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      Located in the Vumbura River and Selinda Spillway ~ Okavango Delta

      Kadizora Camp is situated between the Vumbura River and Selinda Spillway. It lies in the remote northern part of the Okavango Delta over-looking a panoramic seasonal floodplain. Giant Marulas, Sycamore figs, Jackalberries and Rain trees provide a canopy of shade throughout the camp. The bar, lounge, reception and dining area form a horse-shoe shape around the sandy fire pit. From there, a decked walkway leads you to an inviting swimming pool with a view over the floodplain.

      The Camps accommodation consists of 8 luxury tents and x4 standard tents. The tents are spacious and furnished in a classic style ensuring that time between activities is spent relaxing comfortably. Kadizora is the only camp in the Okavango Delta to offer hot air ballooning. You have the option, of booking an early morning hot air balloon flight to soar over the Delta at sunrise and view game from above.

      Kadizora Camp also facilitates open vehicle safaris, walking safaris and boating. Mokoro (dug-out canoe) excursions provide a fabulous and traditional way to explore the meandering water channels. Float quietly amongst the water-lilies and experience a spectacular bird lovers’ paradise.

      There is the option to arrange a day trip to a traditional village. Visit the church, the clinic, local Primary school and meet family members of the camp staff. Fishing is available in season.

      Kadizora Camp truly offers the ultimate Okavango Delta experience, with a wide range of activities, a beautiful location, diverse wildlife and warm, local hospitality .


      12 Forest tents and 8 Valley tents

      The Camps accommodation consists of 8 luxury tents and x4 standard tents’ with either twin or a conversion to a double bed. Each tent is well-positioned for ultimate privacy and seclusion. All tents feature a luxurious en-suite bathroom and outdoor decking, with spectacular views for a true ‘out of Africa’ experience.



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      Rates at Kadizora Camp

      Please note that the prices below are in USD $

      TypeLOW SEASON

      (1st November 2017 – 30th April 2018 /
      1st November 2018 – 30th April 2019)


      (1st May 2018 – 31st October 2018)

      9 Luxury TentsUSD  $615 per person per night sharingUSD $885 per person per night sharing
      4 Standard TentsUSD $400 per person per night sharingUSD $550 per person per night sharing

      Single supplement – 30% of the per person rate in high season only, no surcharge for low season. Children under the age of 12 years – 50% of the per person sharing rate when sharing with two adults.

      Rate inclusions:
      Accommodation, all meals, select local drinks, soft drinks and waters, bed levies, park entrance fees, transfers to and from Kasane Airport for guests arriving or departing with scheduled flights only and two daily safari activities (morning boat cruise and afternoon game drive).

      Rate exclusions:
      Premium drinks, champagne, items of a personal nature & transfer for private charters

      A non-refundable 20% deposit is required to confirm any reservation. Full payment of the balance is due 14 days prior to guests arrival, unless the booking is made within 14 days, in which case full payment will be required to confirm the reservation.
      For all bookings cancelled between;

      • 60 and 30 days prior to arrival – 50% of the total amount will be due.
      • 29 and 15 days prior to arrival – 75% of the total amount will be due.
      • 14 and 0 days prior to arrival – 90% of the total amount will be due.

      CHILDREN; Children under the age of 12 are permitted on safari at the sole discretion of the manager or guide. Children under the age of 6 are not permitted on safari.
      The lodge reserves the right to restrict one night weekend or peak period bookings.


      Meru-style tents form the common area and open onto a central deck and fire pit.

      The bar at Kadizora Camp is on a raised deck with a panoramic view of the floodplain. Enjoy a picturesque Delta sunset, with your favourite sundowner, watching the colours intensify long after the sun has set.

      The inviting camp fire is the focal point from dawn to dusk, and it is the perfect place to chat about the day’s adventures.

      Tea / coffee facilities are available in the dining tent.


      The food at Kadizora Camp is of a high standard and fresh ingredients are used as far as possible to create a delicious and varied menu. You will never go hungry at our Camp as there is an abundance of food at each meal, not to mention high tea which is served every afternoon.

      Meal times are based around the activities and are either served outdoors on the decking area or in the warmth of the dining room.

      Dinner is a sociable affair, main courses are buffet-style, with plated starters and desserts. After dinner enjoy a drink around the camp fire listening to the cacophony of night sounds.

      Activities offered at Kadizora Camp

      Safari, water safaris, hot air ballooning and bush walks

      Air Ballooning

      This is the only area in the Okavango Delta to offer hot air ballooning. Your Hot Air Balloon Safari begins with an early morning departure from Kadizora Camp, driving through the floodplains to the balloon launch site. On this pre-dawn safari, you may be fortunate enough to see sightings of nocturnal wildlife. On arrival at the launch site, you will be served tea or coffee, while the balloon is being rigged and inflated ready for your flight. Hot air ballooning is available on request during the peak season for April – September.


      Game Drives in an open safari vehicle allows you to explore some of the varied vegetation this World Heritage site has to offer. Drive through semi-desert sands, dense Mopani woodlands and marshy floodplains. The area is home to a vast species of game including elephant, buffalo, lion, leopard, cheetah, wild dogs, hyena, giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, kudu, red letchwe, impala, honey badgers, hippos and crocodile, to name a few.

      Bush Walk

      On a bush walk, one would have the opportunity to observe the smaller things, such as fauna and flora, that one would not see on a game drive. Our knowledgeable guides will talk to you about animals tracks, bush skills and natural remedies used by the locals..

      Water Safaris

      Kadizora Camp is fortunate to have traditional mokoros (dug-out canoes) which glide through the Delta water channels and provide an opportunity to view the aquatic wildlife from a close vantage point. The crystal, clear waters are filtered by large papyrus reed beds and is clean enough to drink.

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