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is located in the Okavango Gunns
area of the Okavango Delta
in northern Botswana
Situated in woodland on the edge of a pretty lagoon, this camp is really rather interesting. Public areas comprise a relatively conventional open-sided lounge and restaurant looking out over a lagoon. The rooms vary enormously in terms of layout and number of beds, some featuring some quite quirky design innovations. But the crowing glory is the most higgledy-piggledy tree-house room you have ever seen, whose design seems to defy common sense, let alone gravity.
Activities include mokoro safari, motorboat safari and walking safari only, there are no vehicles here. The flood tends to arrive relatively late here, so water activities are best Jul/Oct, possibly with a revival in Feb/Mar if the rains are heavy.
The main potential downsides are that this is a relatively busy area, there is no vehicle safari and there is the potential for variable levels of service at the camp.
Delta Camp has a definite sense of fun in its design, but the general level of quality here and the relatively poor delta location for us no way squares with the elevated price levels.
We therefore very rarely recommend it to our guests. But if you do want to stay here than please discuss it with one of our expert safari planners.