Set in a grove of trees and surrounded by papyrus beds, Sanctuary Baines’ Camp is built on raised platforms high above the Boro River in a private concession bordering the Moremi Game Reserve.
Named after the 19th century explorer and painter, Thomas Baines, this is Sanctuary's smallest camp with just five suites. The camp is raised above the permanent water of the Boro River while wooden walkways connect the main areas and luxury rooms.
The five suites at Sanctuary Baines' are opulent and luxurious, with en suite facilities and four-poster beds. Traditional safari ceiling fans create a cooling breeze at even the hottest times of the year.
Famed for its big cat and bird population, the Okavango Delta is a peaceful haven where animals have been protected for decades and know they will not be disturbed. At Baines' Camp, you have the opportunity to see animals up close with your expert guide on morning and evening game drives in open 4 x 4 vehicles. A night game drive is the perfect means to see some of the nocturnal animals one wouldn't see during the day time.
One of the best ways to see the wildlife around Sanctuary Baines' Camp is in one of the locally made dugout canoes, known as mokoros. In one of these traditional crafts it is possible to float around the waterways and lagoons that make up the delta, looking for crocodiles in the water, but also getting a remarkable view of the plains game from a new and exciting angle.