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This camp is totally different to the other bush camps we visited as it is only water based and there are no vehicles. The camp itself is beautifully sited, the accommodation excellent and the staff very friendly and helpful. The show they put on each...More
This camp is something out of a Hollywood movie. It is chic, elegant, clean, well maintained, beautiful, and all set in the heart of the Delta. The rooms are so gorgeous and breathtaking that it will knock your socks off! I've stayed in some great...More
We spent 3 nights in Camp Okavango at the end of August. Thoroughly enjoyed our time there, but would probably have only spent 2 nights instead of 3. Activities included mokora rides, bush walks and boat cruises down various water channels in the delta. Great...More
Both the modern stylish accommodation and the location on the delta were stunning. The staff were charming. Lydia and Kapono provided us with a wealth of information as well as kindly care. Our knowledgeable "bushman" guide, Tau and Gee were treasures. The musical offerings in...More
of the 3 properties we visited (Chobe Game Lodge, Camp Moremi and here), this was the most modern. We loved the room! our first game drive was on a boat, honestly, my heart sank, it was slow paced and we just saw birds which is...More
Dear Tony The Train
Many thanks for your inquiry. Camp Okavango is located on a remote island surrounded by water 365 days of the year. Access to the camp is by light aircraft - the path from the airstrip to the camp is... More
Dear Tony The Train
Many thanks for your inquiry. Camp Okavango is located on a remote island surrounded by water 365 days of the year. Access to the camp is by light aircraft - the path from the airstrip to the camp is about 200 meters and rather sandy. Furthermore - activities revolve around boat excursions, Mokoro excursions and walking safaris - all of these involve getting into and out of boats and canoes - unfortunately not suited or easy for access by wheelchair.
I would not recommend this particular camp as suitable for a wheelchair user at all.
I would suggest that you possibly look at Camp Xakanaxa or Okuti as better suited for your needs?
I trust that this is of assistance and answers your query?
Desert & Delta Safaris - Camp Okavango
Many thanks for your enquiry. Camp Okavango is a water based camp. It is located on a remote island in the heart of the permanent Okavango Delta. The experience here is all about the water wilderness of the... More
Many thanks for your enquiry. Camp Okavango is a water based camp. It is located on a remote island in the heart of the permanent Okavango Delta. The experience here is all about the water wilderness of the Okavango Delta and due to its location, only water based activities are offered. These are in the form of mokoro activities, boat excursions and guided walks on the surrounding islands. No game drives are offered by vehicle - therefore no night game drives are offered either. Camp Okavango does not have game drive vehicles.
I trust that this clarifies?
Warm wishes from Botswana
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"Room 6 closest to main buildings. Room 1 is a long walk"