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Last 5 reviews
Luxurious safari experience
We spent 2 nights at Camp Okavango and couldn't have been happier. The accomodations were fantastic and the staff bent over backwards to make our stay unforgetable. We had very close encounters with a variety of animals and our tour groups were intimate. Meals were tasty. Highly recommend.
Wonderful Botswana safari experience location
Beautiful, distinctive, natural safari camp that is comfortable, welcoming, and that allows you to get close to animals in their natural environment. Camp staff, guides and manager were all wonderful. A delight to stay here. Accessible only by small plane!
Total luxury 'camping'. Accommodation fantastic with everything provided. Even the laundry was done to perfection! Staff so friendly and welcoming that we felt part of a family. Guides so knowledgeable and looked after us so well we always felt safe. And loved the staff entertainment every evening. Would love to go back. Definitely one for the 'bucket list'.
Incredible Honeymoon experience
We spent two nights at Camp Okavango during our honeymoon and this was an experience we’ll never forget. We were looked after brilliantly from the first minute to the last. Our guide KT was great fun and taught us so much about the Delta. The boats are a great way to take in the environment and see such a variety of animals: elephants, hippos, big cats and tiny birds without disturbing them. Doing the guided walk - tracking buffalo and learning the secrets of the Delta was a real highlight and a refreshing departure from the game drives of other Safari experiences. The Camp was immaculate and filled with welcoming and charming staff, dedicated to looking after you with a smile. We booked C.O as a ‘once in a lifetime’ holiday, but we’ve already promised ourselves we’ll be back! Thank you to all the team for making our honeymoon so special.
Luxury in the delta
Fantastic accommodation and communal areas. Staff all professional, if a little aloof. Our guide Luckson was magnificent in helping us to explore the delta by Ali boat, mokoro and walking safari’s. Getting up close and personal with tiny reed bed frogs, watching elephants swim across water ways and walking alongside a herd of 400 Cape buffalo. The hippos were magnificent, many and easy to photograph, the three species of kingfishers were also plentiful, just trickier to snap! The bird watching was sublime, I thought the malachite kingfishers were going to be my favourite, but watching the golden weaver birds building their next was mesmerising. Seeing, hearing and photographing a giant eagle owl was just too good to be true!
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