OKAVANGO DELTA SAFARI
Unbeatable All Year SADC special
Enjoy the best Wilderness Safaris Okavango Delta camps for an unbelievable SADC rate.
Note : Xigera Camp is currently closed and should re-open June 2020
3 night fly in package from:
Valid 10 Jan 2019 - 10 Jan 2020
Excellent Okavango Delta Camps
To encourage Southern Africans to travel in their own continent we bring you this opportunity to experience a Botswana safari at a fraction of the normal cost.
Choose from the following Wilderness Safaris classic Botswana camps: Chitabe, Xigera, Seba Camp, Jacana, Kwetsani, Savuti, Tubu Tree and Little Tubu
Xigera Camp (pronounced Keejera) is located on a riverine island right in the heart of the Okavango Delta. This part of the Moremi Game Reserve is a true wetland paradise, with Xigera Camp surrounded by deep channels and lush vegetation.
Seba Camp overlooks a perennial lagoon of the Okavango with prolific birdlife and visiting pods of hippo.
Located on a beautiful island in the private Jao Concession in the Okavango Delta and surrounded by the seasonally inundated floodplain and papyrus swamps.
Located in the central region of the Jao Concession, Kwetsani Camp has access to the vast open floodplains.
Located in the largest area of permanently dry land in this region of the Okavango Delta, Tubu Tree Camp is surrounded by the palatable grasses which lure many species of plains game.
What you should know
The Okavango Delta and surrounds is essentially a wilderness experience and while these camps are considered to be of a luxurious standard and in our opinion offer every essential creature comfort required in the bush and more, there are certain limitations that come with being in a remote location such as lack of mains electricity and cell phone signal
As such these camps do not not offer air-conditioning, hair dryer facilities and baths. There are a limited number of double beds in the camps so if you have specific requirements please discuss these with us so that they can accommodated.
How to make a booking
Passports and visas
Unabridged birth certificates for minors travelling to Botswana
To summarise the above, should families be travelling with children below the age of 18 as of 1 October 2016 they will require the following:
Money, currency and credit cards
The Okavango Delta lies in a summer rainfall area. Winter (May, June, July to about mid August) weather is mild in the day but can be below freezing at night in some areas. Summer is from October the end of March and weather during this time can be warm to hot . All the other months (April/early May and late August/early September) the days are cooler than in summer and the nights are warmer than in winter. October is traditionally the hottest month of the year when temperatures rise to the late 30's (Celsius) before the start of the summer rains.
Casual comfortable clothing in neutral colours bearing in mind the time of year you are travelling. Shorts, T-shirts and light shorts for summer and light layers for winter that can be removed as the day gets hotter. Winter nights are cool to cold and will require a fleece jacket, beanie and scarf.
Power supplied at Wilderness Safaris camps
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