A fertile game rich wetlands, home to some of the world’s most endangered species of large mammals, such as the cheetah, white rhinoceros, black rhinoceros, African wild dog and lion.
This world heritage site is one of the best places in the world for game viewing, especially during the annual floods which attract many different animals including the Big Five.
Upon arriving in the delta, you’ll be struck by the serene beauty of the region, with its vast network of waterways and lush greenery. The best way to explore this unique ecosystem is on safari, where you’ll have the opportunity to see elephants, lions, leopards, and much more.
Morning and afternoon game drives are in specially adapted 4×4 with experienced local guides and boat and canoe safaris allow you to explore even further into the delta.
But the Okavango Delta is more than just wildlife. The region is also home to a number of local villages, where you can learn about the culture and traditions of the people who live there. And for the adventurous at heart, there are plenty of opportunities for boating, canoeing, and fishing in the crystal clear waters of the delta.