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Set within a remote woodland area in the private Shinde Concession on the northern edge of the Okavango Delta, Footsteps Across the Delta is a small, simple camp offering an authentic and adventurous safari experience.
The emphasis here is on small group walking safaris, and with its incredible setting, authentic bush camp atmosphere, highly experienced guides and friendly team, it is undoubtedly the best walking safari camp in the Okavango Delta.
Walking in the wilderness with an expert guide offers a unique opportunity to gain a greater understanding of the environment and it is a completely different experience to sitting in a safari vehicle.
On your walks your expert guide will teach you about the plant life and the Delta's fascinating ecosystem, and they’ll also give you an insight into tracking wildlife.
You’re likely to see plenty of animals, including herds of elephant, buffalo, zebra, wildebeest and impala, plus sightings of red lechwe are common, and along the permanent waterways of the Delta you might be lucky enough to see the elusive sitatunga antelope and more common reedbuck and waterbuck. The area is also known for its predators including lion, leopard, cheetah and hyena.
Although the focus is on walking safaris, game drives, mokoro and motorboat excursions, and bird watching are also possible, however for a complete Okavango experience we recommend that you combine Footsteps Across the Delta with a stay at another camp where game drives are the main activity.
Note: This is a seasonal camp which operates between March-November.