Okavango Delta camps and lodges
Okavango Delta camps and lodges offer a wide range of experiences. Lodges in the Panhandle region mainly focus on fishing and birding. Accommodation in the permanent northern and central wetlands delivers a more water-based safari. Game drives may be offered but the emphasis is on exploring by mokoro (traditional canoe) and motor boat. Idyllically located, these camps are perfect for relaxation, birding and photography.
Accommodation on the edge of the Okavango Delta focuses on game viewing by vehicle though many also offer water-based activities in high water season (June to August). These camps lie in beautiful, diverse landscapes and game drives reveal a staggering wealth of wildlife.
Many Okavango Delta camps and lodges lie in the wildlife-rich Moremi Game Reserve. Others are set in privately-run concessions where guests enjoy extra activities such as spot-lit night drives and walking safaris. (Read more about the activities in the Okavango Delta
Accommodation in the Okavango Delta ranges greatly in character too. Tented camps offer a more traditional candles-and canvas ambience. Some lodges are more suited to families and groups travelling together while several are ideal honeymoon destinations. The Okavango Delta’s top accommodation ranks with the best in the country: grand air-conditioned suites and outdoor bubble baths are among the luxuries.