Banoka Bush Camp, Okavango Delta, Botswana

Banoka Bush Camp is an Adventures Camp

Khwai River dreaming...

Banoka Bush Camp is built along a treeline overlooking a lagoon, while the entire camp is 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. There is an open campfire area to relax at and discuss 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

  • Get close to nature on a guided nature walk

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Submitted by: John de Villiers, Dec 6, 2013

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Latest News From Banoka Bush Camp

  • Banoka Bush Camp - June 2014
    Jun 30, 2014

    With the winter landscape as a backdrop, Banoka offers tremendous wildlife activity and interactions between predators and their prey species…

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  • Banoka Bush Camp – May 2014
    May 31, 2014

    The Banoka Wild Dog Pack seems to be hunting for a new den site…

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  • Banoka Bush Camp – April 2014
    Apr 30, 2014

    With the many impala around we have had great sightings of wild dog very close to Banoka Bush Camp

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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