Chief’s Camp

Chief’s Island, Moremi Game Reserve

Situated on Chief’s Island in the Moremi Game Reserve, Chief’s Camp is considered to have some of the finest game viewing in Africa. Chief’s Camp is situated on Chief’s Island in the seasonal delta. Floodwaters generally infiltrate the area in June / July and remain for a period of four to five months.

A well equipped camp, the main area the dining facilities, bar, curio shop, library and reception and built into the existing landscape, under a canopy of mature Jackalberry, Sausage and Rain trees. The main deck area is split-level and offers expansive views over the floodplains. The lower level of the deck houses the swimming pool. There is a beauty treatment room at Chief’s Camp. The treatments offered use Thalgo and Africology products. Electricity (240 volts) is supplied by a synchronized, silent generator system allowing 24-hour power supply at Chief’s Camp.

Chief’s Camp comprises of twelve luxury bush pavilions, three with king beds and nine with twin beds. Each pavilion boasts a spacious seating area and private game viewing deck with hammock. En-suite facilities include an indoor and outdoor shower. Each room is equipped with a hairdryer, ceiling fan, in-room safe, emergency intercom and mini-bar.

The area is renowned for its large concentrations of plains game, elephant and buffalo as well as for its predators. Rhino were introduced into the area. Game drives are conducted early morning and late afternoon with some of the best professional guides in Botswana. Mokoro (dugout canoe) activities, subject to water levels, explore the waterways and allow viewing of birds and animals from a water level.

From USD 1160 per person


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Photographic Safaris

Photographic Safaris

Unspoilt vistas in Africa

With a variety of habitats and ever abundant water, the Okavango Delta provides the photographer with a wealth of subjects, dramatic landscapes, herds of plain’s game and spectacular birdlife.


Photographic Safaris

Game drives are conducted early morning and late afternoon with some of the best professional guides in Botswana. Mokoro (dugout canoe) activities, subject to water levels, explore the waterways and allow viewing of birds and animals from a water level.

Moremi Game Reserve

Moremi Game Reserve

Diverse Habitat

The vegetation in the Kwedi Concession ranges from open floodplains to dense mopane bushveld – offering spectacular game viewing and birding opportunities all year round. The permanent swamp and island habitats abound with beautiful tree-islands of every size, surrounded in turn by permanent waterways created both by the summer rains and the annual winter floodwaters of the Okavango Delta.


Moremi Game Reserve