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Okavango Abu Concession
, also known as NG26, is a private safari area located to the southwest of the Okavango Delta
in northern Botswana
This excellent concession covers around 1750 square kilometres to the south-west of the delta and is restricted to just 48 guests in three small camps, around 36 square kilometres per person, which is a very low visitor density.
It is an very beautiful area of seasonal floodplains dotted with islands of hardwood and palm trees, inhabited by a good range of wildlife.
The only slight concern is that the area does have a reputation for lower than usual sightings of major predators such as lions, leopards and wild-dogs. Our personal experience has backed this up. Although we have seen lions here on just about every visit, we did have to work to find them.
But the significance of any deficit is greatly reduced by the fact that each of the camps here has its own specific focus, making them less dependent upon the frequency of sightings.SeasonsAccommodationTrips