Vumbura Plains shows the Delta at its best

Vumbura Plains is a fantastic camp situated in a private concession, bordering the Moremi Game Reserve in the extreme north of the Okavango Delta. The Vumbura Reserve has a wonderful variety of habitats, great wildlife diversity and an enormous traversing area of close to 24,000 hectares.

With permanent water and a vast expanse of dry land, the lodge offers the full range of wildlife activities. Take to the water in the silence of a traditional mokoro or nippy delta boat for some spectacular scenery, bird watching and game viewing. On land, your ranger will navigate the marshy floodplains in an open game-viewing vehicle. Walking safaris and bird watching provide a serene and intimate encounter with the fascinating African bush. Back at the camp, indulge in a massage offered by the mobile spa.

This stylish camp is made up of two separate lodges of seven Suites each. The tented suites sit on raised wooden platforms beneath a dense canopy of indigenous trees. The décor is light and airy with a Scandinavian touch. Each suite looks out over the watery plains and has an outdoor shower, a raised lounge, and a private deck with a plunge pool. Relish fine dining, complete with traditional dancing al fresco in the African bush.

Highlights

  • Situated in the Vumbura Reserve, containing around 24,000 hectares of varied habitats
  • Ideal mix of luxury safari accommodation and an authentic safari experience
  • Explore the Okavango Delta by mokoro or delta boat, open-air 4x4 vehicle, or on foot
  • Animals that can be spotted include lion, cheetah, wild dog, leopard and hyena
  • Secluded and intimate accommodation with just 14 available suites

Location

Vumbura Plains

North-West District

Popular Facilities

  • Bar
  • Pool

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From $1,030 per person per night
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