What is this safari about?
Comprising a three or four night stay at Nxamaseri Island Lodge, this safari offers a unique African fishing experience on an island in the permanent waters of the Okavango Delta.
The small, exclusive lodge has a distinguished fishing history and the area boasts a wide variety of fishing opportunities – with something to suit every fishing enthusiast. From March to November the area is a prime location for lure fishing for Tiger Fish, in summer the Barbel run is especially good and fly fishing enthusiasts will benefit from specialist guides who are always on hand to help. Another eight fish species can be caught in these waters making for some memorable experiences.
The lodge is located in indigenous forest, and has seven secluded double ensuite chalets and two tree houses, each with a private deck overlooking the water.
Who can go?
- Individuals, couples, families or small groups are all welcome.
- Travellers may be of any age.
Where is this?
The Nxamaseri Island Lodge is located on the western side of the Okavango Delta, in the panhandle. It is both easily accessible by road and by air with its own private airstrip and flights available from Maun.
What should I expect to pay?
The fully inclusive rate starts from USD $450 per person, per day, sharing and excludes alcoholic drinks. Special rates are available for groups of six guests or more and discounts are available for children.
What Extensions do you recommend?
For the fishing enthusiast, an extension to fish on the upper reaches of the Zambezi makes for a great addition to your journey.
For those that would like to get moving and view some big game, we recommend a mobile safari or stay at a lodge in Botswana. Namibian extensions are also available.
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