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The weather has been really pleasant this month as it has not been too hot and we have received some rain. It rained for an entire week in fact, which really helped to rejuvenate the landscape and fill up all of the pans… READ MORE
Banoka Bush Camp is named in honor of the Banoka people, ancestors of the Khoi and the earliest settlers of the Okavango Delta. Situated on the banks of the Khwai River within the Khwai Development Trust Community Concession, Banoka offers guests unfettered access to an incredibly diverse area with a wealth of resident wildlife.
Built along the tree-line overlooking a lagoon, the camp sits raised off the ground to greater enhance the view. Ten tented rooms feature en-suite bathroom facilities as well as private verandas while the camp’s main area consists of a lounge, dining area, plunge pool and deck. The entire camp runs on solar power, eliminating the need for wasteful generators and ensuring as light an ecological footprint as possible.
Activities include guided game drives and traditional mokoro rides (dug out canoe) rides allowing guests to float quietly down the Khwai’s secretive channels, a classic Delta experience (water level dependent). In addition, catch and release fishing is available seasonally with basic equipment provided.