Sanctuary Chief’s Camp in Botswana is the ultimately luxurious bush lodge situated on Chief’s Island within the Moremi Game Reserve in the Okavango Delta.
The Moremi Game Reserve is a cordoned off section of the Okavango Delta. In this “predator capital of Africa”, wild dog, lion, cheetah and leopard teeming all year round. White rhino have been introduced to this concession, making it the only place in Botswana where these magnificent animals can be seen in their natural habitat.
A visit to Sanctuary Chief’s Camp will explain why Condé Nast Traveler consistently rates it as one of the top safari destinations in Botswana. The split-level main deck offers unobstructed views over the floodplains while the lower level of the deck houses a huge swimming pool to cool off after the day’s game viewing. The main area houses a bar, curio shop, library reception and dining area. For a rejuvenating pampering session, choose from a range of treatments at the camp’s treatment room.
The twelve guest pavilions are set in a woodland of jackalberry and sausage trees; and each pavilion boasts an indoor and outdoor shower, a spacious seating area and a private game viewing deck overlooking the surrounding floodplains of the Okavango Delta.
Guests enjoy twice daily game drives, and during the flood season guests can take to exploring the quiet waterways of the Delta by guided mokoro trips, in search of a diverse collection of wildlife, including the white rhino seen nowhere else in Botswana.