Nxabega Okavango Tented Camp combines more than just two worlds - the remote and wild game viewing experience of Botswana’s lush grasslands offsets the intricate detail of the hidden world of the Delta’s waterways, while the simplicity of canvas merges with the elegance of an exclusive club.
A beautiful view of reed-filled waterways and a sparkling lagoon in front of the camp, entice guests to discover the many wonders of this incredible location. &Beyond Nxabega Okavango Tented Camp is known for its elegant tented accommodation and array of safari adventures.
Blending skillfully with the environment, nine exclusive tented suites, set on raised wooden platforms, are tucked beneath a canopy of ebony trees. Each spacious tent features a luxurious bed that faces the beautiful views of a reed-filled floodplain; an en suite bathroom with an indoor and al fresco shower and a sprawling veranda with a spacious sitting area and a private sala. A family tent, consisting of two luxury tents joined by a walkway, offers the perfect setting for families to enjoy the wonders of the Delta.
The heart of Nxabega lies in its handsome living and dining areas, where burnished teak floors and a steeply pitched thatch roof frame a lofty and comfortable space. Made from local timber, reed and thatch, the guest areas include indoor and outdoor dining areas, a Safari Shop and a swimming pool with an expansive viewing deck. From this springboard of comfort, guests are able to appreciate the exquisite beauty of the Okavango Delta. Private bush dinners, breakfasts in bed, lamplit cocktails on a river island or a walking safari with al fresco picnic are all provided with pleasure by Nxabega’s warm and friendly staff.
The camp's permanent setting in the World Heritage Site of the Okavango Delta allows for mokoro and boat activities year-round. Situated on a 25 000 hectare (61 775 acre) private concession means that game viewing remains exclusive. Late afternoon game drives continue after nightfall, with opportunities to see unbelievable night life, including the Pel’s fishing owl. There is also great fishing from March to December, with catches of tiger fish, bream, catfish and tilapia.