Banoka Bush Camp, Okavango Delta, Botswana

Banoka Bush Camp is an Adventures Camp

Khwai River dreaming...

Banoka Bush Camp is situated in the Khwai Concession, one of the most diverse areas in northern Botswana, with a wealth of wildlife to be seen. It is scenically located along the tree line overlooking a lagoon with the whole camp raised off the ground to take in the view.

Accommodation is in ten en-suite tented rooms complete with private verandas. There are two family tents which accommodate two adults and two children each. The main area consists of a bar, lounge, dining area and plunge pool and deck, while an open campfire area is perfect for relaxation and discussing the day's adventures. The camp is 100% solar powered.


  • Banoka is named in honour of the Banoka (River San), earliest settlers of the Okavango
  • The main area is shaded by canvas but open to scenes of wildlife coming down to drink
  • Excellent wildlife viewing and wonderful variety of birdlife
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Some things to do at Banoka Bush Camp

  • First time to Africa
  • Travelled to Africa
  • Seasoned Traveller
  • Take a game drive and enjoy one of the most diverse areas in northern Botswana

  • Float silently on a mokoro through pristine waterways and on the Khwai River

  • Enjoy a delicious bush dining experience

Latest News From Banoka Bush Camp

  • Banoka Bush Camp – October 2014
    Dec 2, 2014

    The pride of lions on the western side of Banoka Bush Camp was blessed with three cubs towards the end of the month…

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  • Banoka Bush Camp - August 2014
    Aug 31, 2014

    A number of different lion prides have been spotted around Banoka Bush Camp…

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  • Banoka Bush Camp - July 2014
    Jul 31, 2014

    The Banoka wild dog pack was seen frequently during July, hunting its favourite prey, impala and kudu…

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A Quote From Our Guests

“ A very warm welcome from managers Mr. T, Mama B and Mish... The camp was near a waterhole and our tent #2 was where the hippos and elephants would walk to the hole. ”
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Reviewed by: carol33708, 2013.06.23