These three camps are situated on a small island in the Western Delta, on the edge
of Moremi Game Reserve.
Delta Camp - the most expensive of the three is on the eastern end of the island
amongst tall shady trees. The rooms here are designed to blend into the surroundings
and are open giving you a true wilderness experience.
Oddballs Enclave - with just 5 tents clustered round a central dining area and viewing
deck, this mid-range Camp offers you a more exclusive experience when compared to
the other two Camps.
Oddballs Camp - a more budget option with 16 en-suite Dome tents and a large communal
area which has a well-situated sundowner deck.
What to see and do
Your flight to this island is an activity in itself and gives you an appreciation
of the vast expanse of lagoons and waterways that make up this pristine wilderness.
Look out for Elephants and Hippos which can be seen from the air.
Mokoro trips Nothing can quite match the tranquillity of gliding slowly across the
lily-covered waterways of the Okavango with the sounds of frogs and birds serenading
you. Short excursions are available or alternatively you can take a picnic and do
a full day trip, returning back to the Camp in time for your evening meal.
Nature Walks Explore the islands of the Okavango on foot keeping a keen out for birds
such as the shy Pel's Fishing Owl, whilst learning about the fascinating plants and
trees of the Delta.
Overnight Excursions If you are staying for more than 1 night you can do an overnight,
catered camping trip onto one of the pristine islands in the Okavango. A guide and
cook will accompany you at all times and meals will be prepared for you whilst you
explore the area in your mokoro or on foot.
Due to being almost permanently flooded, wildlife viewing in the immediate vicinity
is limited to Elephants, Hippos, Baboons and Monkeys however the nearby Chief's Island
is home to a wide variety of animals including Giraffe, Lechwe, Buffalo and Warthog
as well as the occasional Leopard. Lions sometimes pass through the area. Your guide
will also point out the fascinating insects and frogs including the tiny reed frogs.
The Okavango is a birding paradise with numerous kingfishers, herons and egrets regularly
seen. Lookout for the rare Slaty Egret and Pel's Fishing Owl which are found in the
area. The haunting call of the Fish Eagle is a memory not soon forgotten.
Oddballs Camp features 16 dome tents each with an ensuite outdoor bathroom. The communal
dining area features wooden tables and benches in a 'backpackers' style. Above the
dining area there is a sundowner deck.
At Oddballs Enclave there are 5 A-frame bedded tents, each with their own deck and
an en-suite outdoor toilet and shower area. The central dining area, where meals
are served, is built on a raised timber deck with views over the surrounding floodplain.
There is also a cosy seating area as well as a cash bar.
Delta Camp also has its dining area on a raised timber deck, although it is considerably
larger than Oddballs Enclave. The rooms are more secluded and have been constructed
using reeds and other natural materials which gives a more natural feel.