Okavango Delta


  • A place of incredible natural beauty, indigenous protected wildlife and vegetation
  • Glide through the waterways in a mokoro (traditional wooden canoe) or explore by game drive, bush walk, horseback or elephant safari
  • Vast animal population including lion, elephant, buffalo and wild dog
  • Varied accommodation from stylish lodges to earthy mobile camps


Made up of lagoons, channels and islands, the Okavango Delta is one of the world’s largest wetland ecosystems, teeming with wildlife. Starting in Angola’s western highlands, it has no outlet to the sea and empties onto the sands of the Kalahari Desert creating an oasis.

Getting to and from the Okavango Delta is normally by air, from where the waterways glisten like the fine silks of a spider's web and the seasonal swamps and floodplains provide a heavenly breeding ground and a haven for birds and aquatic life.

Stay in style or camp in comfort – the choice of accommodation is as varied as the activities on offer. Split into private concessions as well as reserves, like the Moremi, all of which home to a multitude of wildlife from lion to wild dog, a safari to the Okavango wouldn’t be complete without complimenting game drives with water based activities like mokoro and motorboat to get really close to all the area has to offer.



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