Abu Camp offers a rare African experience that showcases the magnificent wildlife and landscape of the Okavango Delta; a safari that will transform your perceptions of elephants, wilderness, and life itself. The vast 180,000 hectare (450,000 acre) private and exclusive Abu Concession is set within the unspoilt pristine wilderness area of the Okavango Delta. As the largest inland delta on the planet, the Okavango and surrounding areas of northern Botswana hold more elephants than any other area in Africa. At Abu Camp you are invited to immerse yourself in the majestic world of the African elephant and to become part of the herd during your stay. By the time you leave you will feel a special, emotional connection to the herd which is nothing less than humbling and rewarding, while gaining an understanding of elephant conservation, the premise on which Abu Camp is based. Abu Camp, while never forgetting its environmental footprint, aims to provide the very best in privacy, location, accommodation and service. Allowing all who visit to absorb themselves in a whole new world, the camp is a haven of peace and tranquillity, immersed within the natural rhythms of the bush.
Here are a few special highlights found in Okavango Delta that we've picked out:-
The variety of flora and fauna means excellent game viewing year round
With such a profusion of life, predators in the form of lion, leopard, cheetah, hyaena and wild dog abound
Mokoro excursions offer an authentic and unobtrusive insight into this incredible wetland paradise
Flights between the camps showcase this truly unique and pristine ecosystem
6 Tented Suites
En-suite bathroom which consist of twin basins set in a black marble unit beneath a large mirror
Large walk in shower
Each tent is timber framed with canvas walls and gauze-mesh windows
Study area, with a writing table and comfortable leather deckchair
King-sized bed drapped in mosquito net
Tea and coffee station
There is a Star-Bed platform that sleeps 2 guests situated at the elephant enclosure.
The double-storey Star-Bed has its own bathroom with shower, toilet and basin on the lower deck and the bed upstairs under a large mosquito net with a viewing deck over the elephant enclosure.
ACCESS Abu is accessible only by light aircraft, the airstrip is roughly 20 minutes away from camp by 4WD vehicle.
The following guests had this to say following their stay at Abu Camp:- Gordon from Palm Harbor, Florida“Fabulous place on the Okavango!” Breezy from Nashvile, Tennessee, United States“We loved Abu!” Dom from Shanghai, China“A piece of heaven and hope!” Sue from Wellington, New Zealand“Magical unique experience!’’ Cathy from Santa Fe, New Mexico“ABUeutiful Camp. The camps' location was breath-taking and every day and night we were treated to animals roaming in and out!”