Oddballs Enclave, Okavango Delta Seat on a small island, bordering Moremi Game Reserve, guests enjoy unforgettable wildlife encounters during their thrilling activities.
The lodge is located on the edge of Chief's Island, in the heart of Botswana's wildlife-rich Okavango Delta. Accessible only by light aircraft, guests are welcomed on arrival to this magnificent island by their private guide, who will remain their guide for the duration of your stay.
The Oddballs Enclave on Chiefʼs Island in the Okavango Delta of Botswana can be accessed by Delta Air, it is a twenty-minute flight from Maun.
Children of all ages are welcome at this water safari camp where bush walks and mokoro excursions provide close encounters with the untamed wild.
With the camp being able to accommodate only a maximum of 10 guests are ensured a private and tranquil nature safari experience. The camp features five twin or double bedded mini-Meru tents which are on elevated wooden decks. The tents provide a semi-detached private bathroom with a unique al fresco bucket shower, hot and cold running water are available.
The Enclave offers thrilling walking and mekoro/ mokoro (traditional dug-out canoe) trips of the swamps. The private guide takes guests out in the early mornings and afternoons, to nearby islands where he walks with the guests to view the game and the spectacular landscape of the Okavango.
When requested, the camp can also pack a picnic lunch for guests, allowing them to stay out the whole day. Walking among Africa’s untamed wildlife is an experience never to be forgotten. Learn all about this magnificent ecosystem in the Okavango Delta with its wildlife, flora and fauna and admire the wildlife.
A great variety of species live in the Okavango Delta when it comes to plants, animals, birds, insects as well as reptiles. Only a few of Africa’s great wilderness regions can boast the diversity found here in the Okavango Delta. Desert and wetland species live here side by side, while elephants frolic in the water. Small and large cats grit their teeth when they have to take the plunge through the water.
The Oddballs' Enclave Camp does not operate any generators and offers also no motorized activities. Guests glide through the waterways in a traditional wooden mokoro or are walking across the islands. Solar panels are used to power batteries and heat the water.