Delta Camp

  • Eco-lodge in the Okavango Delta
  • Comfortable and unpretentious
  • 7 rooms made of reed and canvas
  • Mokoro trips and walking safari
When To Visit Okavango Delta:

There are no game drives at Delta Camp; game-viewing is conducted entirely on foot or in a mokoro.

Delta Camp is particularly suitable for travellers who are looking for a rustic experience at a very good price.

Delta Camp is situated on a small island in the heart of the Okavango Delta

The main camp is elevated to give spectacular views of the surrounding bush, swamps and floodplains. It has been built to blend in this with the landscape around it, using existing trees, locally grown reed and grass, and canvas where necessary. Accommodation is in chalets carefully positioned to benefit from views of the bush and floodplains. Each has an ensuite bathroom with hot and cold running water, and a shower. Furniture is made by local craftsmen using local materials where possible. Electricity is solar powered.

The area is home to a large variety of wildlife. Elephant are frequent visitors, while lion, leopard, hippo and cape hunting dogs have all been seen from the deck. Activities are based around walking safari and trips into Moremi Game Reserve. Guests have a private guide assigned to them on arrival who looks after them throughout their stay, exploring the waterways in a mokoro (dug-out canoe) and taking them on bush walks on some of the islands.

"Overlooking two channels of the Okavango, Delta Camp has a great location in the heart of the Delta. However due to the fact this property only offers boating and walking safaris we use it rarely. A shame really, it’s a nice location but one that lacks big game."

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