Luxury Abu Camp is located with its private concession of about 180,000 hectare (450,000 acre),within the the largest inland delta on the planet,the Okavango Delta.
The area that surrounds Abu Camp in the northern part of Botswana contains more density of elephants that any other Safari location in Africa.
Abu Camp location is simply a pristine emote wilderness area,and to say it simply,the Okavango Delta is magical..
At Abu Camp,you are able to interact with elephants.Abu Camp has been in operation for about 20 years,.
At Abu Camp,the focus is on privacy,luxury accommodation,service, and most importantly,the natural world, as after all that is the reason you would journey to Abu Camp.
Abu Camp Okavango Delta details:
Botswana Safari Location:
Best time to visit:
All year round(hot in Summer)
• All meals
• All local drinks (excludes premium imported brands and champagne)
• Camp activities including elephant interaction
• Park fees
• Wireless internet connection
• International air travel to/from Maun
• Internal light aircraft travel to/from camp
• Visas – where required
• Departure tax
• Any in-room treatments
Game Drives,Walks,Mokoro,Boating in the Delta,Birding,Elephant Interaction
The Abu Herd lives as natural a life as possible, spending their days in the bush and spending time with guests on foot and by vehicle for brief periods during the cooler parts of the mornings and afternoons. During the day time, they are free to forage, bathe, and wallow in mud – all the activities that elephants most enjoy.
All the calves born to Abu Herd elephants have been sired by wild bulls, which speaks volumes for the freedom of the herd members to have normal interactions and contact with wild elephant.
As they bridge the gap between elephant and human societies, the members of the Abu Herd can transform your perception of these magnificent creatures, of other wildlife and the living environment.
During your stay, you are invited to become a member of the Abu Herd. At designated places in the concession, you will get to know the personalities of each family member, from playful youngsters to precocious teenagers and doting adults.
You will soon form a deep and enduring connection to each elephant – a sense of belonging which is both humbling and uplifting.
Currently the Abu Herd consists of the wise old matriarch, Cathy; Sirheni, an adult female who was orphaned in the Kruger National Park in South Africa and Sirheni’s fourth calf, Warona.
The younger members are Lorato and her sister Naledi, both daughters of the late Kitimetse. Lorato gave birth to her first calf, Motlotlo, at the end of January 2018.
Naledi’s story of survival inspired the heart-breaking but ultimately uplifting film of her life so far: ‘Naledi – A Baby Elephant’s Tale’. You can watch this on Netflix.
There is also Paseka, the ‘Easter elephant’, who surprised everyone by having her firstborn calf, Shamiso, in April 2018.
This means that we currently have two very energetic and boisterous male elephant calves in the Abu Herd!
Abu Camp is situated under the shade of a magnificent grove of ancient hardwood trees on the edge of a large lagoon.
Its a small intimate camp with only 6 Luxury suites
Each suite has:
Well-lit pathways to the guest rooms.
Indoor and outdoor shower.
Separate seating area with a writing desk
Elevated wooden deck built around the ancient trees
At Abu Camp each rooms furnishings and fittings are different,chosen for that room alone.
Views of the Okavango Delta,are had from any place in the tents.
The main public area at the camp has been designed to coordinate with the rooms.Homeware, hand-woven linen fabrics, ceramic light pods, woven seagrass chairs and hand-hewn wooden pieces give the camp the elegant flair of the Okavango Delta.
A library and communication area is available,
For those wanting to experience nature in a more personal way,Abu Camp offers a sleep out under the stars experience.
You are escorted to the large double bed after dinner.Elevated above the ground,you sleep under a canopy of African stars,and the sounds of the rumblings of the elephants.
A bathroom,complete with a open shower is available on the level below the sleep out deck
Safari days end around the campfire.A time to share stories,or take some time to reflect.
We design your Africa experience as you want it.