Setari Camp

“Tucked deep within the Okavango on a picture-perfect palm island you will find Setari Camp”
Budget level: Mid-Range
When to Go
All Year
Property Type
Northern Botswana, Okavango Delta
Kids Min Age

Setari Camp is Setswana for ‘Tree’ and has been lovingly designed to integrate the giant riverine forest and palms trees which dominate the island. Winding walkways, high above the ground, interlink the tents, dining/sitting room, pool and gym, creating a massive tree-house from which to marvel at the panoramic views over the crystal-clear channels and papyrus beds beyond.

Situated within a private concession of 120,000 acres of pristine watery wilderness, exclusivity and seclusion are guaranteed. Enjoy a pure Delta experience, inhabited by a myriad of birdlife and wildlife unique to this exceptional ecosystem.

Setari Camp accommodates 20 guests in 8 light, airy and spacious tents and 1 suite designed for families. The tents are elegantly furnished with comfort in mind and each have extra length beds, super-sized mosquito net, desk, sofa, fan, lights and handy plug points. The bathrooms are extremely spacious and enjoy a free-standing bath, separate shower and toilet and an outside shower-with-a-view. To make the most of the views, we have added private decks which each enjoy spectacular views over the Delta. The Family tent accommodates families of up to 4 in 2 adjoining tents, each with its own bathroom and outside shower. There is also large decked area for private dinners in between the family tents.

The camp also boasts a swimming pool, gym and large, airy dining and seating area all having spectacular views over the surrounding wilderness.

The area is a birder’s paradise, boasting a huge number of migrant birds, aquatic birds, raptors, a seasonal heronry and to top it all, the hauntingly beautiful Pel’s Fishing Owl. To add to this, the island is also home to the rare and regal Sitatunga antelope as well as bushbuck, a resident leopard, hippo, baboons and a lone hyena.

Wonder at the magical birds and wildlife from one of our specially modified game viewing boats or from a traditional mokoro (dug out canoe). They also offer bush walks on the neighbouring islands where we hope to take in the resident elephant or sitatunga.

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