Kanana Camp

  • Located in Botswana's Okavango Delta
  • 8 spacious safari tents with en suite bathrooms
  • Game drives, mokoro, motorboat safari and bush walks
  • Particularly good for birding
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Kanana is a friendly camp that may not be quite as chic or smooth as many other camps in the Delta, but that is part of its appeal!

Kanana Camp lies in a lagoon by the Xudum River in the south-west of the Okavango Delta. It is on one of a necklace of islands dotted with palms, figs and ebony trees, and home to a large variety of plants, animals and birds.

The camp overlooks a lagoon and is raised up so that guests can enjoy the spectacular view of the surrounding waterways. 

Accommodation is in eight spacious tents with ensuite bathrooms complete with a shower, hot and cold running water and flush toilets. They are spaced well apart for privacy and each has a private teak deck for sitting out.

Kanana is mainly a wet camp between July and October, so game drives are limited during that period. However, guests can explore the waterways by mokoro (dug-out canoe) and motorboat. Bush walks are also popular, as is fishing for tilipia, catfish and African pike. Bird-watching is a particular highlight as Kanana has motorboat access to a seasonal heronry.

"One of the highest ranked lodges on TripAdvisor but still a property where big game viewing can be sparse due to the levels of water in the reserve. The perfect option when booked with a dry game viewing camp – its sister property Shinde for example."

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