Properties in Concessions
Pom Pom Camp
In the heart of the Okavango Delta within the Matsebe concession area, Pom Pom Camp overlooks a scenic lagoon and is quietly nestled under grove shady trees. The camp has 9 large luxury safari tents, all with en suite showers and flush toilets; the bathrooms are enclosed for privacy, security and importantly offer you a truly unique bush adventure. Activities on offer include game drives, night drives, mokoro excursions, boat cruises, game walks and fishing.
Hyena Pan Tented Camp
Hyena Pan is situated in a private conservancy – Khwai Private Reserve. This 200,000 hectare conservancy falls within the Okavango Delta World Heritage Site and borders Moremi Game Reserve, the Khwai River and Chobe National Park. The camp, which overlooks the Hyena Pan is in a forest of Cathedral Mopane and is just 12km north of the Khwai River. The theatre of animals visiting Hyena Pan will amaze and delight you!
Xugana Island Lodge
Xugana Lagoon is widely accepted as being the most spectacular permanent water site in the entire Okavango Delta. Xugana Island Lodge, situated on a wooded island abutting the lagoon, takes full advantage of this magnificent site. Activities include mokoro trips in eco-friendly dugout canoes built to the traditional design, boat safaris to lagoons and islands and wilderness walks.
On the northern fringes of the famed Okavango Delta and located in an enormous 220,000 acre concession that’s a matrix of floodplains, woodlands and channels, Mapula is a stylish safari outpost with serious panache. There are nine tents and activities include game drives, mokoros, boating and the chance to experience a Delta sleep-out.
The camp operates exclusively on 120,000 acres of a magnificent, world-renowned tract of land on the Selinda Spillway. Raw Botswana offers horseback safaris, walking trails, boating, mekoro, canoeing, fishing and game drive experiences in one of the country’s most exquisite wildlife areas. It is a small, environmentally sustainable camp with 5 tented suites overlooking the spillway.
Kwando Lebala Camp
In the heart of the Linyanti Marshes, fed by the Kwando River, Lebala has eight roomy tents with teak decks offering expansive views over the surrounding plains. The camp has a plunge pool and features Victorian baths in the en-suite bathrooms. Activities here focus on day and night drives in safari adapted vehicles.