Is the Sitatunga Private Island for Me?
Sitatunga Private Island opened mid-July 2023 in Botswana’s Okavango Delta. Built on a raised, wrap-around railway sleeper private deck using entirely recycled materials, Sitatunga Private Island can accommodate up to eight guests as part of Great Plains Conservation’s latest Okavango Delta water-based Réserve-Collection Safari Camp.
Sitatunga Private Island is an extraordinary place. It is a private island and is one of the few locations where one can still see the rare aquatic antelope from camp and by boat, which is the main activity here in addition to walking and occasional safari drives.
It is deep in the Okavango Delta and, as such, is rich in birding. Head out on a boat to view elephants, crocodiles, and hippos all day, every day.
The exquisite Réserve level camp is pushing the eco-design boundary in a remote region in Botswana whilst also offering the highest level of hospitality and accommodation with incredible activities to enjoy in the wilderness.
Sitatunga Private Island, entirely surrounded by water, has a blue theme. This is barefoot luxury, but not far from the crocodiles and hippos in the deep reed-bed-lined channels of one of the greatest rivers on Earth.