Experience The Okavango.
With the selection of activities on offer, you are sure to have an unbelievable water and wildlife experience. The Okavango Delta is renowned for its abundance of wildlife and ensures an up close and personal experience with the amazing fauna and flora. Our location in the Northern Okavango Delta allows for both land and water activities.
Most activities are conducted by our experienced guides, we employ from the local community and this ensures all guides have an advantage of local knowledge of the area.
Feel free to engage with your guide at any time and ask as many questions as you like whilst on Safari. Nothing is too much trouble for our guides.
4×4 GAME DRIVES
Enjoy sightings of the varied wildlife the concession has to offer from the comfort of the open 4×4 off road game drive vehicle.
Stop along the way, with your experienced guide on a morning game drive, sip on a mug of “Game Ranger” coffee with a breakfast sandwich or toast the spectacular sunset with a gin and tonic and bar snacks.
MOKORO (DUGOUT CANOE)
A mokoro activity is an iconic Okavango Delta activity, you will be guided by your specialist guide poler into shallow waters where a boat cannot reach.
Glide silently through the reeds and water lily “fields” and observe the wonderful aquatic flora and fauna, the pods of hippos wallowing in the channels and other game along the water’s edge.
Boating through the water channels will provide access to the concession for game drives during the wet season or just enjoy a leisurely boat trip down the water channels.
Observe the spectacular aquatic birdlife, especially during the months of August and September. Sip on a sundowner while you drift down the channel whilst enjoying the scenery and game sightings.
ADOPT A BAOBAB
Join us on an educational activity to explore the world of the Baobab tree. These trees are being destroyed by the large numbers of elephant in the Okavango Delta. Some of these magnificent trees are 2000 years old.
We started the Adopt-A-Baobab initiative where we protect the iconic Baobabs with a special regenerative slurry that discourages elephants from eating this specific species of trees.
Botswana is a photographer’s dream destination! With spectacular scenery, amazing wildlife encounters and fascinating people this is the ideal location for a photographic safari. Jumbo Junction is ideally situated to offer you a unique photographic safari experience.
Our specialist wildlife photographer will guide you in getting the perfect shot!
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The Okavango Delta provides very enjoyable fishing between the months of March and September.
Try your hand at fishing for Tillapea from a mokoro, fly fishing for Tillapea and African Pike.
This is a unique way to discover the bush. Our experienced, armed guide will take you on a leisurely walk where time is spent observing the smaller details in the bush that one would normally miss on a game drive.
Bush walks are dependant on the weather and the terrain at the time.
HOT AIR BALLOON
The only hot air ballooning in the Delta. Take to the skies and watch the sun come up as you glide over the treetops. A balloon offers another perspective to game viewing with the chance of seeing large herds of buffalo and elephants as the balloon passes overhead.
Enjoy champagne and snacks with your pilot after landing.
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A visit to the local village affords you the rare opportunity to experience the cultural richness of the communities living in the Okavango Delta.
Experience daily life, from baking, tool making, fishing, the school and farming.
Experiencing the Okavango Delta from the comfort of a helicopter is a unique and exhilarating activity.
The photographic opportunities are incredible and you’ll spot many wildlife species are you explore the delta from a birds-eye view.
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Follow our stories from the Okavango Delta. Life in the African bush is exciting and there are always something interesting that takes place. Read about sightings, changes at camp, stories from the guides and feedback from our conservation partners on their wins to conserve the Okavango's habitat and beautiful wildlife.