An adventure camp in the Jao wetlands
Superb value, intimate camp
May not have the level of luxury needed by some
Located off to the west of the Jao concession, in the north western corner of the Okavango Delta, Tubu Tree Camp and Little Tubu Camp are certainly two of the best and busiest camps in both the concession and the delta. Being located on the game rich Hunda Island, allows great game viewing from the...More...
Classified as a ‘classic plus’ camp by Wilderness Safaris, Kwetsani is certainly not a huge step down in luxury from the flagship camp in the concession, Jao, but is a step down in price and so, for us, offers very good value for a very luxurious camp. Overlooking the famous Jao floodplains, this...More...
One of two ‘water’ camps in the Jao Concession, Jacana Camp is situated in the south eastern corner of the Jao Concession and has plenty of charm and character to it. Sitting on a small island that is completely cut off from civilisation between May and November, the experience of a wet camp in the...More...
The acclaimed jewel in the crown of the concession, Jao Camp has certainly had no expense spared in either the design or the execution. Loosely conceptualised on the dark wood properties of Indonesia, the main areas and the rooms of the camp have a luxurious and decadent feel to them. As with King’...More...
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. It is...More...
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