Set within a Cathedral Mopane forest overlooking a natural salt pan in the Okavango Delta, Hyena Pan Tented Camp is a tranquil, luxury safari camp, the ideal spot to unplug the electronics and tune into nature.
Accommodations at the camp consist of eight canvas tents furnished with comfortable twin beds. Each tent has its own bathroom with a flush toilet and gas-generated shower. For added convenience, the tents include a wardrobe, luggage rack, hat stand, and luggage storage unit. An eco-friendly property, the tents are solar-powered and provide bedside lamps for reading a good book or writing in a journal as the animals sing a wild lullaby in the background. Other amenities include an international charging facility and in-room safe.
Hyena Pan is situated in the famous Okavango Delta World Heritage Site. The tented camp borders the Moremi National Park and is positioned seven miles north of the game-rich Khwai River. The pan is a constant water supply to a wide variety of birds and animals year-round. In December to March, the rains flood the area creating an enormous water feature enticing hippo, elephant, and buffalo, not to mention the exceptional array of bird life like the bateleurs. Plus, a vast array of predators including leopards, wild dogs, lions, and spotted hyenas roam about the pan looking for water or easy prey.