A masterpiece of nature, The Okavango is the world’s largest delta. A unique pulsing wetland which covers between fifteen thousand and twenty-two thousand square kilometres. It owes its existence to the Okavango River which flows from the Angolan highlands, across Namibia’s Caprivi Strip and into Botswana.
There is so much to experience in this African paradise. Embark on water safaris in the Mokoros on small water boats or enjoy land-based walking safaris and game drives. This is an ultimate wildlife destination divided into large, remote private concessions and it is limited to a handful of camps and guests, making it an exclusive experience.
We have travelled extensively throughout the Delta in search of the best camps which offer the ultimate experiences, so we know exactly how to make your experience an unforgettable one.
The Okavango is truly the most incredible wilderness sanctuary on the planet.
Caroline's Hot Tips
May to October is the dry season and the best time for land-based wildlife viewing as the animals are attracted to the water region.
December to April is the green season and most animals disperse. However, resident wildlife migratory bird sightings are very good.
Special rates apply for green season months.
Remote camps are accessed from Maun on scheduled safari flights.
May to October is the dry season in Botswana.