sale now on
Holiday Search

&Beyond Xaranna Okavango Delta Camp

Destinology
Is this the right hotel for you?
Let's find out! Speak to an advisor.
{{cpvCtrl.getCurrentPrice() | currency:"£":0}}pp
Prices based upon historical data.
  • 2 Adults sharing for {{cpvCtrl.currentPriceDetail.numberOfNights}} nights
  • Room type: {{cpvCtrl.currentPriceDetail.roomType}}
  • Board Basis: {{cpvCtrl.currentPriceDetail.boardBasis}}
  • Check-in Date: {{cpvCtrl.currentPriceDetail.fullDate | date : 'dd MMM yyyy' }}
  • Includes Flights from {{cpvCtrl.currentPriceDetail.departureAirport}} with {{cpvCtrl.currentPriceDetail.airline}}
  • Departure Date: {{cpvCtrl.currentPriceDetail.fullDate | date : 'dd MMM yyyy' }}
  • Checkin Date: {{cpvCtrl.currentPriceDetail.fullDate | date : 'dd MMM yyyy' }}
Based on historical data. 2 Adults sharing a room.

‘Endless Experiences; Winding Waterways’

 

Reachable only by boat during the high water season, &Beyond Xaranna Okavango Delta Camp sits on a permanent channel of the Okavango Delta; a UNESCO World Heritage, dotted with meandering channels, winding lagoons and overgrown islands. The camp comprises light and airy guest areas as well as secluded reading spots, each carefully positioned to reveal sweeping views across the channels. Luxury en-suite tents flow out to a covered outdoor sala where massages can be enjoyed, if not unwinding with a dip in your private plunge pool. On land you can discover the vast game with an enthralling drive, or if you are feeling more adventurous, embark on a half or full-day horseback safari. Arguably the best way to experience the Delta, mokoro boating trips take you peacefully through the channels, passing elephants and hippos as you go. Fishing, boating and scenic helicopter flights also provide further options. After a day of magnificent viewing, the camp invites you to savour delicious cuisine in the elevated dining area or candlelit open-air boma.



In Our Opinion

‘Secluded camp overlooking a permanent lagoon, offering unique game viewing activities, laid-back guest areas and tents with private plunge pools. Children are also welcome here.’

We've been here

Speak to one of our Botswana experts about planning your dream holiday today
  • Air conditioning
  • In-room safe
  • Room fans
  • Mosquito nets around beds
  • Indoor bahtub
  • Indoor & outdoor shower
  • Hairdryer

Tents

Luxury tents comprise a four-poster bed on bleached floors and an en-suite bathroom with a deep bathtub, as well as both an indoor and outdoor shower. A covered outdoor sala is furnished with comfortable seating and along with the private plunge pool, overlooks magnificent Delta scenery.

FEATURES

  • One four-poster bed
  • Indoor bathtub
  • Al fresco shower
  • Outdoor sala

  • Air conditioning
  • In-room safe
  • Room fans
  • Mosquito nets around beds
  • Indoor bahtub
  • Indoor & outdoor shower
  • Hairdryer

Guests can take part in game drives, mokoro rides, fishing, boating, scenic helicopter flights and horseback safaris.

Game drives

Due to very few vehicles sharing the private concession, game viewing in the Okavango Delta is remote and secluded. Later drives continue after night allowing you to views many animals that are more active at night such as the leopard and serval. Guides will ask about your favourite wildlife and try to ensure that your preferences are met; be it tracking a particular species or getting to know the general habits of the animals. Guides will also tell you about the vegetation of the region.

Mokoro rides

Mokoro rides are boating trips through the winding channels and shallow lagoons of the delta. The mokoro boats are not motorised and offer a unique way to view the game as you silently glide through the channels. You will see many animals that feed on the grass such as lechwe, sitatunga, elephant, hippo and crocodile. 

