Okavango Delta safaris
The Okavango Delta is a surprising and lush oasis in an otherwise arid country, dominated in the most part by the Kalahari Desert. This area of shallow reed beds and flowing channels is best explored by boat, an experience that allows you to drift silently through the waterways, watching wildlife. You might even see the area's lions taking down larger game such as elephants and buffalo, behaviour unique to this region.
Covering roughly a third of this region is the renowned Moremi Game Reserve located at the heart of a series of private reserves, which boasts luxurious camps from which you can easily explore this beautiful landscape.
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Botswana is one of Africa's finest wildlife-viewing destinations, a land of diverse ecosystems, bountiful birdlife and enough big game to keep even the most demanding safari aficionado happy.
Top itineraries in Okavango Delta
Explore the best of Botswana's stunning wildlife on this tailor-made tour staying at comfortable and well located lodges in the Makgadikgadi Pans National Park, Okavango Delta and Chobe National Park.
This laid back yet luxurious safari, which combines superb land and water-based game viewing, visits three lodges run by luxury safari specialist and conservation company andBeyond.
A luxury 12-day safari in Botswana's Okavango Delta, Zambia's South Luangwa National Park, and Zambia's Victoria Falls
Top places to stay in Okavango Delta
Set on its own island in the heart of Botswana’s Okavango delta, &Beyond’s Xaranna camp offers luxurious solitude amongst a teeming ecosystem of elephants, lions, hippos, leopards and cheetahs.
Chief’s Island in the Mombo Concession of the Moremi Game Reserve provides the setting for this award-winning luxury camp. Newly renovated and reopened, its outstanding accommodation and exceptional levels of service cement its place among Africa's leading safari lodges.
Effortlessly romantic and set amongst shady trees and huge termite mounds nestles the small and intimate Sanctuary Baines' Camp
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