Sanctuary Chief's Camp

Sanctuary Chief's Camp

Part of the Sanctuary Retreat portfolio of luxury safari lodges, Sanctuary Chief's Camp in the Okavango Delta is named in honour of its history as the royal hunting reserve of Chief Moremi. Consistently regarded as one of the finest safari destinations in Botswana, and part of the prestigious Conde Nast “Platinum Circle', this remarkable camp offers unparalleled standards of luxury, personal service and a spa, gym and stunning pool area.

Nature and luxury in balance

All of the lodges are generously proportioned and air conditioning, spacious and comfortable four poster beds and gorgeous, sophisticated decor come as standard. Indulging in a luxuriant soak in your private bathroom with its floor to ceiling windows or relaxing on your covered deck as you watch a parade of elephants, buffalo and giraffes, you may be overawed by this level of luxury given the natural wilderness just outside your lodge.

The even grander Geoffrey Kent suite has a private boma and dedicated guide and vehicle, as well as a personal chef, waiter and a butler.

Gourmet cuisine

The sophisticated food here is superlative; from full English breakfast to indulgent afternoon tea. Dinner is preceded by sundowner cocktails and canapés and be dazzled by the range of delicious gourmet options and the accompanying fine wines.

Superb viewing opportunities

Spot roaming lions, antelope, zebra and buffalo, as well as wild dogs, genet cats and hyena on daily game drives. In June, the area surrounding the camp floods and turns the Okavango Delta into a network of lagoons and streams. Take a gentle ride in a traditional canoe to witness hippos bathing and crocodiles on the hunt for prey. For an incredible bird's eye view over areas of the delta unreachable by land, take a scenic flight and marvel as this enchanting landscape opens up below you.

before you go

Everything you need to know before planning your dream trip

When to travel
Visit Botswana during their dry months of April to August. Julyto October is the best time for game viewing in Namibia, however, bird-watchers should schedule a visit here between November and December. In Zambia expect the falls to be at their peak between March and May, with May to October being the months for game viewing, with some parks potentially closing between November to April due to flooding
How to get there
All routes go via Johannesburg (approx 11 hours) on British Airways, Virgin Atlantic or South African Airways, with easy and short onward flights to all destinations

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