Fishing

Depart on a fishing trip and see if you can catch the elusive tiger fish or Tilapia. Not all water-based camps allow fishing but some do allow it on a catch and release basis, with most of the fishing taking place in the Panhandle region where the Okavango River enters the Delta.

Boating

Motorised boat trips allow you to cover more ground and see more of the landscape, however unlike the mokoro trips some of the wildlife may be scared off by the sound of the motor.

Okavango Horseback Safari

Explore the wildlife with a half or full-day horseback safari, offering a unique experience with magnificent game viewing opportunities. All horses and tack are of the highest quality and safari guides are armed to ensure your safety. Additional costs apply for this activity.

Scenic Helicopter Flight

Experience the Okavango Delta from above as you fly past fleeting waterways and floodplains, viewing the otherwise hidden areas of the Delta. Additional costs apply for this activity.

Animals you may see:
• Elephant
• Buffalo
• Antelope
• Sitatunga
• Lechwe
• Zebra
• Hippo
• Lions
• Cheetah
• Hyena
• African wild dog
• Serval
• Honeybadger
• Mongoose

&Beyond Xaranna Okavango Delta Camp operates on an all-inclusive basis which incorporates:
Dining
• Three meals daily
• Soft drinks
• House wines
• Local brand spirits and beers
• Teas and coffees
• Refreshments on game drives

Leisure
• Game drives
• Mokoro & fishing trips
• Motorised boat excursions
• Bush walks
• Birdwatching
• Children’s programme with treasure hunts

Other
• Laundry
• Emergency medical evacuation insurance
• Transfers to & from the lodge airstrip
• Park fees

Leisure:


• Swimming pool
• In-room massage available

Services:


• WiFi in guest area
• Child-minding (additional cost)

Safari Shop


• African art
• Jewellery
• Chic outdoor gear

Dining Options
For guidance only - subject to change
Safari Meal Plan
• All meals
• All drinks (excluding premium brands)

Breakfast

Following a morning game drive you will return to camp for breakfast, which involves platters of fruit and cheese as well as hot dishes such as eggs, oats and waffles.

Lunch

After a short walk around camp or a quiet read of a book in one of the secluded areas, you will then be served lunch in the spacious dining area.

Afternoon Tea

Afternoon tea can be enjoyed before you depart on your afternoon game adventure, and maybe after you take a quick nap or a dip in the refreshing pool. 

Dinner

Return from your adventure and relax on the camp’s elevated dining area or find intimate moments on the candlelit open-air boma, then savour delicious cuisine as you gaze across the Delta.

&Beyond Xaranna Okavango Delta Camp is located on a permanent channel of the Okavango Delta, a UNESCO World Heritage site at the heart of the Kalahari Desert.
Nearest airport:

• Maun International Airport

&Beyond Xaranna Okavango Delta Camp welcomes families with children of all ages and offers the following facilities and services to ensure they have an enjoyable stay. Please note that children aged 5 years and under cannot participate in game drives or nature walks. Children aged 6 to 11 can participate in game drives at the lodge manager’s discretion. Children aged 12 to 16 can participate in mokoro activities at the lodge manager’s discretion, and children aged 16 and over can participate in nature walks.

Accommodation
• The lodge can accommodate a limited number of triple rooms

Children’s programme

• Treasure hunts

Babysitting
• Child-minding available at an additional cost

OVERALL REVIEW SCORE

Rated /100 overall
from of our customers
{{categoryAverage.average}}
{{categoryAverage.average}}
{{categoryAverage.average}}
{{categoryAverage.average}}
based on reviews
based on reviews


- {{dreview.reviewerName}} {{dreview.dateCreated | convertToDate | date: "MMM yyyy"}}
Date Travelled:
{{catReview.category.name}}
{{catReview.rating}}
{{catReview.rating}}
No Reviews Available.
{{treview.publishedDate | date:"dd MMM yyyy"}}
Based on historical data. 2 Adults sharing a room.
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
Destinology
Other departure airports, durations and guest configurations are available when you check availability on any given date.

Explore Botswana