The Oddballs Camp is located on the edge of Chief's Island in the heart of the Okavango bordering the Moremi Game Reserve in Botswana, Southern Africa.
This tented safari camp in Botswana offers simple, comfortable canvas 3m x 3m luxury tents including two family units. These are set on elevated wooden decks, providing a view of the surrounding bush and shaded by canvas shelters. The tents have their own rustic en-suite facilities including hot and cold running water provided by the al fresco bucket shower offering a true safari experience.
The Oddballs Camp offers guests a variety of non motorized activities. Guides provide their own mokoro which is a wooden dugout canoe in which guests enjoy gliding through the Okavango to nearby islands.
On the islands, guests enjoy walks through magnificent scenery. It is recommended to head out into the wild in the early morning, returning for a late breakfast and then embark on another wildlife adventure in the afternoon after the midday heat. For guests who wish to enjoy a full day on exploration, a picnic lunch can be packed.
If travellers stay four or more nights, they have the option to enjoy the overnight camping trails by mokoro, for a minimum of two nights. We recommend three or more nights to get the best out of this unique safari experience in the Okavango Delta of Botswana. Oddballs trails count among the most sought-after wilderness experiences in the world. These provide the chance to experience life in tranquility in the heart of the wilderness and on its own terms not seen in the modern world.
The Oddballs Camp welcomes families traveling with children of all ages. There are two family units available and no age restrictions apply.
The access to the Oddballs Camp is only by air craft due to its remote location deep in the heart of the Okavango, bordering the Moremi Game Reserve. It is a 20-minute flight from Maun and a 50 minutes flight from Kasane.
Power at this authentic safari camp is generated by solar panels, and where possible the water is also heated this way. The camp's generators do not emit unnecessary air and noise pollution.