Kanana Camp

Located in the private Kanana concession in the south-western Okavango Delta overlooking the Xudum River is relaxed Kanana Camp. The eight deluxe luxury style tents are built on stilts to insure a good view of the floodplains for all guests. The common facilities of the camps are also built up on stilts overlooking these floodplains. There is a sandy fire pit and jetty, and a short walk from there leads you to a lovely swimming pool and deck. Kanana Camp is built among spectacular shade trees of ebony, knob thorn acacia, and the sausage tree. Protected by a mix of jackal berry, acacia and sausage trees, Kanana is surrounded by a necklace of islands dotted with palm, fig, ebony and knobthorns and home to a myriad of birds, plants and animals.

  • TentTent
Tent

Guests are accommodated in eight spacious, structured tents raised on wooden decks. Spread out along wooden walkways, all tents overlook the channel of seasonal floodplains in front of the camp. Tents are equipped with cozy twin beds beneath a large, walk-in mosquito net. The en-suite bathrooms feature a 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.

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Family Tent

The new Family Tents feature two bedrooms with a shared bathroom, providing the perfect opportunity for exciting family safari adventures.

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Dining/Lounge

Raised, circular, split on three levels and open-sided the main lodge includes a small reading area and a bar, dining and lounge area with plenty of comfortable seating. Professionally managed menus include fresh bread baked daily and fresh vegetables and a well stocked bar with lots of ice.

    Activities

    A land and permanent water camp, Kanana offers superb birding as it hosts a seasonal heronry that teems with activity from July to December. Other activities include game drives, night drives, exploration of the Delta by motorboat, glass-bottomed mokoros with a unique underwater view, guided nature walks and fishing (excluding January and February).

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