NXAMASERI ISLAND LODGE 3 nts
Nxamaseri Island Lodge sits on a private island in the permanent waters of Botswana’s upper Okavango Delta. A small, exclusive lodge, it is one of the oldest in the Okavango Delta. The distinct style of Nxamaseri Island Lodge showcases the beauty of the permanent swamp that is it’s home and subtly expresses the rich vibrance of the indigenous people.
The perfect destination to explore the Okavango River for birds, scenic beauty and fishing for Tiger Fish - and then of course visiting Tsodilo Hills is a must - a magical place.
Fly from Maun to Nxamaseri and back to Maun or on to eslewhere in the Okavango Delta.
Spend three days at Nxamaseri staying in luxury accommodation with great food, all overlooking the pristine waters and floodplains of the Okavango Delta.
There is no better way to experience the stillness and beauty of the Okavango Delta than to be poled on the water silently, gliding just inches above the crystal clear surface, eye-level with dragon flies, reed frogs and water lilies and within touching distance of the myriad of colourful fish that swim just below the surface. [Seasonal - High water levels are required]
Nxamaseri Island Lodge has spectacular birding throughout the year. The most exceptional birding months are from September to February, before the new water arrives. The Lodge provides unrivaled water bird viewing, having a large variety of kingfishers, herons, storks and water fowl. The area also has an impressive number of woodland and riverine forest species that occur on the islands and the seasonal floodplains beyond the camp.
Guided walks are offered on nearby islands, accessed by boat or mokoro, giving you the opportunity to experience the intimacy and piece of unspoiled Africa.
Owing to its prime delta location fishing is a one of the lodges primary activities from March – December. Tiger fish are indigenous to the area and, as one of the world’s most dramatic freshwater game fish, it provides thrilling angling for both experienced and novice fishermen.
One hour from Nxamaseri Island Lodge is one of Botswana’s greatest treasures. The mystical and spiritual Tsodilo Hills rise out of the dry desert landscape, forming the highest point in Botswana. These hills are sacred to the San people of Northern Botswana and are adorned with over 4000 ancient San paintings. A visit to these hills affords one the privilege of being able to see and feel, however briefly, the essence of an ancient culture, fragile and increasingly threatened in the face of pressure from the Western world.
Type of Safari
Custom Itinerary for singles, couples, families & groups
Suggest 3 nights
- Mokoro excursions
- Bush walks
- Boat trips
- All meals and select drinks
- Tsodilo day trips
- Village visits
- Compulsory comprehensive insurance
- All relevant entry and departure Government taxes
- All personal purchases (including curios, spirit liquors, telephone calls, etc.)
- Optional extra activities
- Pre and post safari tours
- All other travel arrangements pre or post the safari and any new Government taxes
- Fuel or industry increases which are beyond our control
Light aircraft, 4x4 safari vehicle, motor boat
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