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Sanctuary Chiefs Camp

In by Sammy-Jo Petersen

Discover one of the world’s top safari destinations in Moremi Game Reserve as rated by Conde Nast Traveller Magazine. Sanctuary Chief’s Camp hogs a prime spot on the largest island in the Okavango Delta and offers lavish comforts like a 5-star city hotel. Revel in sophisticated accommodation that blends into the charismatic scenery outside. First-class dining and top wines contribute to the status of this safari hideaway that embodies the essence of bush indulgence and wildness.

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Okuti Camp

In by Hazel

Okuti Camp in the Moremi Game Reserve is cleverly laid out along the edge of the lush Xakanaxa Lagoon, enhancing precious water and bush views. Revel in unforgettable sightings of spectacular birds, reptiles and mammals while relaxing under unique beehive-styled thatched roofs. Enjoy architectural innovation that sets Okuti apart from other Moremi camps – enter what look like 7 strange tunnel like structures and appreciate reed-lined walls, natural warmth and astounding views from private decks. Game drives and motorboat cruises.

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Khwai Tented Camp

In by Hazel

Find Khwai Tented Camp on a semi-permanent site within the community-run Khwai Concession on the eastern border of the Moremi Game reserve. The river acts as a border between the reserve and the community which opens up unlimited explorations of this exciting region. Experience an authentic tented African safari experience in a quaint and recently refurbished camp easily accessible from Maun – a remote getaway is the perfect start to your Botswana safari experience

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Camp Moremi

In by Hazel

Peering out from beneath giant ebony trees, Camp Moremi is the epitome of the word safari. Find it in the Xaxanaka area of the Moremi Game Reserve where thrilling morning and evening game drives promise frequent sightings of lion, leopard, cheetah and African Wild Dog. Or cruise the Xaxanaka Lagoon and surrounding Okavango channels by motorboat. You will never want to leave the 11 African-style safari tents that look out over the lagoon from raised teak platforms.