Located on the beautiful, palm-studded Chief’s Island in the heart of the Okavango Delta, Delta Camp provides both a luxurious and tranquil feel.
Accommodations at the camp consist of seven ‘lethaka’ or reed chalets built of natural materials and elevated off the forest floor. Each chalet has its own unique character and designed and are constructed around the trees which means that sometimes a tree may come through a floor or a roof. The chalets also come with a comfy bedroom and a cozy lounge. The en suite bathrooms feature hot and cold running water and showers with a view. An outside deck provides the ideal spot to relax in complete privacy while enjoying the spectacular scenery and wildlife of Chief’s Island.
The camp is ideally set on Chief’s Island the heart of the world-famous Okavango Delta. Chief’s Island is the only area in the Okavango Delta that is home to the black and white rhino as well as the rest of Africa’s “big five”: lion, leopard, buffalo, and elephant. Known as the “predator capital of Africa,” the surrounding area is also home to genet cat, hyena, and the extremely rare African wild dog as well as zebra, antelope, giraffe, impala, and over 500 species of birds. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Okavango Delta is made up of crystal-clear channels, lagoons, sweeping floodplains, and countless islands all formed as it captures water from the Okavango River during the rainy season.