Okavango Delta & Moremi
The Okavango Delta Is A Large Inland River Delta Caused When The Okavango River Empties Onto Open Land, Instead Of The Open Sea. This Forms Africa’s Largest Inland Wetland Miracle.
The meandering water channels create a haven for wildlife. The endangered species of white and black rhino and the African wild dog, as well as huge numbers of cheetah and lion have all adapted in living in the wetland system.
Exciting activities on an Okavango Delta Safari are Mokoro Trips on the waterways (local dug-out canoes), game walks and sunset motorboat cruises. Scenic helicopter flights will create memories of the wonder of Okavango Delta.
Okavango Delta is a jewel in the heart of the Kalahari Desert creating a wetland of dazzling natural beauty. Okavango is a UNESCO World Heritage Site as well as one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Africa.
The spectacular wildlife accompanied with breathtaking sunsets, extraordinary viewing of wildlife on land and on water, provides superb photographic opportunities.
For less water and more of the big game, visit a camp on its drier edges including Moremi Game Reserve and the Khwai Community Area.
- The Okavango Delta consists of over 150,000 islands, some intimate and small, others more than 10km long. The largest island, Chief’s Island, is around 70km long and 14km wide. Once the private hunting reserve of a leader, it is now one of the greatest places to spot wildlife in the delta and home to some of the top luxury lodges.