Densely wooded Jacana Island is part of the Jao Concession, located in the Moremi Game Reserve and centrally positioned on the Okavango Delta in northern Botswana.
Jacana Camp boasts all the amenities a safari adventurer would hope to find in an island paradise. Accommodations consist of five private Meru- style tents built on raised wooden decks overlooking the spectacular Okavango Delta. There are three twin bedded tents and one king size bedded tent. In addition, the camp has one family tent which accommodates two adults and two children. Each tent has an en- suite bathrooms which features an indoor and outdoor showers, basin, and flush toilet.
The camp is perfectly situated on a small island in the beautiful Jao Flats area of the Jao Concession on the Moremi Game Reserve. Much of the concession is under water for most of the year, except for many small islands sprinkled throughout the region. These wetlands are a prime bird-sighting territory from red lechwe to Pel’s fishing-owl, and the primary mode of transportation is by boat. In the summer months lechwe, tsessebe, and rarer sitangua while lion, and occasionally leopard, are also found here. The Okavango Delta’s floodwaters determine the frequency and concentration of wildlife, the most sighted being elephant and hippo, as they take advantage of the luscious lagoons and papyrus swamps.