Pom Pom Camp- Okavango Delta

Pom Pom lies in a private concession in the heart of the Okavango Delta. Current Prices

Pom Pom Camp offers great Okavango scenery, game drives, night drives, walking safaris and mokoro excursions

Pom Pom camp is a 12-bedded safari camp built and designed in the style of safari camps of old.

The camp overlooks a scenic lagoon and is built under a grove of shady trees

This is a camp for the safari traditionalist to experience the Okavango

The surrounding area is a mass of reeds, which may be explored by mokoro (dug out canoe)

Gliding through pristine waterways and channels between palm-fringed islands, you can view the game and countless birds which flourish in the waterways.

All the big predators, and Buffalo, Giraffe, Zebra, Wildebeest can be seen. If you are lucky, some of the nocturnal animals such as Serval, Civet and Genet may be seen on night drives.

Over 400 bird species have been recorded in this area.


Rates 2010

Low Season 01 December - 31 March 2011
US$ 405 | € 271 per person per night sharing

Mid Season 01 April - 30 JUne 2010
US$ 450 | € 301 per person per night sharing

High Season 01 July - 31 Oct 2010
US$ 680 | € 454 per person per night sharing

No single supplement ~ valid all year~ minimum stay 3 nights.

Pom Pom closes annually between 1 December and 28 February


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is in six Meru safari tents with covered verandah and en suite shower and flushing toilet

Children over the age of 12 years are welcome

Includes: Fully inclusive of meals - accommodation and VAT

• game viewing in custom-built four wheel drive safari vehicles

• walking safaris

• mokoro excursions.

• Night drives in open 4x4 Land Rovers are also permitted

• fishing

Hippo and Crocodile are found in the deeper lagoons in the area.

Birding enthusiasts will enjoy sighting Pels Fishing Owl, African Fish Eagle, Giant Eagle Owl and White Backed Vultures


There is no electricity in the camp. Instead, paraffin lamps give a wonderfully warm atmosphere

There is a plunge pool, which is an ideal place to while away the hot midday hours

All the tents face a lagoon, which floods during June to November

The bathrooms are enclosed, but roofless - for a true bush experience - bathing under African skies

Meals are served around the campfire or in the main mess tent, which has a bar, dining area and lounge

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