The annual flooding of the Okavango Delta into the rippling sands of the Kalahari, disperses in a myriad of waterways and twinkling lagoons, creating a delicate web of life. Using interactive maps, find out the best time to visit and our recommended Okavango accommodation options.
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Africa and The Indian Ocean
Roz, a Botswana specialist, describes her experience on safari in the world-famous Okavango Delta. Among other things, she gives details of what type of game you will see, nominates her favourite camp and explains the best time to visit.
Covering over 15,000 square kilometres the Okavango Delta in Botswana is one of the largest freshwater inland wetlands on the planet and it turns the red sands of the Kalahari Desert into a land of plenty.
It is an incredible location for viewing Africa’s amazing wildlife such as lion, elephant, leopard, buffalo and the semi-aquatic red lechwe antelope. It is also home to hundreds of bird species including many that are rare, making this a bird watchers paradise.
One of the unique aspects of a visit here is a trip in a moroko (a locally made dug-out canoe) that will take you to inaccessible locations and hidden islands for glorious periods of solitude and wildlife spotting.
Discover what you can see and do as the floodwaters advance and retreat during the year.
Find out what concessions are and where they are, plus where the best accommodation is.
View selected itineraries that include spending time in the Okavango Delta.
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