Xigera Camp, Okavango Delta, Botswana

Xigera Camp is a Classic Camp

Xigera Camp Rates

Our fully inclusive rates are not just about the level of accommodation or the thread count of the linen. They encompass elements that cannot be counted or measured, such as exclusive access to more than 3 million hectares (8 million acres) of Africa’s best wildlife areas. This equates to 3 000 hectares (8 000 acres) of private land per guest, creating a unique sense of seclusion, comfort, privacy and space. In turn, your presence helps us in the conservation of these areas.

Xigera Camp offers a fully inclusive rate.

Our rates include:
• Accommodation
• All meals
• Twice daily scheduled camp activities
• Park fees
• All local drinks
• Laundry

Our rates exclude:
• Scheduled charter flights
• Premium imported brands
• Champagne

Fully inclusive - Per person sharing per nightRates
11 January 2014  to 31 March 2014US$    736
01 April 2014  to 31 May 2014US$    832
01 June 2014 to 31 October 2014US$ 1,291
01 November 2014 to 19 December 2014US$    832
20 December 2014 to 10 January 2015US$    947

Our agents:

Our dedicated team with 30 years’ experience of designing perfect safaris works with your travel agent – an Africa specialist in their own right – to design a journey that suits your budget and bucket list.

Latest Xigera Camp Album

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