Camp Moremi is located in the game rich Xaxanaka region of
Moremi Wildlife Reserve with mopane woodland, acacia forests,
floodplains and lagoons and has a vast variety of plant, bird
and animal life. The camp is set beneath giant ebony trees,
including a secluded swimming pool. The elevated viewing hide
overlooks the Xakanaxa Lagoon, and accommodates 22 guests in
East African-style safari tents raised on teak platforms with
Moremi is renowned for frequent sightings of lion, leopard &
cheetah, as well as wild dog and hyena. Hippo and elephant are
plentiful as are the full range of antelope, large and small.
Boating on the Xakanaxa Lagoon and Okavango channels provides
and excellent opportunity to view the prolific and varied
Chobe Game Lodge
The famously luxurious Chobe Game Lodge on the banks of the
Chobe River offers un-surpassing views of the river and
floodplains. Each of the 47 rooms is river facing and air
conditioned with overhead fans. Facilities include a large
swimming pool, an elevated riverside viewing deck, and a gym. A
stylish cigar bar offers billiards and broadband internet
Chobe is home to a thriving elephant population as well as large
herds of buffalo, lion, wild dog, puku, red lechwe, sable,
giraffe and roan antelope.
Game drives are conducted in open sided 4X4 vehicles and in
boats for the unique and magnificent views of elephant playing
in the river as well as large pods of hippo and crocodile.
Birdlife is prolific.
Leroo Le Tau - Makgadikgadi Pans National Park
Leroo La Tau located on the eastern boundary of the
Makgadikgadi National Park accommodates 24 guests. The luxurious
en-suite chalets stand on raised wooden platforms overlooking
the dry Boteti riverbed. The main lodge overlooks a water hole
where game concentrates in the dry season.
From mid-November rains transform the `thirstlands` of
Makgadikgadi. The barren salt pans fill with water attracting a
spectacular array of water birds and trigger dramatic migrations
of wildebeest and zebra. Leroo La Tau also boasts bushbuck,
leopard, brown and spotted hyena, impala, kudu, jackal,
porcupine, genet and caracal, to name but a few. In addition,
there is also the possibility of seeing the rare white
rhinoceros. Most unique crocodiles and an amazing pod of hippo
which have survived in
Built on the site of the famed Lloyd’s camp, Savute Safari Lodge
accommodates 24 guests in thatched timber and glass suites, each
with its own private decks. Overlooking the channel, Savute
boasts a viewing deck for watching game at the water hole, a
pool and an al fresco dining area.
Game drives include visits to the rock paintings at Gubatsa
Hills. Major species include giraffe, elephant, zebra, impala,
tsessebe, roan, sable, wildebeest, kudu, buffalo, waterbuck,
warthog, eland, as well as predators including lion, hyena,
jackal, cheetah and possibly wild dog. The second biggest summer
zebra migration in Africa can be seen at Savute from the rains
in November / December through to March / April. The rains
also bring a wonderful variety of waterfowl and lions and hyenas
enjoy a feeding frenzy as thousands of migrating zebra on their
journey to the Makgadikgadi pans.
Xugana Island Lodge
The Xugana Lagoon is perhaps the most spectacular permanent
water site in the Okavango Delta. The boma and al fresco dining
area overlook an expanse of permanent water. The lounge, bar and
dining areas are set back under the Ebony and African Mangosteen
tree canopy in open sided thatched structures. The swimming
pool, located within the mature gardens in the center of the
island, is a perfect place to relax.
The lodge accommodates 16 guests in lagoon facing chalets,
with en-suite facilities and private viewing decks situated on
the shaded fringe of the island.
Explore the Delta by motorboat or canoe (mokoro), or walk on
surrounding islands in the concession. Bird-watching is
outstanding, and fishing for bream and tiger fish is also
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