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Okavango Stanley's Concession
, also known as NG32
, is a private safari area located to the east of the Okavango Delta
in northern Botswana
This concession covers around 1150 square kilometres and is subdivided into three areas, each of which is operated exclusively by a different safari company. They do not share traversing rights over each other's patch, so you should not see vehicles from other camps during your stay, other than at the airstrip.
The main features are the meandering Boro and Gomoti rivers, which wind their way through a network of floodplains, seasonal grasslands and wooded islands. Historically the flood this far west has been quite unreliable, but for much of the period since the peak of 2006, there has been plenty of water around. The mokoro canoe safari and motorboat safari can be superb.
There is also plenty of wildlife in the area, although it does tend to be relatively unpredictable and predator sightings are less frequent than in other prime parts of the Okavango Delta
, although this will improve as the animals become more habituated to vehicles.
The area is home to a well-known elephant rehabilitation project, where guests at two of the camps to the northwest can get up close and personal with a small habituated herd.SeasonsAccommodationTrips