Banoka Bush Camp, Okavango Delta, Botswana

Banoka Bush Camp is an Adventures Camp

Things to do at Banoka Bush Camp

Activities at Banoka Bush Camp include game drives, walking safaris and night drives, led by qualified guides who are extremely knowledgeable about the area and its wildlife.

Day and Night Game Drives

With a splendid diversity of habitat, from wetland to woodland, there are a multitude of species to encounter on our open Land Rovers, from hippos and crocodiles to elephants, zebras and the big cats.

Mokoro Excursions

Glide silently through pristine waterways and on the Khwai River itself in a traditional-style dugout canoe, giving a unique perspective of the diversity of life both big and small in this fascinating ecosystem.

Guided Nature Walks

Walk in the company of an armed and experienced guide who will bring you closer to nature as you follow game paths through the bush, observing the smaller things you miss when travelling by vehicle.


With some 450 species to be seen, this is a birder's paradise. A large variety of birdlife can be seen including wattled crane and saddle-billed stork, Verreaux's eagle-owl, Senegal coucal, long-toed lapwing, Burchell's sandgrouse and Arnot's chat.

Fly Fishing

A limited supply of basic equipment is on offer and seasonal fishing is permitted on a catch-and-release basis.

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Latest News From Banoka Bush Camp

  • Banoka Bush Camp - January 2014
    Jan 31, 2014

    A fresh – and green – start for 2014 at Banoka Bush Camp

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  • Banoka Bush Camp - December 2013
    Dec 26, 2013

    Great predator sightings, as well as hippo in camp at night

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  • Banoka Bush Camp - October 2013
    Oct 29, 2013

    A very productive month for game viewing with regular sightings of everything from elephant to wild dog.

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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