Little Vumbura Camp
is situated on a beautiful island in a private concession in the northern reaches of the Okavango Delta. Surrounded as it is by water and lying close to large rivers, water-based activities are just as popular as those on land, both offering spectacular and diverse wildlife sightings.Highlights of Little Vumbura Camp:
- The habitat mix means that just about every species found in the Okavango can be seen
- Excellent predator sightings are possible all year round
- Epitomising island living, this intimate camp is accessible only by boatAccommodation at Little Vumbura Camp - Classic Camp:
These camps are designed in traditional safari style and are mostly stylish canvas constructions, often raised off the ground on wooden decks. Located in exceptional wildlife and wilderness areas, all offer superb facilities and accommodation. The camps range in size from 3 to 12 tents.
Little Vumbura is a beautiful six-roomed tented camp shaded by the canopy of an ancient forest. Each well-appointed tent has en-suite facilities and a deck with incredible vistas. A plunge pool and reading area overlook the floodplains and a star deck leads off over the water from the dining area.Wildlife at Little Vumbura:
The annually flooded grasslands of the Okavango Delta surrounding Vumbura Plains are locally referred to as `melapo` and offer good seasonal viewing of elephant, giraffe, impala, sable antelope, kudu, zebra, common waterbuck and reedbuck, tsessebe, wildebeest, red lechwe and Cape buffalo. Hippo and crocodile are common in the waterways. Predators include the African wild dog, several resident prides of lion, as well as leopard, cheetah and African wildcat. Birding is exceptional all year round.Things to do at Little Vumbura:
Due to its location, Little Vumbura offers a number of ways to observe the spectacular wildlife of this diverse concession.
- Game Drives
- Night Drives
- Mokoro Excursions
- Nature Walks
- Hot Air Balloon Safaris
Please find herewith some information
that is provided as a guideline to visitors when on safari in Botswana.