The area encompasses a necklace of islands dotted with palms, figs, ebony and knobthorn, and is home to a myriad of birds, plants and animals. The nature of the habitat means it is the perfect place to experience the diversity of species found within the Okavango Delta
Botswana is topographically flat, with up to 70 percent of its territory being the Kalahari Desert. The Chobe Park is the third largest conservation area in Botswana. It is not uncommon to be camping along the Chobe river and experience a herd of elephant moving past your campsite. This natural environment allows visitors to explore the natural behaviour and movement of Botswana’s wildlife.
The Okavango Delta is a unique pulsing wetland. More correctly an alluvial fan. Right there, overlooking the legendary Chiefs Island and bordering the Moremi Game Reserve, Gunn’s Camp is one of the last few remaining luxury, vintage safari camps. Gunn’s Camp achieves a fine balance of comfort without isolating guests from the sights and sounds of the wilderness.