Lodge style Solar powered safari adventures
Personal and genuine
The canoe glides gently through the Delta; the only thing you hear is the reed bending and the lapping water. Then, your guide points to the right. Hippos loll in the lagoon, a pelican tries to catch some fish. It is just you, the water and the wildlife, within hand reach. At Delta Camp, guides will take you deep into the wilderness and introduce you to the wildlife of the Okavango Delta. The camp is unpretentious, but has a great knowledge of their surroundings. Guides all grew up in the area, and made it their mission to show you this rousing world. They will take you in their handmade, dug-out canoes to explore the waters, as well as exploring the land by walking safaris. The best part? You will have your personal guide throughout your stay, which will listen to your questions and needs. Let the experienced eyes and ears of your guide take you on an adventure in the Okavango Delta; as you meander downstream, there are discoveries around every bend.
Delta Camp is conscious, and rather keeps the area in their natural state, than providing ice cubes every minute of the day. Their power is generated by solar panels, and - where possible - the water is heated in similar fashion. Sure, the solar panels are not the prettiest, but it is the result that counts. No noisy fuel tankers that cross the floodplains, to deliver diesel for the generators, and no generators that spew filth and clatter through the night. The chalets blend in with the natural environment, which means they might be built into trees. Talking about trees: why not spend the night in the tree house? Just for those who are not afraid of heights. Back on firm soil, all chalets boast hot and cold running water, mosquito nets, solar-powered lightning, a comfortable bed and shower with a view. At Delta Camp, you won’t miss anything, except maybe the rat race called modern life.
Activities at Delta Camp
Delta Camp offers daily walking safaris and mokoro (dug-out canoe) excursions in the Moremi Game Reserve, led by your personal guide. Have an intimate experience walking in the dynamic eco-systems of the Okavango Delta. While traveling on foot with your guide, you will learn about tracking animals, how they behave and live, as well as becoming aware of the surrounding plants and trees. Another beautiful experience is the village walk: a unique chance to see the local town. During your stay, you will have the freedom to explore the Okavango at your leisure. Feel like a day of relaxing after safari activities? Your guide will understand that reading a book - with the soothing sounds of nature is the back - is just what you need.
Delta Camp special offer - kids go free
Take the children out on safari with Delta Camp in the Okavango. A maximum of two children -when sharing with two adults- up to 16 years old stay for free at Delta Camp. This special offer is valid through 31 December 2020. Offer is subject to availability of suitable rooms.
Tripadvisor comments Delta Camp
The stay in delta camp was the highlight of our 3 week journey across Namibia and Botswana. The cabins are made of wood and are open and light, every cabin is unique and you can even stay in a tree house. The best thing is that elephants are common and you can see them regularly in and around camp. At night you can watch Hippos get out of the water. The service and the food is amazing - five star service in the middle of the delta. If you travel to the Okavango Delta, don't miss delta camp. The best time is June or July, when the water levels are high and you can do extensive trips with the mokorro. On the other hand, December is a great time also because water levels are low and there are only very few mosquitos.Arne_Petermann from Berlin, Germany
We've been to Delta Camp in December so there was low water in the delta. We've been pick up at the Airport. The logde is very nice. Everything is made of Wood. The rooms are all different and some of them even don't have doors. As we arrived in the camp there were 5 elephant bulls in the middle of the camp. That was hilarious. We stayed in the treehouse. Even in the treehouse there was a bathroom with shower and a toilet and the view from the terrace was breathtaking. The staff was very very nice and answered every question we had. The food was delicious and I can't complain about a thing. We saw a lot of wild animals while our hiking trips through the bush. In low water season we had absolute no problems with insects. I would go again.Swenja P from Berlin, Germany