Experience the Okavango with Kadizora Camp

The northern lagoons and tributaries of the expansive Okavango Delta are not as well known for its game-viewing as the central and southern regions. What it is known for, however, is its remote location, low number of visitors and its superb fishing opportunities, drawing anglers from far and wide. Kadizora Camp, located on the edge of a peninsula in this part of the Delta, provides comfort and luxury alongside a terrific Okavango experience.

Birdlife is prolific in these parts, with our fine feathered friends drawn to the abundance of trees and the enticing insect and fish population booming in these parts. Keen birders and photographers will have plenty to observe and snap. Sparse expanses of savannah house the game and predators in the area and are punctuated by the watery tendrils of the Delta. Activities include open vehicle and walking safaris, mokoro excursions and fishing available on request.

Kadizora Camp’s 10 Luxury Tents feature twin/double beds, an en-suite bathroom with a feature bath, his and her vanities, an outdoor shower and a viewing deck. The main lodge is home to a lounge, boma, and bar with stunning views of the plains. Relish fine dining prepared by an expert culinary team and served with breathtaking views.

Highlights

  • Fishing is a prominent pastime, particularly between August-October when barbel run
  • 1hr flight from Kasane or a 40-minute flight from Maun (which is connected to major hubs such as South Africa & Zimbabwe)
  • Two daily safari activities (game drive/bush walk/mekoro cruise) & fishing on request
  • Northern reaches of the Delta are known for great birding, fishing and photographic opportunities 

Location

North-West District

Popular Facilities

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Wi-Fi
  • Swimming Pool

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From $378 per person per night
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