Gunn’s Camp overlooking the legendary Chiefs Island and bordering the Moremi Game Reserve, and is one of the last few remaining luxury vintage safari camps in the Okavango Delta.
Chiefs Island where your activities take place offers one the of largest populations of African wildlife in the Delta area.
Sightings may include lion , leopard , elephant , buffalo and packs of wild dog running across the plains of the Delta.
The concession is also home to hippo , crocodiles , plains zebra and a variety of buck, including the red lechwe.
Gunn’s Camp is accessed by a light aircraft (generally a Cessna 206) from Maun, the flight is approximately 20 minutes over the south-western Delta.
It is also possible to fly from other areas of Botswana.
Accommodation at Gunn’s camp has 2 levels A and B
7 x luxury meru – style tents with en suite bathrooms.
A thatched elevated honeymoon chalet, set under leafy palms and African Ebony, affording panoramic views of the Okavango Delta from a private balcony.
All tents have lighting provided by generated electricity.
Towels and a laundry service are included in your stay
Level B (Semetsi Camp)
8 x Permanently erected meru tents on raised wooden decks all with sunset views and overlooking the Okavango.
Shared bathroom facilities with hot / cold showers and flush toilets.
The lack of vehicles and electricity adds to it’s atmosphere of real African safari bush life.
Rates – 2016 Low Season 01 December 2010 – 31 March 2016
US$ 395 per person per night sharing
High Season 01 July 2016 – 31 October 2016 US$ 395 per person per night sharing
Other : 01 April 2016 – 30 June 2016
US$395 per person per night sharing
Includes: Accommodation, meals, selected local beverages, activities
Air Transfer – minimum 2 people
Maun – Gunn’s Camp return. Includes departure tax and Navigation fees.
There is a strict luggage restriction on the flight, 10kg plus hand luggage, in soft manageable bags. (back packs, rucksacks, duffle bags are highly recommended, please do not bring samsonite suitcases)
Excess luggage can be stored in Gunn’s camp, Maun office whilst you are in the delta.
E and O.E
The main activities are
Mokoro and sunset powerboat excursions (water levels permitting) along the many nearby channels and lagoons,
game and bird walks on islands in the surrounding Okavango Delta.
The Okavango Delta has a myriad channels and lagoons to explore, a delight for avid photographers and wildlife enthusiasts to view the abundance of game and birdlife in the area.
A Typical Day:
A light or full cooked breakfast is served to fit in with your activities.
A morning activity is taken – as planned with your guide / Camp Managers and return to camp for lunch and a siesta.
It is also an option to take a full day trip with picnic lunch if pre-arranged.
Afternoon tea is served, after which you can enjoy an afternoon activity until sunset, where you return to camp as per the regulations of Moremi Game Reserve.
A three course dinner in the dinning room or a BBQ dinner at the campfire is served and the evening can be enjoyed relaxing in the lounge or around the campfire