The safari experience is all encompassing in that it offers the best of both land and water game viewing. The ethos at Xaxaba is to keep a low carbon footprint, so all game activities are gentle on the environment.
This is the way to experience Chief’s Island in the Okavango Delta. On foot with a guide who knows the area like the back of his hand. There are certain sections of the island where swimming is possible. If it is safe, and the water levels are low, guides will take you for a dip in the pristine waters.
The traditional dug-out wooden canoe utilised especially in the Okavango Delta. Silently gliding through the waterways, guides take guests closer to nature and to the wildlife in the Delta than ever before. Guests can indulge in mokoro trips, boating, fishing and walking safaris.
Guides will take you to an exquisite set-up on the sandy banks of the island to celebrate golden hour. The island is full of tall, leafy trees, which of course are home to a fantastic array of bird species, and when the marula trees are in fruit, there are a couple of elephants that make their way across the waterways and onto the island to feed between the tents.
A visit to the local Xaxaba village is one of the activities guests can enjoy.
Learn about how the huts are made out of old termite mounds.
Guests will have the opportunity with the Xaxaba community.
Xaxaba offers the best of both land and water game viewing; where guests can indulge in mokoro trips, boating, fishing and walking safaris.
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