Highlights of Kanana Camp
- Wide choice of safari activities: mokoros, boat cruises, game walks & 4×4 game drives
- Kanana Camp offers both water and land based activities
- The camp overlooks the Xudum river with lovely sunsets
Kanana Camp offers luxurious tented accommodation with a lovely riverside setting in the southern Okavango Delta. It is perhaps best known for its very attractive and rewarding mokoro and boating excursions with game walks on the islands and 4×4 game drives also on offer. It’s one of our favourite camps in Botswana…
Kanana Camp is set on the Xudum river with glorious sunsets. The Kanana concession encompasses a necklace of islands dotted with fig, palm and other trees. The lodge offers eight spacious twin-bedded Bedouin-style tents with wooden floors and sewn-in windows. These are set on raised wooden decks with glorious delta views. The spacious en-suite bathrooms have double basins, shower and flush toilet. There is also a family tent available.
The raised dining and sitting areas form a semi-circle around a massive fig tree which gives a lush feel to the lodge. There’s also a swimming pool available for those warm Okavango days. A new addition is the sleep-out deck which is on offer if you stay 3 nights – this needs to be pre-booked. Ideally you sleep there under the stars for your middle or final night.
Activities at Kanana Camp
Activities at Kanana Camp are varied. The idyllic hillock of islands formed by fertile eroded termite hills makes for exciting game walks and the concession also offers some of the best mokoro and boating excursions in the Delta. Boating and mokoro trips are the ideal way to sample the excellent birdlife in the area. One of the Southern Hemisphere’s most active breeding heronies is on the Kanana concession (with breeding occurring in the spring/summer months from July onwards). The elusive Pel’s fishing owl may be spotted if you are lucky. Spin fishing for tilapia, pike or the sharp tooth catfish is also on offer (with equipment available) with the best months being September through to May. However you can also explore the area on day and night drives in open 4×4 vehicles throughout the year.