Xigera Camp

LodgesSouthern AfricaBotswanaMoremi Game ReserveXigera Camp
Highlights
  • Birdwatcher’s Paradise
    Xigera is a delight for birdwatchers, with Pel’s Fishing-Owl, African Skimmer, Wattled Crane and a host of raptors.
  • Tribesman as Guides
    One of the great secrets of the Xigera is the presence of Okavango born tribesmen as guides.
  • Wildlife Spectacle
    The Moremi Game Reserve is known for its incredible scenery and wildlife sightings.
  • Predator Sightings
    Although considered a permanent water camp, there is a presence of lion, leopard, hyena and buffalo on the islands.
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General Information

Xigera Camp is deep in the Okavango Delta in Botswana. This safari camp is in a riverine forest on Paradise Island and the semi-permanent water makes for the most sought after Delta experiences such as poling on a traditional mokoro.

Xigera Camp has 10 luxury furnished tents which combine design elements of wood and canvas, built on wooden decks that offer sublime views of a seasonal floodplain and small lagoon. A unique feature is the camp ‘newspaper’, a sand pit built into the bridge to capture paw prints, which is read each morning, tracking the wild visitors the night before.

Amenities
  • Swimming pool
  • Boma
  • Bar
  • Walks (Guided)
Location

Nestled in one of the most beautiful corners of the Okavango Delta, Xigera Camp is situated in what is truly a wetland paradise within the Moremi Game Reserve.

Rooms

Xigera Camp consists of ten luxuriously furnished tented suites, with en-suite facilities and outdoor shower. Each of the tents is raised off the ground on wooden walkways and each has a great view, fan and safe.

Activities

Permanent water year-round allows an unparalleled variety of activities such as mokoro trips, game drives and motorboat outings. A mokoro ride is mandatory at this camp. On this traditional dug-out canoe, the only sounds are the rustling of the wind through the reeds, the lapping of the water against the boat, and the call of the African Fish-Eagle

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