Located right on the other side of Chobe National Park to the much busier Kasane region, Muchenje Safari Lodge has long been a favourite for those wanting to avoid the congested waterways around Kasane.
Located at the end of the run of properties that stretch out along the Chobe water front from Kasane, Chobe Game Lodge has probably the most prestigious heritage of them with famous names such as Elizabeth Taylor staying here in its hey day.
Once known solely for the elephant activities that the camp used to offer, the Abu’s Camp of today is a much more game viewing focussed property and, with bronze baths and very good game viewing, while the price is still very high, we think that it is now a contender as a ‘dry’ delta camp.
A welcome addition to the stunningly beautiful Jao Concession, Pelo Camp offers great value for money as a true ‘wet’ camp in the Okavango Delta. Located over in the central eastern region of the concession, Pelo Island was once a mobile camping site and, as it was so good, has since become a simple but very charming, tented camp to use as a base for water activities.