Set on a private island in the Okavango Delta, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Belmond Eagle Island Lodge offers a more water-focused experience, with activities including motorboat safaris, barge cruises and mekoro (local canoe) safaris, as well as walking safaris and scenic helicopter safaris. The intimate lodge features only 12 tented rooms, all with private decks and plunge pools, whilst the restaurant encourages to share tales of the day’s adventures, before heading to the bar for magnificent views of the sunset.
‘Front-Seat Wildlife Viewing’
Nestled on a private concession on the edge of the leadwood and fig tree forest of the Khwai River floodplains, Belmond Khawi River Lodge affords some excellent game viewing opportunities, whether that be on a drive, guided walk or evening safari. Upon your return, there is an inviting outdoor swimming pool as well as a range of spa treatments available. When dining in the evening share your safari experiences with other guests and indulge in tasty local specialities.
'A timeless explorer’s lodge'
This contemporary African designed lodge overlooks a watering hole that sees cheetah, elephant, hyena and other wildlife, regular visitors to this oasis. The lodge has a private viewing hide for you to spend your lazy hours just watching the wildlife gather and nature unfold in front of your eyes.
Other experiences at the lodge include morning and evening game drives, walks to see the bushmen paintings and giant Baobab trees, bird watching and star gazing at night. If you are looking for some quiet time, and relaxation, a visit to the spa will sooth and calm the mind and body.
‘Classic Safari Experience’
Perched on the edge of the Xakanaxa Lagoon, Camp Moremi places you only moments away from the spectacular wildlife for which Moremi Game Reserve is famous. At the camp there are 11 tents, each set on a raised teak deck with their own en-suite bathroom. Two dining areas host buffet-style food, and nightcaps can be enjoyed beside the warmth of a cosy fire pit. After a day of discovery, the swimming pool offers the perfect place to relax.
‘Peaceful Base for Exploration’
Camp Okavango is set on a remote island in the heart of the Okavango Delta, a series of channels, lagoons, lakes and islands that attract a diverse range of wildlife. The camp features twelve spacious luxury suites, while the one family suite offers two bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms. All suites are raised on wooden platforms, and walkways lead out to an elevated public area with two lounges, a bar, library, infinity plunge pool, fire pits and dining room, all overlooking the delta and natural vegetation.
'Remote and refined; A safari paradise'
The luxurious Leroo La Tau is an adventure within the heart of the magical Makgadikgadi Pans National Park. Situated just on to the north-west of Khumaga Village, 140 kilometres to the south-east of Maun and on the western bank of the beautiful Boteti River, the lodge is positioned within an ideal location perfect for exploring the local sights. The lodge is host to twelve elegant suites that all possess en-suite bathrooms and outside of their rooms guests are invited to relax at the lodge's lounge, bar, swimming pool, or game-viewing hide that overlooks a breath-taking vista of the safari.
‘Magnificent Game Viewing’
Residing on Chief’s island in the Mombo Concession of the Moremi Game Reserve, Sanctuary Chiefs Camp sits in an area often referred to as the “predator capital of Africa”. Not only can you discover the reserve's vast wildlife through game drives, but also by boat due to the seasonal flood waters of the Okavango Delta. Mokoros – local dugout canoes, are calmly guided through lily-filled lagoons and streams by expert guides who point out hippos, crocodiles and antelopes. Relaxing moments can be found as you unwind in the swimming pool or with a treatment from the Spa’s organic, fair trade Africology range. At the end of the day gather around the boma for pre-dinner drinks before savouring a sumptuous three course meal. On special occasions, find romantic private dining by the pool or on your private bush pavilion deck overlooking the Okavango Delta floodplains.
‘Child-Friendly Lodge with Superior Luxury’
Sanctuary Chobe Chilwero is located on the border of the Chobe National Park, the second largest national park in Botswana and home to an estimated 70,000 elephants, said to be the highest population of elephants in Africa. In addition to game drives, the lodge also carries out cruise safaris on double-tiered boats where you can observe the game from 360 degree swivel seats. At the camp, children can enjoy their own guided walks and game drives, whilst parents can unwind in the swimming pool or with a soothing treatment at the Spa. In the evening, exquisite cuisine can be savoured in a hilltop lodge overlooking panoramic views of the Chobe River. With their luxurious free-standing tubs, thatched cottages provide a welcoming retreat after a day in the bush.