Classic 6-night safari in Botswana's Okavango Delta region for pristine wilderness and excellent game
A lovely camp situated on the south west of the Okavango Delta
where a necklace of islands is dotted about with fig, knobthorn,
palm and ebony trees. Coupled with a second camp situated on in the
Moremi, in one of the Delta's best spots and one of the most
pristine wilderness areas in the world.
The Okavango Delta is spread over a 15000 km² wetland area, with
a particularly broad diversity of fauna and flora. Described
as "the jewel" of the Kalahari, the Delta is a tranquil
and isolated oasis set in Botswana's harsh and arid
An important feature of the Okavango is the seasonal flooding,
which commences around January/February in the north and ends about
six months later in the south. This results in a cyclical motion of
water rising in the north as it recedes in the south during summer,
and a rising in the south as it drops in the north during winter.
The nature of the annual floods is gentle with floodplains and
islands disappearing under water and then reappearing in an
ever-changing landscape at the end of each season - this is
particularly pronounced in the central Okavango.
A large swamp has formed in the place where the Linyanti River
dramatically changes direction and turns almost 90 degrees. The
area's relative inaccessibility and remoteness makes it one of our
favoured safari destinations.
The area is very similar to the Okavango Delta in
appearance, wildlife and vegetation. The Linyanti is an inland
delta with islands, streams and shallows. During the dry winter, as
dust settles on the surrounding countryside, the
Kwando-Linyanti-that-becomes-the-Chobe River floods and animals
flock by their thousands to drink on the filtered water and feed on
the lush reeds and grass.
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