Abu Camp, Okavango Delta, Botswana

Abu Camp is a Collection Camp

Wildlife at Abu Camp

The essence of Abu is the experience of being part of an elephant herd in its natural habitat. However unlike some of the water-inundated areas of the Okavango Delta, the Abu Concession varies from open grasslands to secluded island sanctuaries and papyrus-fringed channels. This variety of natural habitats allows for an abundance of general game. Giraffe, zebra, elephant, impala, tsessebe, lechwe, wildebeest, buffalo and warthog roam the 180 000 hectares. Lion often move through the area too and can sometimes be heard calling at night, while hyaena and leopard are resident and so are encountered more frequently

What You Could See at Abu Camp

  • First time to Africa
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  • Seasonal Traveller

Latest Abu Camp Album

Submitted by: Tania Ackerman, May 10, 2015

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Latest News From Abu Camp

  • Abu Camp - August 2015
    Aug 1, 2015

    Aside from hyaena, leopard and baby giraffe sightings, Abu provided us with this statistic: Naledi has consumed just over 20 000 litres (5 300 US gallons) of milk since her birth!

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  • Abu Camp - July 2015
    Jul 1, 2015

    Wonderful sightings of lion and leopard, and Naledi back to her bouncing self at Abu Camp

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  • Abu Camp - June 2015
    Jun 1, 2015

    A fascinating – if disquieting – sighting involving a hyaena and a leopard, and Elephants Without Borders research projects presented at Abu Camp this month.

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As recommended on TripAdvisor

“ Besides elephants, Abu is also an amazing place for the other wildlife that is there and for its classic structure and wonderful service. To say that the staff goes up and beyond is an understatement. ”
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Reviewed by: librarylady57, 4 June 2015