Kanana Camp


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Kanana Camp is set on the Xudum River in the southwest of the Okavango Delta.  The nature of the habitat means it is the perfect place to experience the diversity of species found within the Delta.

Guests at Kanana are accommodated in eight spacious, twin-bedded safari units, set on raised teak decks, offering breathtaking views across the waterways. Dependent on the annual floods, the level of water transforms this dry camp into a true water experience and in the early months of the year you may actually enjoy the visible spectacle of the water rising around the camp.

A wide variety of activities is available at Kanana and the focus of activities varies with the rising and falling water levels.  Game drives in the morning and late afternoon, into the evening on night drives. Alternatively you may explore the crystal clear waterways by mokoro or powerboats, and enjoy the magnificent variety of birds, plant and reptile species found in the area. Of [cont.]

special note is the birding in the area, Kanana hosting a seasonal heronry that teems with activity from August through to the summer months, a true highlight at Kanana which converts all visitors to avid 'twitchers' at first sight. Guided walks are highly recommended in this pretty area as well as fly or spin fishing for tilapia, African pike and sharptooth catfish.

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