In the heart of the Okavango Delta within the MATSEBE concession area, Pom Pom camp is another jewel in Botswana's crown! Here hippo grunt and frolic in front of camp that is surrounded by miles of reeds. In a clear water oasis "makoro's" offer ... …see more for bookings / enquiries and info.
The Main Camp has an elevated lounge and dining area with beautiful sunset views, it's own swimming pool and eight deluxe en-suite tents. Delicious three course dinners, announced by the beating of drums, are served in our raised dining area... …see more for bookings / enquiries and info.
Accommodating 12 guests in 6 en-suite meru tents Sango Safari Camp is designed in the style of the classic tented safari camp of days gone by. Sango Safari Camp aims to rekindle the atmosphere of the luxury mobile safari camp. …see more for bookings / enquiries and info.
The Okavango Delta is situated in the Northwestern part of Botswana, and is Botswana's Garden of Eden. The Okavango River, which has its source in the Angolan Highland,s passes through Namibia before forming the Okavango Delta in Botswana. The flood plains, shallow reed beds, lily ponds and papyrus swamps are unique in Africa. There is a 15,000 sq km maze of lagoons, channels, and islands and for this reason it is fittingly known as "the river that never finds the sea". The Okavango Delta System has been designated as a Wetland of International Importance and is the world's largest Ramsar Site.
The Delta is an area rich with a variety of mammals, birds and fish. The islands of the Delta are extremely lush and visitors can enjoy the palms, forest glades and the more than 400 species of birds. Game-viewing here is unsurpassed and travellers can marvel in sighting lion, elephant, hyena, wild dog, buffalo, hippo and crocodiles. Other smaller mammals to be seen include warthog, mongoose, spotted genets, monkeys, bushbabies and squirrels. Tourists holidaying in the Okavango Swamps have the great outdoors to keep them entertained. Canoeing on the clear waters and viewing the animals as they come down to the waters to drink is a truly magical experience, while 4x4 trails with amazing game-viewing opportunities are very popular.