Built in the middle of the 1970s, it is one of the historical camps of the Okavango Delta and perfectly embodies its wild spirit.
On Palm Island, where the Boro and Metsematsweu channels meet, immersed in the lush vegetation of the delta.
7 wooden and canvas chalets raised on decks with en-suite bathroom.
Walking safaris. Mokoro trips, also of more than one day with overnight stay in a fly-camp. Visit to the local villages.
Lions, leopards, buffalo, elephants and giraffes inhabit this area together with water species such as crocodiles, hippos, red lechwe and sitatunga. More than 450 bird species include Pel’s fishing owl and African fish eagle.
A “green” camp in every aspect of its construction and management, including its activities that are all non motorized. Totally blended in the wilderness, the camp offers walking safaris and mokoro trips only, to live the experience of the Okavango Delta at its purest.