Discovering the vast wetlands of the Okavango Delta is a thrilling adventure, and this distinctive journey enables you to fully immerse yourself in the surroundings. With no fixed schedule, each evening's campsite is carefully selected based on water levels and wildlife activity. The numerous secluded islands offer picturesque settings for camping, and while the camp may not relocate daily, it may be moved a few times to maximize wildlife viewing opportunities.
Referred to as the "Jewel of the Kalahari" by many, the Okavango Delta is recognized as one of the most remarkable wetlands globally. Floodwaters originating from the Angolan highlands travel a distance of 1,200 km along the Cuito and Cubango Rivers before merging to create the Okavango River. Upon reaching Botswana, the waters spread out over 15,000 sq/km before vanishing into the sands of the Kalahari, never reaching the ocean.