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Shared charter flight: Maun - Kings Pool Camp (approx 50 minutes)
Stay at Kings Pool Camp for 3 nights
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included
Overlooking the Kings Pool Lagoon so named for the Scandinavian regent that once camped here Kings Pool Camp is one of the gems of Chobe National Park. The wildlife-rich landscape unfolds before you on your morning and evening game drives: impala, kudu, zebra, giraffe, sable, waterbuck and buffalo, as well as cheetah, leopard, lion, hyena and the mighty elephant. When not driving across the plains, embark on a sundowner cruise on the Linyanti River or settle in to one of the well placed hides, where you can safely glimpse wildlife that is mere feet away. Back at camp, listen to the hippos splash and snort in the lagoon as you lounge in the shelter of your open-air sala, while en-suite elegance awaits inside the folds of one of the nine luxury tents here: including a large bedroom area, lounge, double showers and a separate flush toilet. Go for a refreshing dip in your private plunge pool, or perhaps enjoy the outdoor shower under a canopy of stars. In the center of camp are the thatched main lounge, pub, dining room and a boma for al fresco enjoyment of the superb fare here. The whole camp is raised up, allowing you to see game from the comfort of a deck chair as they walk freely below.
Shared charter flight: Kings Pool Camp - Jao Camp (approx 45 minutes)
Stay at Jao Camp for 2 nights
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included
On a remote island in the Okavango Delta sits Jao Camp, a nine-tent escape in the heart of a peaceful private reserve. The plains and waterways here are brimming with a diverse range of fascinating species including elephant, leopard, wildebeest, hippo, crocodile and a number of colorful bird species which can be viewed on game drives as well as by boat or mokoro (a traditional dugout canoe). Yet guests need not even leave camp to see the reserve?s copious wildlife: views of the surrounding landscape are ideal from your private deck or the outdoor sala (which also works well for breezy midday siestas). Wildlife is just one of the reasons to love Jao. You can indulge massage treatments from the resident therapist, work out at the gym or visit the salon, relax in the two plunge pools or even head out on the placid waters of the Delta for some fishing. Throughout your stay, you will be ensconced in elegance: handcrafted en-suite tents, shaded under a canopy of trees and featuring exquisite details and superb views. There is also an outdoor boma where you can enjoy one of their excellent wines, breathing in the superb bouquet and the fresh air in this alluring wilderness.
Mombo Camp is situated on Mombo Island, adjoining the northern tip of Chiefs Island, and is within the Moremi Game Reserve in the Okavango Delta in northern Botswana. The island is surrounded by open floodplains and the camp itself is largely built in and around the shade of some large mangosteen, ebony and fig trees - overlooking a wonderful floodplain teeming with game. The camp has nine luxuriously furnished tents, raised off the ground. The guest rooms and connecting walkways are up to two meters off the ground, allowing game to wander freely through the camp - but at the same time allowing for guest safety. One often finds that animals take refuge under the rooms. The canvas rooms are spacious and well appointed and have en-suite facilities with an additional outdoor shower for those who enjoy a shower under the stars. The dining room, pub and living area overlook the open plain in front of the camp and there is a plunge pool for relaxing in the heat of the day. Activities at Mombo include morning and afternoon game drives in open 4x4 vehicles. The camp offers abundant big game viewing, arguably the best in Botswana. The highlight is the concentration of plains game and all the predators - including the big cats. Lion sightings are particularly good. Guests could also see Leopard, large herds of Buffalo, Cheetah, Wild Dog, Elephant, White and Black Rhino, Hyena, Giraffe, Wildebeest and Zebra. Access into this area is only by aircraft.