Okavango Green Season Special Offer
Okavango Delta best deals December till March 2020 - we are offering 3 different camps at amazing rates for 3 nights with scenic flights from Maun and back.
Valid for travel 1st December 2019 – 31st March 2020
Spend 3 nights in the Okavango Delta with return air transfers from Maun as follows:
Delta Camp – US$ 1400 per person
Oddballs’ Enclave – US$ 1130 per person
Oddballs’ Camp – US$ 954 per person
No single supplement.
The last few years have been dry through summer, with less precipitation and smaller floods to last through the summer season. This means that while it is still fecund and lush during the summer months, it is not as it was in the past. Our game viewing, which used to be more challenging in the summer season, with wide-spread water and thick bush conditions, has changed completely. Simply put, game is easier to see and there is plenty of it.
The Boro River, which Oddballs’ and Delta Camp face, is the most consistent water source in the entire area. A veritable menagerie can be seen throughout each day. A lioness with her cubs currently lives on the island. Wild dogs have been seen multiple times in the last two months. Leopards with cubs have been seen by guests on their morning walks. It is typical to have 100’s of buffalo passing through with breeding herds of elephant intermingled. Sitting in camp offers as much as an afternoon walk can with game passing while guests sip ice cold gin and tonic on one of the perfectly positioned decks.
And the sounds….
Visiting a place that offers the pure luxury of being without mechanical interference of any kind, from motorized vehicles to wifi, creates its own magic. Besides being enthralled by the wonders of the natural world one has the ability to spend real time with loved ones and to hear them as we don't often have the opportunity. It is an intimate experience.
Don’t miss this magical time, when it is peaceful to travel in Botswana, the accommodation is more affordable and the game viewing is not compromised. In addition there is the opportunity to catch one of the most dazzling shows on earth—a summer storm in the Okavango.