Nokanyana Camp, meaning “Little River”, lies on the confluence of the Khwai and Mabebe rivers, in the far east of the Okavango. This is an intimate and relaxed camp offering an affordable base to explore the area, with game drives to Moremi, Khwai and Mababe depression. With 3 family tents Nokonyaya is particularly well suited to families. Activities focus on morning and afternoon game drives.
Nokanyana camp consists of ten comfortable and well-presented tents all set along the banks of the river, with 7 standard tents and 3 family tents. The individual tents all feature a spacious sleeping area, private deck and boast inside and outside showers. A large main area consists of a spacious lounge, bar, dining room and boma overlooking the river. A sparkling swimming pool offers welcome respite from the midday heat and adds to the attraction of Nokanyana.
Being a major source of water for key species such as elephant, waterbuck and Red lechwe, the Khwai river is a popular meeting place for giraffe, kudu and zebra and the predators that follow such as lion, leopard, and hyaena. Wild Dog sightings are frequent and full day game drives are on offer for those guests wanting to take full advantage of this once in a lifetime opportunity to see the diversity of species that makes this part of the Okavango so special. The flexibility of the activity schedule at this camp is a big drawcard for families who wish to experience a more relaxed itinerary that caters for their own personal needs.
Full day trips are possible to the accompaniment of packed lunches and knowledgeable guides keen to share their bushveld wisdom with valued guests. Enjoy morning and afternoon game drives and savour the raw African bushveld with sundowner drinks at a specially selected spot along the river just as dusk settles over the horizon.
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Mopiri Camp- translated as ‘’Little Island’’-offers a classic water camp experience. Situated on a three-kilometre permanent lagoon, surrounded by sparkling Okavango waters, Mopiri sits among quintessential Okavango scenery. Activities focus on the water, with boat trips through the winding channels of papyrus and peaceful mokoro rides gliding through the shallower waters as you explore this unique eco-system. Tranquil island surroundings allow guests to set their own pace.
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