Exceptional luxury bush pavilions on Chief's Island in the Okavango Delta
- 12 bush pavilions with plunge pools
- In room air conditioning and Wi-Fi
- Geoffrey Kent Luxury Suite
- Swimming Pool
- Spa and fitness centre
- Powered by a solar farm
- 4x4 Game drives
- Mokoro (dug-out canoe) excursions with guide (water levels permitting)
Positioned on Chief’s Island in the Okavango Delta, where seasonal floodwaters cause wildlife to congregate in great numbers, you cannot get closer to the wildlife of this rich habitat and in more natural luxury than at Chief’s Camp.
Each of the 12 luxury bush pavilions are vast with their own private decks, plunge pools and a dining area. Bathrooms enjoy showers both inside and out and a large bath tub with beautiful floor to ceiling windows and folding glass doors with a stunning outlook over the surrounding waters of the Okavango Delta.
There’s also the exclusive Geoffrey Kent Luxury Suite, named after the luxury safari pioneer Geoffrey Kent, that can host 4-6 people with its own lounge, boma area, kitchen, bar and a private vehicle, guide and waiter.
The camp is located in part of the Moremi Game Reserve, often termed the ‘predator capital of Africa’ in that nowhere else will you see such a range of these natural hunters in one place: wild dog, cheetah, leopard, lion, not to mention a large concentration of elephant too. With great guides who take you out on Mokoro (dug-out canoe) safaris when the waters are high, this offers a unique and intimate angle to tracking wildlife and spotting the bountiful birdlife of the delta. There are also 4WD game drives and helicopter air safaris available, although the latter is an additional activity, but well worth it.