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We have just returned from the truly amazing experience that is "Delta Camp", Camp Okuti and the Okavango Delta. Everything about it will stay with me forever. Our guides, Matsoudi, Timon and Lee were such fun and loved to play little pranks on us with...More
We stayed in Delta camp for 2 nights but could have stayed so much longer. I have never been in such a tranquil place. We stayed in the Tree House and woke both mornings to the sound of Lions in the distance. Our guide was...More
We booked a six day trip through DumelaBotswana and it all worked fine. The first 3 days were at OddballsCamp in the Okavango Delta, and the last 3 in Kubu Lodge on the Chobe River.
It cost us $3,000 all up for the 2 of...More
We booked out journey to Oddballs Camp via Island Safaris and got great service from them. We always got a prompt respond from them via email to our questions which were replied detailed and patient. We have to admit that we have been a little...More
Had A great time at Oddballs Camp.
The flight over the delta to Chiefs Island was part of the experience.
Went with dumelabotswana and everybody told us that going to a fly in lodge is all luxury,and way out of our pricerange.
Oddballs and dumelabotswana...More
Response from PeterMaun | Property representative |
Hi Barry, Oddballs' itself takes 30 guests whilst The Enclave takes just 10, so is much more intimate. also the tents are much bigger, so it really boils down to what's more important to you - the intimacy and comfort, or... More
Hi Barry, Oddballs' itself takes 30 guests whilst The Enclave takes just 10, so is much more intimate. also the tents are much bigger, so it really boils down to what's more important to you - the intimacy and comfort, or the money. Not that Oddballs' is uncomfortable, it's just a matter of degree. Bring an hat!