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HomeTent camp in the Khwai area
Tent camp in the Khwai area

Unleash the inner adventurer in you and experience the Okavango Delta in the only real way: under canvas with elephants, impalas and lions roaring at night, the tweeting of birds that wakes you in the morning and a cold beer around the camp fire in the evening with views of the most wonderful starry sky.

The tent you stay in is roughly 12 m² and made of strong canvas with large windows. It is standing height and has solar lamps, a wardrobe pole and, of course, a mosquito net over all windows and doors. Outside the tent, there is a small shady covered deck with a table and chairs where you can enjoy the view of the countryside around you. You sleep on a comfortable camp bed with a nice soft mattress, real duvets and pillows and a small bedside table. Adjoining your tent, you have your own bush bathroom with a shower and toilet. There is no electricity or running water in the tent, and the “flush” of the toilet consists of a pile of soil and a small shovel – but there IS a toilet! You are provided with hot water several times a day so you can wash in a small basin on a stand outside the tent. If you’ve seen the film “Out of Africa”, you’ll know exactly what we’re talking about. In the afternoon, water is heated, which is hoisted up in a bucket over a shower head, so you can enjoy your lovely hot shower. It’s primitive, but comfortable, and most importantly, it’s accommodation on nature’s terms, leaving behind no traces while allowing you to get right up close to the wildlife in the delta.

Meals are enjoyed in the mess tent – and the food is good! Freshly prepared, delicious and filling – being on safari gives you quite the appetite. Cold beer and wine are served with your food if you wish, and tea and coffee are available all day long.

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