Little Vumbura is an extremely beautiful luxury camp, located in the private Kwedi Game Reserve, which borders the Moremi Game Reserve at the most northerly part of the Okavango Delta.
This camp offers both kinds of safari: land-based and water-based. The camp is located on a palm-covered island in the permanently-flooded part of the Delta. However it’s only a short hop to drier areas, which are just waiting to be explored in classic 4WD safari style.
The vegetation ranges from the vast
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open flood plains to dense Mopane bushland and offers spectacular game viewing and bird watching opportunities all year round.
At Little Vumbura you can meet the grassland inhabitants such as kudu, gnu, and tsessebe, as well as those which live in the damper regions: red lechwe, waterbucks, hippos, and crocodiles.
This region is famous for its large numbers of sable antelope and the huge herds of buffalo and elephants. These in turn attract dramatic numbers of predators such as lions, leopards, hyenas and cheetahs.
And a rich combination of Okavango water birds and their neighbours from the acacia and savannah covered areas make this region a very special experience for all bird lovers.
Because of the small size of this camp – only six tents – Little Vumbura offers a personalized private atmosphere. The safari trips offer a chance to meet other travellers, and the evenings can be spent chatting with the camp’s guests, rangers and guides in a cosy and friendly ambience.
The camp’s main buildings are beautifully laid out, with a semi-open air restaurant and bar, a small library and pool deck all built on wooden platforms. From here one can take in the stunning views of the surrounding plains, and perhaps hear the hippos calling to one another.
If you are looking for a first-class land and water safari experience, backed up with private and comfortable accommodation, then Little Vumbura is the camp for you.
Important Note: Little Vumbura Camp can only be reached by light plane, and during the winter high-water season it’s necessary to cover the last part either by motor boat or Mokoro.
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