Oddballs Enclave Special
Book your private lodge in Botswana Okavango Delta - Do you have a special occasion you would like to spend with some friends or family, how about the only people at this amazing lodge in the heart of the Okavango Delta
Oddballs' Enclave Exclusive Use Special - When booking 6 or more people at Oddballs' Enclave guests can enjoy exclusive use of the entire camp. This offer is subject to availability at the time of booking (valid until 31st December 2021).
The Enclave experience is an intimate one. The camp is a small, comfortably appointed place. Oddballs’ Enclave can accommodate a maximum of 10 guests, in five twin or double bedded mini-Meru tents, making it a classic and intimate camp. The tents are on elevated wooden decks, each with a semi-detached private bathroom with an al fresco bucket shower, and hot and cold running water. The Enclave is the perfect destination for a small group or family to spend time together.
The Camp Experience
The guest areas have a variety of comfortable seating arrangements and a raised viewing deck overlooks the sweep of the Delta – the perfect place to watch the sun or moon rise and view whatever wildlife may be visiting. The molapo that extends beyond the camp is, depending on the time of year, covered with water or entirely dry. Either way it is often filled with breeding herds of elephant, buffalo or a small family of kudu that is local to the island. Meals are enjoyed on the deck with spectacular views across the floodplains to the distant island forests.
Guests enjoy the luxury of their own private guide. The guides are locals - this is a man of the swamp, born and raised in the area. Guests will spend their days in his mokoro (pl. mekoro), gliding through the floodplains and channels (water dependent), and walking under his guidance on some of the many islands in the area, taking in the magnificent scenery and light as well as the abundant game and bird-life of the Okavango. Guests have the opportunity to focus, not only on the larger mammals, but on the ecosystem as a whole.