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Abu Camp


Explore Abu Camp in Botswana’s Okavango Delta

Exploring the Abu Private Reserve, one of the largest exclusive reserves in the Okavango Delta World Heritage Site – on a walking safari or on a game drive – produces an abundance of general game, including zebra, giraffe, warthog and numerous antelope species, including red lechwe. There are also frequent encounters with herds of elephants, while the large numbers of prey species means that predator sightings – lion, leopard, hyaena and occasionally also wild dog and cheetah – are not far behind. The extraordinarily diverse wet and dry habitats play host to a wealth of bird species, and a mokoro or boat excursion means encounters with other wetland wonders, from tiny reed frogs and kingfishers to imposing hippos and crocodiles.

Explore the Magnificence of Abu Camp

Guided game drives, nature walks and seasonal mokoro excursions let you explore the majestic vastness of the Abu Private Reserve – and become familiar with some of its fascinating details. Encompassing a vivid mosaic of habitats, including islands, floodplains and meandering channels, the Abu Private Reserve contains prolific wildlife and birdlife, with all the main Delta species being represented, as well as unique ‘Okavango specials’. Travelling at a slower pace lets you absorb the beauty and scale of the area, and appreciate how each element and each species works together in harmony to create and maintain one of Africa’s last great, pristine wilderness areas. To visit Abu Camp is to experience true freedom for the senses – and for the soul.

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