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Sat 10:00am - 4:30pm
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Why we like it

  • Small and intimate water-based camp
  • Relais & Chateau property
  • A mix of slow safari activities from walking, drives and boat trips
  • Beautifully designed rooms inspired by the fishing heritage of the Okavango
  • The specially designed family unit
  • Our top tip: arriving by helicopter showcases the remote nature of the camp lying in the heart of the ebbing waters of the Okavango Delta
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The intimate Sitatunga Private Island Camp lies deep among the ebb and flow of the Okavango Delta in Botswana. This lush wilderness of grassy floodplains, islands and complex network of water channels is a landscape shaped by hippos and elephants.

This peaceful camp has three beautifully designed rooms: one family unit and two suites, accommodating up to eight guests. The lodge is built on a raised, wrap-around railway sleeper private deck using recycled materials.

Sitatunga Private Island Camp is named after the elusive sitatunga, a rare swamp-dwelling antelope adapted to living in water. The design of the camp is inspired by the fishing culture of the people who live alongside the ever-changing waters of the Okavango Delta.

This is the place to immerse yourself in a slow safari experience. Mokoro (dug-out canoes) rides will take you down the meandering waterways, providing a new perspective on the fascinating array of wildlife including myriad birdlife.

Join an expert guide for a walking safari which will take you close to some incredible wild encounters. As the camp is owned by the National Geographic filmmakers, conservationists and explorers Dereck and Beverly Joubert, there will be plenty of opportunities for photographers. 

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