At the southern end of Chief’s Island, tucked in amongst the ebony trees you’ll find Stanley’s Camp, which is comprised of eight typical African-style safari tents.
A unique feature of this camp is that the main building is built around a huge sausage tree trunk, and offers uninterrupted views over the surrounding floodplain. Depending on the season, this part of the Delta can become partially covered with water. Between May and June the Mboro River overflows its banks and covers the surrounding read more »
Stanley’s Camp is located in a private reserve, some 105,000 hectares in size. From here, one has year-round access to the waterways of the Okavango Delta.
Lying at the heart of the Delta as it read more »
In the southern region of the Moremi Game Reserve lies Stanley’s Camp, surrounded by ebony and sausage trees, in the middle of a private Concession. In the northern region of the Okavango Delta it is read more »