- Latin America
- Travel Inspiration
Families (children over 6 years), Couples & Honeymoons
Located on Pom Pom Island, within the Matsebe private concession, hidden in the spiderweb waterways of the Okavango Delta, encased by the Xudum river system, this camp serves up lush and serene scenery, as well as unparalleled wildlife-watching opportunities.
Enjoy game drives by day and night, traverse the water channels via mokoro (traditional dug-out canoe) safaris, take a relaxing boat cruise to watch wildlife swimming and drinking, then try your hand at angling with a catch-and-release fishing trip to hook an African pike or bream.
As you float in the southwest of Botswana’s famous delta, look out for appearances from safari favourites such as baboon, zebra, hippo, giraffe, elephant, cheetah, leopard, lion, wildebeest, warthog and more, as well as a rare glimpses of an African wild dog, pangolin, or honey badger.
In addition to big game, you’re sure to be impressed by the flurry of feathers that abound the fertile Delta region, with notable species such as the pied kingfisher, African jacana and the elusive Pel’s fishing owl calling this magical corner of Botswana home.
In the evenings, curl up by the campfire with your fellow guests and guides, swap safari stories and camera captures, and unwind under the star-strewn Botswanan sky.