|The period from 11 January - 30 March, incl. all inclusive||Per person: £500|
|The period from 1 April - 31 May og 1 November - 10 January, incl. all inclusive||Per person: £750|
|The period from 1 June - 31 October, incl. all inclusive||Per person: £1250|
Want to stay at a classic tent camp with canvas tents, dinner under the stars and a camp fire in the evening – without compromising on comfort? Then choose Machaba Camp/Little Machaba Camp.
Awaiting you at the two camps, which are located close to each other, but still function completely independently of each other, are a total of 14 fabulous tents, which ARE all classic safari tents, but with (solar) electricity, an en suite bathroom and a private outdoor shower with hot water. From your tent, you have a view of the river or the open savannah, where you may be lucky enough to see the animals pass by during the day. Meals are enjoyed in the cosy mess tent or under the open sky, and at night, you will almost certainly be woken up by animal sounds permeating the canvas walls of your tent.
Machaba Camp and Little Machaba are located in the 35,000-hectare Khwai area in the north-eastern section of Okavango. There is abundant wildlife here due to all the waterholes and rivers, and it’s for good reason that the camp is called “machaba”, which in the local language, Setswana, means mulberry fig – or the tree of life.
The midday hours, when you typically just relax at the camp, can be spent by the pool, in the small library tent or perhaps enjoying a nice massage.
Machaba Camp welcomes children of all ages, while Little Machaba only allows children over the age of 12.
The price includes:
2 nights, all inclusive
Return flight from Maun to the local “air strip” in the Okavango Delta
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