Pom Pom Camp, Okavango Delta
+27 21 201 1560
From R24 940 per person sharing
Valid 01 – 20 Dec 2018
Known for it’s “soul” and appeal to safari traditionalists, Pom Pom Camp is an eco friendly camp located on Pom Pom Island in a private concession situated in the heart of the Okavango Delta and on the head waters of the Xudum river system. This is the real deal for those that live & breath Africa!
Trip Summary – 4 days / 3 nights
Return flights from Johannesburg
Return light aircraft transfers
3 Nights at the Pom Pom Camp, Okavango Delta
All meals and local drinks
A) Pom Pom Camp | OKAVANGO DELTA – 3 nights
Including: Accommodation, all meals and local drinks
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MORE ABOUT THIS TOUR
The Okavango Delta in northwest Botswana is unique. The annual flood of fresh water that gathers here from Angola’s western highlands slowly spreads for more than 5,800 square miles (15,000 sq km) over the Kalahari Desert forming a maze of lagoons and channels. The thousands of islands that arise sustain several diverse ecosystems, which are home to vast numbers of game and a myriad of birds, while the champagne-coloured waters support a varied array of aquatic life.
The height of the flood occurs in August each year, and as it recedes in its constant cycle, the delta shrinks. At its lowest level the delta covers about 2,300 square miles (6,000 sq km).
As the flood increases, so does the wildlife that congregates in huge numbers between May and October each year. The delta draws large numbers of animal populations that are rare, such as crocodile, red lechwe, sitatunga, wild dogs, buffalo and wattled crane. The familiar favourites are there in force too – various antelope, elephants, giraffe, hippos, lions, and leopards.
Numerous game camps and lodges are located in the Delta catering to the range of visitors who come to enjoy the teeming flora and fauna. The favoured way to travel through the Delta’s channels is on a makoro, a dugout canoe, paddled by a local guide.
Pom Pom Camp
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