There are plenty of exciting activities available from the camp. Game drives are conducted by expert guides in comfortable 4X4 vehicles. This is the perfect way to view the plethora of large predators found in the concession. Guided walking tours teach guests how to track animals as well as view smaller animals and plants missed from the vehicles. Taking advantage of the Delta’s waterways, guides lead boat tours in mokoros, traditional dug-out canoes steered with long poles. From the mokoro’s vantage point, it is easy to spot some of the over 500 species of birds found in the Okavango including African fish eagle, Pel’s fishing owl, crested crane, lilac-breasted roller, hammerkop, South African ostrich, and sacred ibis as well as a Nile crocodile slipping into the water.
The main focal point of the camp is its splendid main area that overlooks a lagoon known for its large number of animal visitors. The dining area, lounge, library, and bar are built on raised wooden platforms which are all connected by walkways. An eco-friendly camp, it utilizes solar power to reduce its carbon footprint. It also adheres to Wilderness Safaris’ 4C’s in promoting commerce, conservation, community, and culture for the well-being of its animals and people.