andBeyond Sandibe Okavango Safari Lodge guests have the unique opportunity to track the Big Five (lion, leopard, rhino, buffalo and elephant) as well as the semi-aquatic lechwe and sitatunga antelope. Day and night safaris, bush walks, mokoro river cruises (dependent on water levels) and powerboat cruises are also available for guests.
The Sandibe lodge nestles in a private concession of 20 thousand acres on the southeastern border of the Moremi Reserve in one of the vast regions of the world, the famous Okavango Delta.
&Beyond Lodge is known for its elaborate waterways and profusion of wildlife in the Delta is home to a large variety of both water and land species. Predators from the bordering Moremi often cross into the Sandibe concession. The Lodge is the oasis of the Delta, which is the world's largest landlocked delta.
Sandibe Okavango Safari Lodge features eight thatched cottages which are located on the edge of the Okavango Delta in Botswana. The tranquil atmosphere of the Lodge can be enjoyed by guests while relaxing on their bed or their private deck. Only the elephants splashing in the waters, the baboons chattering and birds calling in the trees break this quietness.
Situated in the heart of the Sandibe Camp, tucked under the beautiful forest canopy, one can find the dining area which features private decks from where magnificent views across the waterways of the Okavango Delta can be enjoyed. African dinners are cooked in the open boma that boasts a unique charcoal-cooled wine cellar.
Scheduled Air Botswana flights are available to Maun or Kasane in Botswana. From here, transfer of light aircraft to the Chitabe airstrip is offered followed by a 46-minute safari drive to this Safari Lodge.
andBeyond Sandibe is situated in the Okavango which is a fascinating natural phenomenon. Flowing more than Thousand kilometres from its source in Angola, the Okavango River passes beneath the silica of Botswana, forming a green inland delta in the midst of this otherwise dry country. Selected regions of the Okavango Delta remain always flooded while others only experience high water levels from May to September when rain waters from Angola reach the outer stretches of the Okavango Delta in Botswana.
The Cottages offer: