When planning for an ultimate escape, there is an unwritten list of experiences and thrills that every true adventurer has in mind. There are few places that accommodate all of them. The Okavango Delta is definitely one of these places.
The Delta is one of the Natural Wonders of Africa, and a National Heritage Site. The Delta is a permanent life giving waterway, with thousands of birds and mammals flocking to its shores during the winter months. Numerous species of reptile live in and amongst the waters. The minerals brought down by the river are deposited in the Delta, causing the land to flourish.
The best time to visit would be as winter begins in around May- June when the animals head to the Delta for food and water.
The accommodations are perfectly suited for the environment, and selected depending on the reason behind your stay. Honeymooners can expect private residences only accessible by flying, families can expect a wide variety of activities and homely lodges, while lone adventurers can find the peaceful seclusion they’re after.
Learn about indigenous cultures from the mouths of the locals. Hot air balloon over a herd of grazing Zebra and buffalo. Take a river tours in locally handcrafted canoes. The list goes on, and so does the the area in which to explore.