In the private Kanana concession in the heart of the Okavango Delta, a confluence of forests and seasonal floodplains house the elevated structures of the Kanana Camp. The activities at this camp are at the mercy of the annual floods, meaning that an experience here is as varied as the spectacular environment it finds itself in.
Positioned on the edge of a permanent channel, the camp is a superb place from which to experience the wonders of the Delta. The annual floods allow for a water-based safari alternative to the game drives the camp has on offer during the dry season. Enjoy motorboat excursions and mokoro trips across this flooded Eden and witness the magnificent display of birdlife at the nearby heronry.
During certain times of the year, guests will be able to witness the water levels visibly rising from the eight Tented Chalets, raised on teak decks. The Chalets feature en suite bathrooms and three-quarter twin beds with mosquito net coverings. The main lounge and dining area have been constructed around a giant strangler fig tree and include a bar and seating areas.
- Discover fascinatingly diverse flora and fauna in the confluence of forests and seasonal floodplains
- Enjoy game drives in the dry season and water safaris in the rainy season
- The heronry showcases a magnificent display of birdlife
- The lounge and dining area is built around a giant strangler tree overlooking the delta
- The Okavango is a UNESCO World Heritage Site