Atzaró Okavango Camp to Open in Botswana

Nestled in the pristine wildlife-rich Okavango Delta, Atzaró Okavango Camp is set to become one of the world’s most remarkable safari lodges.

This ultra-luxury adventure camp, the latest venture from Ibiza’s Atzaró Group, is set within an expansive 1,100sqkm private concession, providing guests with an exclusive and personalised game viewing experience, free from the overcrowding often found in other safari destinations.

Atzaró Ovakango promises to be an unforgettable journey back in time, blending romantic glamour with unparalleled wildlife encounters and specially curated guest activities. Guests can expect a truly once-in-a-lifetime experience crafted from breathtaking surroundings combined with Atzaró’s acclaimed five-star hospitality.

Atzaró Okavango is situated by the Moremi Game Reserve, an area widely recognized as one of the most exclusive and wildlife-rich regions in all of Africa. The new camp offers an exclusive and unforgettable safari experience, featuring luxurious accommodations and unrivalled access to nature.

Atzaró Okavango Camp

The camp boasts twelve magnificent suites, including two private-use villas, each equipped with plunge pools and their own opulent “star beds” for stargazing while the sound of lions fills the night air. The interiors showcase Atzaró’s signature design, featuring parquet flooring, French mid-century furnishings, crisp linens, eclectic antiques, and stunning artwork. Every suite includes a private deck overlooking the majestic lagoon and wildlife-filled waterways. All of the accommodation is equipped with modern amenities of the highest quality, including air conditioning and heating for chilly mornings, high-speed Wi-Fi for connectivity, en-suite bathrooms, and beautiful outdoor brass bathtubs.

During their stay, guests will enjoy the finest in hospitality, with infused cocktails from the unique Palm Bar, an exquisite fine dining restaurant, a fire-lit boma, an African art gallery, a curated art shop, and a well-stocked wine cellar. The camp’s wellness offering includes a state-of-the-art gym and an indulgent spa and rejuvenation treatments. Guests can take part in sommelier-led wine tastings, elevating their dining experience, while the exotic tearoom serves the finest “high tea”. Cocktails and champagne can be enjoyed around the 20-meter-long pool adjacent to the lagoon, where hippos and elephants become constant companions.

Private game drives, community visits, guided safari hikes, stargazing, helicopter safaris, candlelit dinners by the lagoon, and dug-out mokoro canoe expeditions are just a taste of the activities available, providing guests with unforgettable and truly unique experiences.

Atzaró Okavango Camp

The Okavango Delta’s wildlife is diverse and abundant, thanks to its rich ecosystems and the Botswana Government’s vigilant efforts against poaching, and the protection provided by the World Heritage Foundation. The Delta sustains large concentrations of animals year-round, with seasonal and migratory variations. Careful management has made it one of the world’s most exclusive wildlife destinations.

Every aspect of a guest’s journey is meticulously handled by the Atzaró team, from itinerary planning to flights and personalised arrangements, as well as customised safari activities tailored to each guest, family, or couple. Atzaró Okavango has partnered with African Bush Camps, a renowned provider of extraordinary wildlife and safari experiences, ensuring only the purest local bush knowledge and guiding expertise drawn from all corners of Africa’s most pristine regions.

The camp’s experienced guides from African Bush Camps offer guests unrivalled sightings of elephants, hippopotamuses, lions, leopards, gazelles, cheetahs, impala and buffalo. In addition to the captivating wildlife found in the Okavango Delta, the guides from African Bush Camps at Atzaró Okavango Camp offer guests unparalleled opportunities to witness breathtaking sightings of elephants, hippopotamuses, lions, leopards, gazelles, cheetahs, and an array of magnificent birdlife.

Atzaró Okavango Camp

The camp is situated in an area where a dynamic seasonal shift of animals occurs between the arid and grassy regions surrounding the delta itself. During the wet season, large animals migrate from the delta to the lush grazing plains of its outer regions. As the winter months approach and the grazing fades, the water entices the wildlife back to the delta, and flocks of birds once again making it their home. The emerald season in November brings the birth of herds of new antelope and impala, a favourite time of the Camp’s owners when thousands of new foals dot the landscape, attracting large prides of big cats.

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Nick Walton

Nick Walton is a leading travel and lifestyle journalist, magazine editor, publisher, photographer, travel commentator, and media trainer, based in Hong Kong. He is also managing editor of Artemis Communications, the titles of which include Ultimate Encounters, Alpha Men Asia, and The Art of Business Travel.


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