Botswana is the largest inland delta in the world. The area is a labyrinth of channels, palm fringed islands and fertile floodplains, trapped in the parched sands of the Kalahari desert where animals congregate including lions, elephant, hyenas, wild dog, buffalo, monkeys, hippo, crocodiles, and more.
The northern part of the Okavango Delta fronts onto a huge floodplain and it is backed by extensive bushes and shrubs. There is a private unfenced wilderness area and even canoe safaris, boat cruises and guided walks where holidaymakers can enjoy bird watching, spinner fishing and game viewing.
There are safari camps situated in an island on the edge of the Okavango Delta for guests in luxury tents, ideal for small groups and families. There are mekoro dugout canoe safaris, boat cruises, morning and night game drives and guided walks where you can view leopard, lion, wild dog, hyena and smaller predators.
Lying on a shady bank of the Kwando River, you can go on morning and night game drives in open vehicles, double deck boats, cruising and guided walks.