The most untouched, game-rich and remote wildlife destination in Africa.
There are very few places in the world that can offer a wilderness experience like Chief’s Island. This prime patch of paradise in the middle of the Okavango Delta is dense with wildlife, including one of the largest remaining populations of elephants and hippos in Africa. Part of the Moremi Game Reserve and the biggest island in the delta, Chief’s Island acts as a refuge for many animals and birds during the annual Okavango flood.
Life on safari has a rhythm of its own, largely dictated by the animal's movements. Generally, the most rewarding times for game viewing is in the cooler early mornings and also late in the afternoons when the animals are most active.
A typical day on safari will vary depending on the camp you’re staying at, but will include early morning and late afternoon game drives, with time during the hottest part of the day to relax in camp.