Moremi Game Reserve
Okuti Camp has just five twin-bedded “mosasa” – a tribal word for a house made of reeds – each with en-suite bathrooms, indoor and outdoor shower, hot and cold water and flush toilet. The honeymoon unit features a double bed, bathtub in the shower area, indoor and outdoor shower and delightful furnishings. Two family units consist of two bedrooms which share spacious bathroom facilities.
Each of Okuti’s spacious rooms are located on raised teak decks looking out over the Delta. The dark storm clouds that come rolling in during the rainy season make for dramatic photographs. Tiny Angolan Reed Frogs frequent this area – beautiful in their size and coloration.
All the rooms are linked with raised wooden walkways as in most safari camps and elephant are sometimes regular visitors in camp at night.
The Moremi Game Reserve is incredible for game viewing.There are many roads to choose from making a lot of the park accessible and open for exploring. The Moremi also supports such different types of vegetation and habitats so each corner will reveal a new animal you’ve not seen before.
Taking a motor boat out to the lagoon for sun downers is a real treat and its a great idea to ask your guide to explore some of the channels on the way to Shinde as these two camps are accessible by water. One of the most exhilarating trips I did when I worked in the Delta was the boat ride from Shinde to Okuti.
The waters of the Okavango are crystal clear and probably the cleanest water you will find on the planet!
Read our Country Information for advice on travel to Botswana
For a combination of both Okavango water activities and land game drives look at Vumbura North Camp.
For further reading on the Okavango Delta visit the UNESCO site.