Okavango Delta

Discover the untamed beauty of Okavango Delta

Welcome to the Okavango Delta, Botswana's most iconic and breathtaking wilderness destination. At the Okavango Delta, you'll discover a world of unmatched beauty, where crystal-clear waterways wind through a lush and vibrant landscape, teeming with incredible wildlife.

As one of the last remaining untouched wilderness areas in Africa, the Okavango Delta is a true paradise for nature lovers and adventure seekers alike. At our luxurious lodges and camps, you'll have the opportunity to experience the magic of this incredible destination up close, with a range of safari activities that allow you to explore the Delta's diverse ecosystems and wildlife.

From game drives to mokoro excursions, bush walks to birdwatching, our expert guides will take you on a journey of discovery, sharing their knowledge and insights into the local flora and fauna, while ensuring your safety and comfort at every step of the way.

At the Okavango Delta, you'll have the chance to witness some of Africa's most incredible wildlife sightings, including elephants, lions, hippos, and many more, all in their natural habitats. And with a range of luxurious accommodations to choose from, you can rest assured that your safari adventure will be accompanied by the highest standards of comfort and hospitality.

So why wait? Book your safari adventure at the Okavango Delta today with us and discover the magic of Africa's last Eden like never before. Get ready to unleash your inner adventurer and immerse yourself in the untamed wilderness of the Okavango Delta, Botswana's crown jewel.

Okavango Delta


The Okavango Delta experiences a subtropical climate with distinct wet and dry seasons. The dry season (May-Oct) is best for game viewing, with warm temperatures and almost no rainfall. The wet season (Nov-Apr) is hot and humid with occasional thunderstorms and heavy rainfall. Pack warm clothing for the dry season and bring lightweight, breathable clothing for the wet season. The Okavango Delta is a must-visit safari destination, with incredible wildlife and stunning landscapes year-round.


The Okavango Delta is a unique and stunning wilderness area in Botswana, offering a range of safari experiences and accommodation options. Here are five safari-friendly accommodations in the Okavango Delta:
  1. Belmond Eagle Island Lodge: Belmond Eagle Island Lodge is a luxury lodge located on a private island in the heart of the Okavango Delta. The lodge has 12 tented rooms, each with a private plunge pool and views of the delta.
  2. Xigera Safari Lodge: Xigera Safari Lodge is a luxury lodge located in the Moremi Game Reserve, offering a unique and immersive safari experience. The lodge has 12 tented suites, each with a private deck and outdoor shower.
  3. Duba Plains Camp: Duba Plains Camp is a luxury camp located on a 77,000-acre private concession in the eastern Okavango Delta. The camp has just six tented rooms, each with a private deck and views of the delta.
  4. Little Vumbura: Little Vumbura is a luxury camp located on a private island in the northern Okavango Delta.
  5. Shinde Camp: Shinde Camp is a luxury camp located on a private concession in the northern Okavango Delta. The camp has eight tented rooms, each with a private deck and en-suite bathroom.
Okavango Delta Belmond Eagle Island Lodge Shinde Camp


These are just some of the many activities available in the Okavango Delta. Visitors can also go fishing, take a scenic helicopter flight over the delta, or enjoy a range of water sports on the delta's waterways.
  1. Mokoro Rides: A mokoro is a traditional dugout canoe used by the people of the Okavango Delta to navigate the waterways. Taking a guided mokoro ride is a peaceful and immersive way to experience the delta's wildlife and landscapes.
  2. Game Drives: Visitors can take guided game drives through the delta's wilderness areas, which provide a chance to see animals such as elephants, lions, leopards, giraffes, and more. Some lodges and camps offer both day and night game drives.
  3. Guided Bush Walks: For a more immersive safari experience, visitors can take guided bush walks through the delta's wilderness areas. Walking safaris allow visitors to experience the delta's flora and fauna up close, and can provide a unique perspective on the delta's wildlife.
  4. Birdwatching: The Okavango Delta is a paradise for birdwatchers, with over 400 species of birds found in the area. Visitors can take guided birdwatching tours to spot a variety of bird species, including the African fish eagle, the wattled crane, and the lilac-breasted roller.
  5. Cultural tours: The people of the Okavango Delta have a rich cultural heritage, and visitors can take guided cultural tours to learn more about the local communities and their way of life.

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