Sanctuary Chief's Camp is a luxury bush lodge situated on Chief's Island in the exclusive Mombo Concession of the Moremi Game Reserve in Botswana.Okavango Delta
Xigera Safari Lodge is deeply rooted in the Okavango Delta, a breathtaking landscape of seasonal floodplains and riverine forests, tawny grasslands and verdant papyrus wetlands. Drawing inspiration from its ancient setting, Xigera rests effortlessly within the wilderness of this World Heritage Site.
Crafted with a focus on sustainability—Xigera runs on solar energy—the lodge is also an exceptional homage to African art, culture, and innovation.Okavango Delta
Vumbura Plains Camp is a luxurious wood, thatch and glass themed camp situated to the north of Mombo Island in the extreme north of the Okavango Delta and borders the renowned Moremi Game Reserve.Okavango Delta
DumaTau Camp lies on an exquisite site on the banks of the Linyanti River’s Osprey Lagoon. It is located close to the source of the Savute Channel in the western part of the Linyanti, between two elephant corridors, thus offering an exclusive combination of land and river experience.Linyati
Nestled in the Khwai Concession, a community-managed area within the Okavango Delta, this lovely camp is discreetly positioned beneath the trees along the Khwai River. This river serves as the natural boundary between the renowned Moremi Game Reserve and the concession, allowing for occasional crossings by hippos, elephants, and even lions.Okavango Delta
Linyanti Bush Camp is located on the shores of Linyanti Marsh within a private reserve adjacent to the western edge of Chobe in the Chobe Enclave. These marshes serve as the sole water source for miles, drawing in a variety of water-loving and desert-adapted wildlife, along with numerous birds.Chobe
Jack's Camp is situated in the rugged wilderness area on the border of the Makgadikgadi Pans in the Kalahari, forming an oasis in this harsh, yet beautiful, environment.Makgadikgadi Pans
The Okavango Delta consists of a multitude of main channels, smaller tributaries and lagoons as well as floodplains, islands and mainland areas. The watercourses are constantly changing due to annual flooding as well as a combination of sediment transport, seismic activity, the construction of termite mounds, and the continual opening up of new channels by feeding hippopotami and the closing of others by new vegetation growth.
There are two fairly distinct areas of the Okavango Delta - the permanent swamp, which is inundated with water all year round, and the seasonal swamp, which is flooded annually and dries gradually with the onset of summer.