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Kanana is a luxury tented camp deep in the Okavango Delta , famous for offering the finest safaris in Botswana . Kanana is situated on a string of islands adjacent to the Moremi Game Reserve. Immersed between knobthorn acacias, jackalberry and sausage trees, Kanana comprises raised teak decks above the floodplains of the Xadum River. Kanana is the Setswana word for ‘paradise’, and that is exactly what this camp is: a wild paradise in the heart of the Okavango Delta. There are only eight spacious luxury tents, keeping the number of guests that are able to visit the camp at any certain time very low. Even on game drives, only four guests are allowed to go on the game viewer at a time.
The eight luxury tents consist of seven twin or double bed tents and one family tent. The airy tents each feature an en suite bathroom complete with cold and hot running water, a shower, and a flush toilet. In front of each tent, there is shaded deck with wooden chairs, providing guests with private views across the delta. At night, the tents all get some pleasant treats in the form of home-made biscuits and whiskey in a decanter. The tents are cleverly spaced, allowing everyone privacy while still not being too far away from the main camp. There is also the option of the Sleep Out Deck; a double-level timber platform 15 minutes’ drive from camp where guests can enjoy a night under the starry African sky. An armed ranger sleeps close by to protect guests from roaming wildlife. All meals are inclusive at Kanana and served by enthusiastic staff.
There are a number of ways to enjoy the surrounding environment with all its natural splendor. Expert guides conduct morning and evening game drives in open 4x4 vehicles that allow for first-class game viewing. Guided bush walks bring guests even closer to the wild animals, while an armed ranger keeps guests safe. Kanana is conveniently situated close to one of the largest heronries in the Okavango Delta, which can be reached in 40 minutes by boat, permitting there is enough water. The heronry is home to vast numbers of pink-backed pelicans, yellow-billed and marabou storks, and many other bird species. The most tranquil way to enjoy the delta is in a mokoro, gliding through the pristine natural environment.