Nxabega Camp


Soar high above an infinite landscape criss-crossed by a myriad of twisting waterways and peppered by shimmering lagoons framed by lush green vegetation. Doubtlessly, the flight out to the Nxabega Camp is an experience that touches the heart.


After this exhilarating scenic flight, you touch down in the wilderness to check into the luxurious Nxabega Camp, which belongs to the celebrated andBeyond Africa chain.


The designers and visionaries who conceived the Nxabega Camp created a masterpiece: read more » Set amidst a stunningly beautiful backdrop, the camp’s traditional East African style radiates a charmingly quaint flair.


The natural materials like local timber, reed and the thatched roof further enhance this effect. However, of course, an abundance of sophisticated creature comforts completes the concept.


Select furniture and design elements like cattle hide carpets, African art and ostrich egg chandeliers are reminiscent of the colonial days.


The Nxabega Camp’s main facilities have been placed on an elevated platform to ensure an unobstructed view of the wide plains surrounding the camp. Large, shaded viewing decks invite you to kick back and relax.


The viewing decks are also popular at night for swapping adventure stories with the other guests or to make plans for the days to come. For a rainy day, the Nxabega Camp features an elegant dining room.


However, most nights, dinner is served open-air beneath Africa’s brilliant night sky. Indulge in the fine treats served and listen to the near and distant calls of the wildlife all around.


Soft candlelight and the stars illuminate the scene. A glass of finest South African wine complements the gourmet delicacies and a warm breeze carries the scent of the wilderness. The Nxabega Camp in the Okavango Delta – be inspired!


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The Nxabega Camp’s nine safari tents radiate classic elegance. The refined units have all been set on raised platforms that include a private viewing deck and command a spectacular view of the floodplains read more » all around.


The furniture and the design are reminiscent of old times and safaris during the colonial years. Those who enjoy being close to nature, may simply leave the flaps of their tent open at night to enjoy a glimpse of the stars and the concert of the wilderness.


Despite the tent character, the elegant units offer well-protected privacy. Moreover, with only nine tents, the Nxabega Camp never accommodates more than 18 guests at any one time. The tents are spaced at least twenty metres apart and all offer a private shower ensuite.


Depending on your preferences, the tents can be arranged either with two single beds or a double bed. On a special day … or simply feeling a little lazy, request to have breakfast served in bed.


Just wonderful: Having spent a luxuriously long night with dreams of Africa supplemented by the sounds of the wildlife, wake up to a steaming mug of freshly brewed coffee and a view of the early morning light flickering across the floodplains.


The Nxabega Camp truly is a home away from home. The friendly and motivated employees are dedicated to taking excellent care of you and perceiving your wishes even before you can voice them.


Your tent’s ventilator is not only decorative but also a welcome feature on a hot summer’s day. Your valuables are well protected in the safe. The laundry service is quick and efficient.


The Nxageba Camp in the Okavango Delta is the perfect destination for all those searching for an unbridled, authentic safari experience. Give us a call – it is a pleasure for us to tell you more about this exciting destination!


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Translated from the language of the tribe that inhabits the remote regions of the Okavango Delta, the Bayei, the word Nxageba means as much as “place of the giraffe”.


And of course, as you might read more » expect, graceful giraffes are one of the species you will most likely encounter. However, countless other species populate the Okavango Delta’s many habitats.


The Nxageba Camp is situated on a 7000 hectares large concession on the western border of the Moremi Game Reserve. It is the perfect basis for exploring the region both on land and on water.


The delta permanently holds water, a circumstance that does not only attract a stunning abundance of wildlife but also allows for “game drives” on the water – either in a motorboat or in a traditional Mokoro, a local dug-out canoe.


Glide down the intricate system of twisting waterways and approach the animals in complete silence. Moreover, twice a day, classic game drives in open safari vehicles are being offered.


Remember to always keep your camera at the ready. The next picture waiting to be shot might be just around the next bend. The Okavango Delta is paradise for enthusiastic photographers.


Lion, zebra, buffalo or elephant – it is a stirring experience to observe these fascinating creatures from up close in their natural habitat. What’s more, especially the summer months are excellent for birding!


Having spent a long day out and about, refresh yourself with a splash in the swimming pool’s welcoming waters. Alternatively, treat yourself to a professional massage applied by caring hands.


Incidentally, kids are warmly welcomed at the Nxageba Camp! Nxageba, the Okavango Delta and Botswana – three ingredients that make the perfect holiday!


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