A secret safari sanctuary

Sanctuary Chief's Camp is a super-luxurious bush lodge situated on Chief's Island in the exclusive Mombo Concession of the Moremi Game Reserve in Botswana's Okavango Delta. The Moremi Game Reserve is a cordoned-off section of the Okavango Delta and the undisputed "predator capital of Africa". This is the land off wild dog, lion, cheetah and leopard.

Chief's Camp has been so skilfully integrated into the landscape that guests can often view game without even leaving camp. Shaded from the heat of the day by a beautiful grove of jackalberry trees, Chief's Camp is so remote you'll feel like the only human around for miles. White rhino have also been introduced to this concession, making game drives through the area all the more exciting. The main-lodge complex houses the curio shop, reception and the impressive library.

Twelve secluded Bush Pavilions have been designed for ultimate privacy and comfort, and to offer you a front-row seat for this rich and rewarding African adventure. Each features an en-suite bathroom and private game-viewing deck. Relish fine dining and award-winning wines on site, prepared by a world-class culinary team.


  • Set in a high-wildlife population area – experience game drives like no other
  • Seasonal water of the Delta entices animals to gather in areas near the lodge
  • Accommodation is secluded and intimate, with great features and authentic décor
  • The camp spa offers a variety of invigorating treatments and massages
  • Every June, when the area is at its most flooded, mokoro excursions are available


Chief's Island, Maun

Moremi Game Reserve

Popular Facilities

  • Swimming Pool
  • Restaurant
  • Internet Access
  • Bar
  • Gym
  • Library
  • Spa

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From $811 per person per night
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