Inhabit paradise at Camp Okavango

Botswana’s Okavango Delta is the largest of its kind in the world, growing and shrinking with the changing of seasons and its inhabitants forever coming and going in sync with the shifting landscape. It is in this unique and interesting setting that Camp Okavango is found. Lying on the Nxaragha Island in the "permanent" section of the Delta, its position within the region means the water level stays more or less constant, providing a consistently captivating experience.

The Delta hosts a variety of exciting activities. Boating and mokoro expeditions along these endless waterways afford opportunities to witness many wild creatures in their natural habitats. Possible sightings include hippo, giraffe, lion, rhino, warthog and even the rare African Wild Dog. Over 400 bird species have been recorded in the Delta.

This exclusive camp accommodates only 24 guests in intimate Safari Tents that have been raised on platforms and stand at a distance from each other for added privacy. Each tent features an en-suite bathroom and private viewing deck. The luxurious Okavango Suite is a stand-alone thatched cottage, perfect for a honeymoon or romantic getaway.


  • Set in the Okavango Delta, a paradise of lakes, lagoons and interconnecting waterways
  • Incredible biodiversity, from fascinating mammals and birdlife to the rarest species of fish
  • The camp houses an extensive reference library for the weird and wonderful creatures you will encounter on boat excursions and walking safaris
  • Individually set tented suites, each featuring a private deck with fantastic views 


Nxaragha Island

North-West District

Popular Facilities

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Pool
  • Library

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