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Five reasons why you have to visit the Okavango Delta

The Okavango Delta, a natural oasis, offers visitors a chance to dive into a world full of wildlife and lush vegetation. The Okavango Delta is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, as well as one of Seven Natural Wonders of Africa.
The Kalahari Desert in northern Botswana covers the delta, which is between 6,000 and 15,000 km2. Its existence can be attributed to the Okavango River, which flows from Angolan Highlands through Namibian Caprivi Strip and into harsh Kalahari Desert.

The Okavango River Delta is a protected wildlife area. It is also protected by the Moremi Game Reserve, which lies to its eastern border, and Ngamiland’s numerous wildlife concessions. The Delta is well-known for its wildlife, with large numbers of mammals and great birding, particularly during breeding season.

The Delta is home for a lot of animals such as elephant, buffalo and lion, as well as predators like leopard, cheetah, African wild dogs, bird species, and predators like leopard and cheetah.

The deeper channels and lagoons are home to honey badgers. Take a mokoro ride to see the beauty of the flowing waterways. You will find iridescent dragonflies, frogs in every color and jewels like kingfishers within the papyrus-lined banks.

You can still enjoy the water sports. A guided game drive, bush walk or boat trip will allow you to get a close-up look. To explore these activities, plan your Botswana safari.

Romantics will enjoy the intimate and private nature of its remote fly in lodges. A Okavango Delta honeymoon makes a wonderful choice for those looking for undiluted romance in stunning places. The Delta is the ideal destination for both safari enthusiasts and nature photographers.
The Okavango Delta is home to some of Africa’s finest camps and lodges, including:

Xaranna Okavango Delta Camp

The Xaranna camp has only nine safari tents with ensuite that combine canvas and bleached wood. The camp has a cool, light and airy atmosphere that is in harmony to the natural beauty of its surroundings. You can read more at this website.

Xudum Okavango Delta Lodge

The Xudum consists 9 split-level safari suites. Each suite features a private plunge swimming pool and a rooftop hideout with stunning Delta views.

Camp Okavango

The Camp Okavango lies in the middle of the Okavango Delta’s heart and Nxaragha Island.

Experienced guides will guide all game viewing activities. This includes exploring the Delta by motorboat, mokoro, or motorboat and tracking larger game species during guided nature walks on many islands around.

Nxabega Okavango Tented Camp

The Nxabega Okavango Tented Camp, which is situated in a 25,000-hectare protected wildlife concession near the Okavango Delta and bordering the Moremi Game Reserve, can be found at Nxabega Okavango Tented Camp.

The camp is ideally located to explore the Okavango’s splendor. It is well-known for its elegant tented accommodation that offers breathtaking views over the Delta.

Sandibe Okavango Safari Lodge

Sandibe, which is situated on a private concession has exclusive traversing right over 22,500 hectares wildlife land that are adjacent to Moremi Game Reserve.

Sandibe Okavango Safari Lodge views the delta through a maze surrounded by brilliant green papyrus. Behind the lodge are golden floodplains that stretch to the distance. They are framed by lush palm islands, and the giant termite mounds.

Botswana, Africa’s jewel, is known for its stunning waterways and abundance of wildlife. Botswana is a country that values low volume tourism. This ensures that Botswana’s natural bounty will be preserved and protected for future generations.