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Delta Camp

Situated on the south-western edge of Chiefʼs Island in the heart of the Okavango Delta, Delta camp is predominantly a ʻwaterʼ camp with walks on the neighbouring islands. Traditional mokoros (dug-out canoes) are used to explore Okavango’s narrow water ways.

16 guests can be accommodated in 7 luxury chalets (including 2 family chalets) that are raised and built from reed and wood. Each chalet has an en-suite bathroom with hot and cold running water, a shower with a view and solar-powered electric lighting. All chalets are different in design and décor, adapted to fit around the ancient trees of the island forest and open to the spectacular natural environment.

Game of all sorts are abundant: lion, leopard, buffalo, elephant, hippopotamus, crocodile, giraffe, antelope including the rare lechwe, tsessebe and sitatunga, to name a few.

Well over 450 species of birds do occur, bringing the forests, rivers and flood-plains of the Okavango to life.

Getting there


Delta Camp is serviced by Delta Camp Airstrip –a 20 minute flight from Maun, 50 minutes from Kasane, and 15-30 minutes from most other camps.

GPS location: 19°31' 56.19" S and 23° 06' 19.48" E

Activities


Included:

Private mokoro (traditional dug out canoe)

Private guided walks

  Cultural interaction at authentic baYei village

Chiefʼs Island Walking Trail

(a fully-serviced wilderness camping expedition)


Rates

2018

Green season (01/12-31/03, 15/11-23/12)

Luxury chalet         USD 495

Shoulder season (01/04-30/6 and November)

Luxury chalet         USD 730

High season (01/07 - 31/10)

Luxury chalet         USD 885

CHILDREN under 16 stay FREE with 2 adults sharing (1 or 2 children depending on available chalet). All ages welcome.

Rates are based on per person sharing

Single supplement 30% (only in high season)

INCLUDED: accommodation and all meals, tea/coffe and snacks, beverages (soft drinks, wines, selected spirits), laundry, activities, park fees

EXCLUDED: items of personal nature, transfers, Government ‘wilderness fee’ of $30 pppd on the Chief’s Island Walking Trail – Payable by guests directly to the camp.

Always ask us for the latest rates as rates may change without notice!