At a Glance
- splendid isolation
- no noises from motor boats
- if you want to go power boating, this is not the place
- comfortable but not luxurious accommodation
Delta Camp Review
This enchanting camp is set deep on an island in the Okavango. Reed chalets, each with a private bathroom, are furnished with wood furniture and upturned mokoros; they look like something straight out of The Swiss Family Robinson. Each chalet faces northeast to catch the first rays of the sun as it rises above the palm trees, and below your windows are shallow, bird-filled pools, with deep waterways only paces from your front door. Family-owned for many years, the camp has an intimate, relaxed atmosphere; the goal here is to experience the tranquility of the environment. Activities include guided mokoro trails into the maze of waterways and game walks on adjacent islands with a professional licensed guide. A major conservation plus for Delta Camp: motorboats are not used as the emphasis is on preserving the pristine purity of the environment. This adds immeasurably to the relaxed, peaceful atmosphere that pervades this lovely camp.