Sanctuary Chief's Camp
Uncontestable safari-chic in the Okavango, the predator capital of Africa
Sanctuary Chief's Camp
With a steadfast reputation as one of Botswana’s best safari camps, the luxuriously exclusive and award-winning Sanctuary Chief’s Camp has recently been rebuilt to incorporate top notch amenities, whilst offering an authentic safari experience. Situated in the Mombo Concession of the renowned Moremi Game Reserve, one of Sanctuary Chief’s principal draws is the opportunity to observe vast numbers of wildlife in this rich ecosystem, year-round, accompanied by expert guides. The camp’s design allows for maximum comfort and privacy; the layout is spacious, lending wonderful views from all angles, whilst the attention to detail is impeccable. Truly, a first class experience.
At the lodge
Extensively refurbished with sumptuous seating areas on a curvaceous, raised deck, the main area is home to a newly designed bar, library and a tempting pizza oven. An orientation room provides guests with additional information on the Delta whilst various other treats lie in store for children at their special retreat, home to a play station, a fancy dress corner, and interactive nature and foosball tables. Energetic adults can let off any excess steam in the fitness centre.
Award-winning, stylish accommodation takes the form of 10 bush pavilions and a luxury suite, each with its own private pool. The bathrooms have been redesigned and offer a large outdoor shower and a roomy bathtub which lend breathtaking, uninhibited views over the Delta. Named after luxury safari pioneer, Geoffrey Kent, the spacious Suite sleeps 4-6 guests and is adorned with interesting artifacts from his travels. It lays claim to its own private guide, housekeeper, bar, waiter and Boma.
Take advantage of the awe-inspiring game viewing by partaking in the morning and afternoon safari drives. Be sure to keep an extra eye out for cats, ranging from large to small, and the rare wild dog. When the floodwaters are in, steal quietly along the river in a mokoro; dug-out canoes traditionally used by the BaYei people. For fantastic views and a new angle on photographic opportunities, an optional extra is to take a scenic flight towards the permanent Delta.