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We ended our 3 week safari at what we thought to be the nicest lodge but were sorely disappointed! We flew in over raging wildfires! We were assured it was safe despite all the smoke! We barely slept because of smoke but still assured that...More
On arrival at airstrip staff were busy with photographers & transiting passengers - all welcomed & whisked off to the camp for cool drink. Was only guest on plane, but obviously not important & had to wait half an hour (albeit with nice lady) till...More
Response from Riley_81_10, Marketing Assistant at Camp OkavangoResponded 10 June 2016
Thank you for your feedback with regards to your stay at Camp Okavango. This will be sent to the managers on the ground and at Head office, so that matters can be dealt with accordingly.
The Desert and Delta Safaris Team
We (parents and a 15 year old) stayed at the new Camp Okavangp for 2 nights in April 2016. It is world class. From the moment we got off the small plane and were met by Camp management and staff it was "wow". The Camp...More
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Response from walbots, Director of Sales at Camp OkavangoResponded 21 April 2016
Many thanks for your detailed review of our new Camp Okavango. We are glad that you have arrived back home safely after your African adventure.
We are so proud of the work that we have done to build and offer a totally new...More
We went to Camp Okavango April 2015. It was unbelievable. The accommodation was top notch, food was the best I have tasted for a long time (including the UK) and the guides were a font of information. Chilli B was our guide. He was friendly,...More
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Response from Riley_81_10, Marketing Assistant at Camp OkavangoResponded 10 March 2016
Dear Jo R
Thank you for your review. It is always great to read such positive experiences from our guests. I am not sure if you are aware that the Camp Okavango is no longer and a entire new camp is being built. Opening date...More
We opted to stay at the Camp for 2 nights as part of our Honeymoon trip in order to see a greater variety of animals close up in the Delta which is truly a unique & authentically wild experience.
We flew in on a tiny...More
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Response from Riley_81_10, Marketing assistant at Camp OkavangoResponded 22 December 2015
Thank you for such a great review of Camp Okavango. It is always such a pleasure to read about the entire experience from our guests. I will share the great feedback with the team on the ground. Currently the camp is closed for...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