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New for 2021 is the semi-mobile Pangolin Photo Camp, a seasonal camp open between March and November on the NG16 private concession in the north-east of the Okavango Delta.
Not only is the photographic focus of this camp something which sets it apart (more to come on that later) the semi-mobile nature brings a real, adventurous, light touch to this camp which we love. The camp, which can cater for a maximum of just eight people will only stay in place for two weeks at a time before moving to another of the seven pitches it has available within the private concession.
Pangolin Photo Camp has 30,000 hectares of a varied environment to explore, consisting of open plains, small stands of woodland and brush, bisected by the Selinda Spillway and other seasonal streams, waterways and lagoons. In our experience this area of the Delta is a particular favourite of wild dogs and a stay here of three or four night gives you a great chance of bumping into a pack or two.
As previously mentioned anyone with photographic tendencies- from a seasoned pro to those who just enjoy taking pictures with their mobile phone is going to love this camp. Not only is it hosted by a specialist photographic guide who is on hand for advice and guidance throughout your stay but there are also cameras, lenses and even a ready supply of memory cards free for all to use. So you don't even need to have your own equipment to make the most of this camp and the stunning photographic opportunities!