavango offers accommodation for 24 guests in order to ensure a personal and authentic wilderness experience. The safari tents are located on an elevated wooden platforms and feature private viewing decks. All of the rooms offer forest views and are equipped with 220-volt AC plugs during the day and evening, while 12-volt DC lighting is provided throughout the night.
The exclusive and spacious thatched cottage suite provides the discerning traveler with complete privacy and luxury. Guests may enjoy breathtaking views of the Papyrus lined channels and the distant surrounding islands. The suite is equipped with 220-volt AC plugs during the day and evening, while 12-volt DC lighting is provided throughout the night.
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The dining room leads outside onto a spacious patio, where a fire during the evening hours enhances the quiet and romantic atmosphere. The meals are served in form of small buffets, sit down meals and light snacks as set by the chefs every day.
Other facilities include a secluded bird-viewing hide and sundeck with plunge pool. All game-viewing activities are conducted by experienced guides and include exploring the Okavango Delta by mokoro or motorboat and tracking the larger game species on guided nature walks on the many surrounding islands. Roam the vast expanses of water from the comfort of a modern motorboat or explore the intricacies of the Okavango Delta the old fashioned way, in the traditional contours of the Mokoro (canoe). For those looking to get a little closer to nature, guided bush walks are conducted on a number of the nearby islands, offering an opportunity to track some of the larger land-based species that inhabit this water wilderness. Bird-watching opportunities are outstanding, and fishing for bream and tiger fish is also offered as an activity.
With its meandering mysterious channels, deep, still lagoons and palm-fringed islands teaming with vibrant birds, the Okavango Delta is like no place else on Earth.
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