Xakanaxa (pronounced ka-ka-na-ka) is one of Botswana's first safari
camps, and the owners have gone to extraordinary lengths to preserve its
original character, whilst providing guests with every
The emphasis here is on discreet personal service, to ensure
Its prime location ensures that it is one of the only safari camps which
can provide guests with an authentic, year-round Okavango Delta land and
water safari experience.
On the banks of the Khwai River on the Xakanaxa Lagoon in the heart of
the Moremi Game Reserve.
A dining room, lounge and bar area, plus a viewing deck and an evening
campfire on a deck over the river. Meals are traditional safari fare
served with a Pan-African touch. Dinner is accompanied by excellent
South African wines. Meals are generally taken around the main dining
room table where tales of the day's exciting experiences are recounted
and discussed in great detail. Guests wishing to dine in private can
also be catered for. A plunge pool in which to cool down and a curio
shop are on site. Activities include game drives in open Land Rovers,
water-based game viewing in mokoros and powerboats exploring the Okavango.
12 canvas, Meru-style classic luxury safari tents on raised decks. Each
tent has en suite facilities, a fan and hairdryer. Bath robes, poncho
with hood and warm lining are provided in each tent for
warmth/protection from rain.
Teas & coffees
local brand spirits, house wines and beer (premium brands excluded)
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