Okavango camps for both land and water
Camps that offer equally good land and water activities are mainly located around Providing a variety of activities the Okavango Delta’s land and water camps offer both vehicle borne game drives and water activities. Predominantly located in the Okavango Delta’s vast private concessions which surround the Moremi Game Reserve, these camps offer first class safari experiences.
- Experience a mix of all the delta’s habitats
- Enjoy unsurpassable game viewing
- Frequent big cat sightings
- Tend to be the most expensive camps
3 great Okavango camps for both land and water activites:
So here is our pick of the very best mixed camps in the Okavango Delta, with both high-quality land and water safaris on offer:
Nxabega Okavango Tented Camp
Pom Pom concession
Nxabega is a traditional tented camp offering top-end luxury and hospitality, and due to its placement gives guests the option of both day and night game drives, walking safaris, and excursions on mokoro and motorboat.
Pom Pom Camp
Pom Pom concession
One of the classic Okavango camps, Pom Camp is in the southern delta on Pom Pom Island. The camp borders the western boundary of the Moremi Game Reserve, and has a mixed habitat for excellent all-round game viewing, with access to permanent Okavango Delta waters.
Set on the edge of the Shinde Lagoon, Shinde Camp’s safari tents each offer stunning views across the floodplains and the chance of spotting game whilst relaxing at camp between safari activities.
Tubu Tree Camp
Xaranna Okavango Delta Camp
Xigera concession (Moremi Game Reserve)
See our related Okavango Delta lodge articles:
Map of recommended Okavango Delta mixed lodges
Here’s a map of all recommended Okavango Delta lodges, split by colour into camps focussed water (orange), land (purple), and those which offer a mix of similar-quality water and land activities (blue):
So how did the camps listed above make our list of best mixed camps in the Okavango? We pulled them together through a combination of online research, input from visitors to the website, and in some cases visiting the lodge ourselves as paying guests.
As you continue your research into Okavango Delta water-based camps, it’s worth noting that all accommodation in the Okavango Delta is graded by the Botswana Tourism Organisation. If you use the BTO in your research, please bear in mind that whilst they’re able to provide an indication of the quality of each camp, it’s extremely difficult to use a standard grading system to get across the ambiance and levels of personal service available at these unique camps.
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