Delta Camp

Nestled in the beautiful and palm-studded Chief's Island, bordering the Moremi Game Reserve, with stunning views of the Boro and Metsematsweu channels of the Okavango, the Delta Camp overlooks the swamp and riverine forest from the elevated deck of the Camp’s lounge and dining area.
Wildlife in Okavango is abundant and includes leopard, buffalo, lion, hippopotamus, crocodile, elephant, giraffe, antelope including the elusive tsessebe and sitatunga, lechwe, the shy pangolin, otters, honey-badgers, and different species of wild cats such as genets, servals and civets. There are also several species of snakes, lizard, skinks, tortoise, chameleon, terrapin, Gecko and Nile crocodiles. There are also over 450 species of birds, some of them endangered. 
The Camp is serviced by Delta Camp Airstrip –a 20 minute flight from Maun, 50 minutes from Kasane, and 15-30 minutes from most other camps.

GPS CO-ORDINATES: 19°31' 56.19" S and 23° 06' 19.48" E
Explore Okavango in a private mokoro ride(traditional dug out canoe) 
Private guided walks with experienced guides and learn about the endemic flora and fauna
Chiefʼs Island Walking Trail is a fully-serviced wilderness camping expedition 
Cultural interaction at an authentic baYei village with the locals and understand their way of life.
Green Season (Dec - Mar)Shoulder Season (Apr - Jun)High Season(July - Oct)
Full Board$ 495$ 730$ 885

1 night stay bookings will incur a 50% supplement charge

Children of all age groups are welcome and there are two family rooms to accomodate the families. Since all trips are private, allowances can be made for all needs.

Children 11 years and younger will be charged 50% of the Adult rate when sharing

Prices include accommodation, all meals, Teas/ coffees and snacks, drinks (soft drinks, water, beers, select wines and select spirits), laundry, activities, Government taxes and levies excluding the wilderness fee on Chief's Island Walking Trail and park fees

Prices exclude visa costs, light aircraft transfers, travel Insurance, items of a personal nature, and Government ‘wilderness fee’ of $30 pppd on the Chief’s Island Walking Trail
The reed chalets also known as Lethaka include en-suite bathrooms with hot and cold running water. All of it is built with the natural materials and elevated off the wilderness floor. The chalets are positioned to avail the best possible views of the surroundings without being in the way of the natural beauty of Okavango!

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