Botswana is the pinnacle of safari destinations and it may be so for two principal reasons – the discovery of diamonds in 1959 and the Okavango Delta. The former underwrites their economy which allows the latter not to be over exploited. Consequently, and despite wildlife concession areas being huge, the number of camps and visitors are kept low.
Typically an Okavango Delta camp has between three and ten safari units and accommodates between six and, allowing for family tents, twenty four guests; you’ll be unlikely to come across another vehicle or boat (in season) during your stay.
View a selection of camps below and do get in touch for more information and guidance on which one(s) would be perfect for you.