YOUR Okavango Delta SAFARI.
One of our planet’s last wetland wilderness areas. The greatest natural oasis on earth – the perfect setting for an Okavango Delta Safari.
Okavango Elephant Camp is situated on the northern reaches of the Okavango Delta. Known particularly for its lions, the concession offers a diverse game viewing experience with large concentrations of wildlife year round. We are neighbours to the renowned Duba Plains and Vumbura concessions. Okavango Elephant Camp provides you access to a 220 000 acre unfenced concession just waiting to be explored.
WATER ACTIVITIES YEAR ROUND
The concessions closer to the Panhandle receive more flood water and provide better opportunities for boat safaris as well as one of the sought after areas for mokoro activities. Okavango Elephant Camp offers some of the best wildlife viewing in the Okavango Delta, with more variety and greater numbers than in the south and west, experience an Okavango Delta safari on foot, in a 4×4 open safari vehicle, a boat or a mokoro whilst enjoying the friendly Motswana hospitality at Okavango Elephant Camp.
Okavango Elephant Camp is located at the meeting point of two elephant corridors; these are ancient migratory routes, used for millennia by massive herds of elephant led by the alpha females and their extended families…
It feels like God visits everywhere else, but lives in Africa
– Will Smith –
The Okavango Delta is the largest, most important Ramsar site in the world - one of the last, great wetland wildernesses on the planet...
– Steve Boyes, a National Geographic Explorer and renowned bird expert –
There is no wilder place on Earth; this is the Africa of a hundred thousand years ago.
– Richard Branson –
A unique combination of wildlife, conservation, culture, community and relaxation make Okavango Elephant Camp a special place to experience a raw and unfiltered Okavango Delta safari. Discover Africa’s incredible wild animals by land, water and on foot. Learn about the protection of lions in the Okavango Delta. Get to touch 2000 year old trees, and see why we are protecting them. Meet the diverse people that call the northern Okavango Delta home. And sip on a G&T while watching the sun set over an African sky… redefine safari.
Enjoy The Difference.
Okavango Elephant Camp is the ultimate way to safari, a bush camp that plants you right in the middle of the Okavango wilderness – a temporary guest in the home of the wildlife. At night you will be surrounded by the strange magical sounds and smells of the savannah, beneath the starry night skies. This is an Okavango Delta safari…
Two spacious chalets have double or twin beds, an ensuite bathroom consisting of a basin, toilet and shower. Each chalet has two electrical power points with an adapter for charging your devices, adequate lighting as well as a private verandah overlooking the floodplain and water channel.
Six comfortably furnished tents with twin beds, an ensuite bathroom with twin basins a private toilet and twin showers. Each tent has two electrical power points with direct usb connections and adequate lighting and a private deck overlooking the floodplains and water channel.
Experience The Delta.
The Okavango Delta. Breathe It. Live It. Experience It.
See What Our Clients Say.
I stayed at Jumbo Junction in December 2020. I spent about half my time staying at the camp, and the rest on a mobile safari in the Okavango Delta hosted... read more
my husband and i had a wonderful trip. we were taken by boat on a 1 and 1/2 hour trip form Guma lagoon to Seronga where we were met... read more
The owner organized a safari for us near his lodge. Great professionalism of the guides is a beautiful day spent in the bush !!!! The lodge is well organized and... read more
Jumbo Junction is located about 5kms outside of Gunotsoga village, very easy to find - just keep driving along the main gravel road from the Mohembo Ferry. Greg and Sue,... read more
We had amazing welcome song by the staff and the service was phenomenal. It was my birthday and the staff put a lot of attention to details, arranging the rooms... read more
Oh my goodness…,Where to begin? This was one of the most amazing, unforgettable, rewarding & educational experiences of my life. Okavango Elephant Camp was my first experience of the real... read more
Okavango Elephant Camp was a great place for a couple of days R&R whilst driving across the northern panhandle. They were hugely helpful with us and our vehicles as well... read more
Okavango Elephant Camp is located along the northern section of the Okavango Delta, the most beautiful part of Africa. In my decade of living and working around East and Southern... read more
We had the best game drivers in the world: Two Boy and Monoso. These guys had eyes in the back of their heads and knew their territory very well. This... read more
Our stay at Okavango Elephant Camp was definitely the highlight of our visit to Africa. Greg and Sue are wonderful hosts. Baruti and Twoboy were absolutely fantastic... read more
First time to Africa/Botswana and Greg, Susan and their staff made it an unforgettable experience. Truly appreciated all the warmth and care that made our stay perfect - from the... read more
Spent an incredible two days at Okavango Elephant Camp in late September and it was completely perfect. We stayed in the safari tents, which are wonderful - spotlessly clean, beautifully... read more
Our trip here was absolutely amazing! Sue and Greg were great hosts along with their fabulous staff. They made our stay here bliss. The food for breakfast, lunch, high tea... read more
We spent a few days in Jumbo junction in early May this year and it has been wonderful.
The staff of the camp, above all Greg and Sue, took very... read more
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Follow our stories from the Okavango Delta. Life in the African bush is exciting and there are always something interesting that takes place. Read about sightings, changes at camp, stories from the guides and feedback from our conservation partners on their wins to conserve the Okavango's habitat and beautiful wildlife.