Your footprint in Africa helps conserve the bio-diversity and create eco-tourism with benefits for the local population.
Our partners in Botswana’s Okavango Delta have been operating since 1983. They make a difference in maintaining the environment and help wildlife conservation by engaging the local communities.
By attending the We Are Africa conference in Cape Town we soon realised how our team makes a difference. In promoting, encouraging and bringing people to Africa, we help to conserve some of the world’s greatest treasures.
So what does the team at Indigo look for when tailoring a safari for you?
- Exclusive access to Africa’s best wildlife areas (excellent sightings, tracking the big 5 and so much more).
- Diverse landscapes (savannah- desert- rainforest – ocean)
- Private concessions as they offer exclusivity, comfort, and exceed by far the experiences of public access parks. Botswana is exceptional in that it offers low volume high value with some private concessions exceeding 100,000 hectares.
- Safari operators that own the infrastructure and manage the logistics of moving between camps.
- A selection of camps and lodges that cover the spectrum from high-end luxury to more affordable.
Our latest visits to Botswana included:
Comprises two premier camps with 14 suites in total. The camp is situated towards the centre of the Okavango Delta, allowing both land and water based safaris (mokoro) or motorised. Up close to elephant, hippos and alligators… amazing.
Kings Pool Camp
Named after Scandanavian royalty, Kings Pool overlooks the oxbow shape of the Kings Pool lagoon in the Linyanti wildlife reserve, situated between the Delta and Chobe National Park.
Kings Pool has 9 superb suites that overlook the reserve and out into the distant Namibian Caprivi Strip.
At Kings Pool camp there is outstanding game viewing with the largest elephants we have ever seen on safari.