Xigera Camp, Okavango Delta, Botswana

Xigera Camp is a Classic Camp

The idyllic heart of the Okavango Delta

Xigera Camp (pronounced Keejera) lies on the aptly named Paradise Island, surrounded by deep channels and lush vegetation. There are ten raised luxury tents with en-suite facilities, an outdoor shower – and superb views of the classic Okavango Delta floodplains that surround the camp. Meals and evening drinks are enjoyed in the lounge, bar and dining area overlooking a permanently flowing channel or under the stars in a traditional African boma. For those hot days there is a small plunge pool in which to cool off.

Highlights

  • Live on an island, in a riverine forest – a true wetland paradise
  • The best place to see the elusive sitatunga antelope in the Delta
  • A delight for birdwatchers and lovers of tranquil beauty
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Some things to do at Xigera Camp

  • First time to Africa
  • Travelled to Africa
  • Seasoned Traveller
  • Spend a morning on a mokoro floating on crystal-clear waters, on the lookout for the life of the Delta, large and small.

  • Jump into our boat and search for the water-based wildlife further afield.

  • Get lucky and spot lion or leopard using the footbridge that connects Xigera to the next island.

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Submitted by: Will Burrard-Lucas, Mar 13, 2014

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Latest News From Xigera Camp

  • Xigera Camp – February 2014
    Feb 28, 2014

    A majestic long-crested eagle and our star leopard seen at Xigera Camp this month.

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  • Xigera Camp - January 2014
    Jan 31, 2014

    Rare sighting of a bachelor herd of 19 elephant bulls at Xigera this month!

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  • Xigera Camp - December 2013
    Dec 30, 2013

    Leopard on the camp drawbridge, sitatunga make a thrilling appearance and huge congregations of birds make the most of easy pickings in the fish traps

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A Quote From Our Guests

“ From the deck of our tent, we had a view across permanent water to islands, which were the homes of red lechwe, elephants, slaty egrets, wattled cranes, and fish eagles. ”
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Reviewed by: Clarkcan, 2013.08.13