Fruit from the vine at Machaba Camp

The understated, ‘50s-style Machaba Camp is located in the game-rich 180,000ha Khwai concession of the Okavango Delta adjacent the Moremi Game Reserve. Machaba trees, from which the camp gets its name, are plentiful in the Delta and renowned for their abundant fruit, providing food for a wide variety of wildlife, from elephants and baboons to bushbuck and green pigeons.

The Machaba tree is aptly considered the tree of life, and the camp is a lively place because of them, with game-viewing and bird-watching around Machaba Camp always an exciting experience that offers plenty to see at every turn. And, thanks to the open-air safari vehicles used on game drives, avid photographers will have endless opportunities to snap that perfect picture.

Accommodation at Machaba strikes the perfect balance between class and comfort, with 10 Luxury Tents nestled in the treeline along the Khwai River and overlooking the gorgeous Moremi Game Reserve. Each tent features an en-suite bathroom, living area, and an intimate and romantic outdoor shower. Children are always welcome at Machaba, with two of the tents catering specifically to families.

Highlights

  • Situated within the Okavango Delta, overlooking the Moremi Game Reserve and Khwai River
  • The surrounding Khwai area is home to a wide variety of game and bird species
  • Classy and simple accommodation, with only 10 Tented Suites available
  • The camp has a tented main area, a library and a sizeable swimming pool complete with sun loungers
  • Open-air game drives afford ample opportunities for photographers to snap the perfect picture

Location

Khwai

Popular Facilities

  • Swimming Pool
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Library
  • 24 Hour Security

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From $515 per person per night
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