Camp Okavango Location: Camp Okavango is situated on a remote island in the very heartland of the Okavango delta. This pristine landscape is an enigma, a contradiction of origination and survival. Comprising of 16 000 square kilometres of crystal clear channels, myriad of islands and serene lagoons, fed by the mighty Okavango River - the entire system survives atop the sands of the vast Kalahari Desert, on which this remote camp is built. Camp Okavango Activities: Fly-In Wildlife Safari Walking Canoeing Fishing Photography Birding Luxury Tented Camp Game Cruise Swimming Pool Camp Okavango Attractions: The water wilderness of the Okavango Delta is rich in bird and wildlife species. The elusive Sitatunga Antelope has found its niche in the wetland ecosystem, birds such as the African Fish Eagle, Pel's Fishing Owl and many others are magnificent in their spectacular display - for the ornithologist -a bird paradise. Camp Okavango Facilities: The camp comprises of eleven two bedded East African style tents, accommodating 22 persons, each with private hot shower and waterborne toilets. The main lodge building is constructed of reed and thatch, providing the main dining room, lounge and bar areas. Camp Okavango Additional Information: Camp Okavango is essentially a water wilderness experience - game viewing is undertaken by small river craft, canoes and on nature walks under the leadership of our resident naturalist. Birdwatching is best during the migratory season from November through to March. The Okavango is famous for its fish, which includes the Fighting Tigerfish, Pike and Bream species. CAMP CLOSURE: 13 FEB TO 15 MARCH 2005.