Camp Maru

Camp Maru

Okavango Delta

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A throwback to the authentic safari camps of days gone by, Camp Maru is shaded by a small grove of giant leadwood trees and consists of just 6 luxurious safari tents, offering an intimate and exclusive safari experience in the Okavango Delta.

The camp is located in a private concession bordering the Moremi Game Reserve, on the edge of a permanent lagoon which attracts a whole host of animals and birds in all shapes and sizes. Guests can enjoy game drives both in the day and at night, along with guided bush walks and mokoro excursions. The area around the camp is incredibly diverse, including mopane woodland, acacia trees, savannah, floodplains, permanent channels and tiny islands to explore.

This region is also well known for its spectacular year-round game viewing, with daily sightings of elephant, buffalo, hippo, giraffe, zebra and other plains game. Notable predators such as lions, hyena, African wild dog and the elusive leopard are often seen regularly.

For those who are keen birders, the variety of birdlife is particularly impressive between November and March when the summer migrants visit.

Each of the safari tents are styled after the romance of the 1930s safari, and overlook the lagoon which is always a hub of activity.

The main guest area has both an open air lounge and dining tent, along with a shaded veranda and welcoming campfire.

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Rates Include

All meals; all drinks including tea and coffee; safari activities including game drives, mokoro excursions and bush walks; refreshments on safari activities; medical helicopter evacuation to Maun; and a laundry service are included.

Children Policy

Children aged 12 years and older are welcome. Rates available on request.

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General Information For Guests

The safari tents are en-suite with a hot-water shower, basin and flush W/C. They also have a private veranda, mosquito nets, eco-friendly guest amenities, a standing fan, luggage rack, power point for charging photographic equipment and phones, a flashlight and an air horn in case of emergency.

The camp consists of an open-air seating area, fire pit, a small reading area, dining tent and shaded veranda overlooking the nearby lagoon.

Activities that are available include morning and afternoon game drives, night drives, guided bush walks, mokoro excursions (subject to water levels) and visits to the camps honey farm and bee conservation project.

Complimentary Wi-Fi is provided in the lounge and dining areas.

There is no mobile/cell phone connectivity at the camp.

The camp is powered by solar energy.

A laundry service is included.

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