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Botswana

Kanana

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The Kanana Concession is nestled along the Xudum River in the southwestern quadrant of the Okavango Delta.

The camp at Kanana houses seven spacious twin and double-bedded safari tents plus one family tent. Each tent comes complete with an en-suite bathroom featuring a large walk-in shower, hot and cold running water, and a flush toilet. The family tent has two bedrooms with a shared bathroom and the addition of an outdoor shower. The tents also include their own private decks. These safari tents are designed to give guests the ultimate in privacy and seclusion, and yet are a comfortable distance from the main lodge.

The camp is ideally situated in the private Kanana Concession. The yearly floodwaters wash over this otherwise dry region, creating a myriad of tiny islands peppering the area with lush trees and vegetation such as palms, figs, ebony, and knobthorn trees. During this time of flooding, guests can actually watch the water level rise as the thirsty plains are refreshed. This environment is attractive to an enticing array of wildlife, including lion, zebra, elephant, and impala, as well as many species of fish and fowl.

Activities at Kanana include day and evening game drives in open safari vehicles led by expert guides. Night drives take in the nocturnal animals of the Delta. For a more intimate view of the concession, there are guided bush walks available. Anglers will enjoy fishing for African pike and sharptooth catfish. Depending on the water level, visitors can enjoy a boat ride by mokoro, a traditional dug-out canoe steered by long poles or motorboat tour and view the abundance of aquatic wildlife such as the sitatunga, fish eagles, painted reed frogs, hippos, crocodiles, and malachite kingfisher. Also, birdwatching is second to none here at Kanana, which is home to Pel’s Fishing Owl, as well as one of the largest heronries in the country. There is also a sleep-out deck for a night under the magnificent African night sky.

The camp’s main area overlooks the scenic Xudum River and includes a dining room, al fresco deck, bar, sitting area, library, and campfire. A cool dip in the swimming pool is the perfect way to relax after a day’s adventure before enjoying pre-dinner drinks.

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Botswana

Kanana

PLAN MY TRIP

The Kanana Concession is nestled along the Xudum River in the southwestern quadrant of the Okavango Delta.

The camp at Kanana houses seven spacious twin and double-bedded safari tents plus one family tent. Each tent comes complete with an en-suite bathroom featuring a large walk-in shower, hot and cold running water, and a flush toilet. The family tent has two bedrooms with a shared bathroom and the addition of an outdoor shower. The tents also include their own private decks. These safari tents are designed to give guests the ultimate in privacy and seclusion, and yet are a comfortable distance from the main lodge.

The camp is ideally situated in the private Kanana Concession. The yearly floodwaters wash over this otherwise dry region, creating a myriad of tiny islands peppering the area with lush trees and vegetation such as palms, figs, ebony, and knobthorn trees. During this time of flooding, guests can actually watch the water level rise as the thirsty plains are refreshed. This environment is attractive to an enticing array of wildlife, including lion, zebra, elephant, and impala, as well as many species of fish and fowl.

Activities at Kanana include day and evening game drives in open safari vehicles led by expert guides. Night drives take in the nocturnal animals of the Delta. For a more intimate view of the concession, there are guided bush walks available. Anglers will enjoy fishing for African pike and sharptooth catfish. Depending on the water level, visitors can enjoy a boat ride by mokoro, a traditional dug-out canoe steered by long poles or motorboat tour and view the abundance of aquatic wildlife such as the sitatunga, fish eagles, painted reed frogs, hippos, crocodiles, and malachite kingfisher. Also, birdwatching is second to none here at Kanana, which is home to Pel’s Fishing Owl, as well as one of the largest heronries in the country. There is also a sleep-out deck for a night under the magnificent African night sky.

The camp’s main area overlooks the scenic Xudum River and includes a dining room, al fresco deck, bar, sitting area, library, and campfire. A cool dip in the swimming pool is the perfect way to relax after a day’s adventure before enjoying pre-dinner drinks.

Coming soon!

Safari Camps
Points of Interest
Hotels & Resorts

Coming soon!

Journeys