Xigera Camp Wilderness Safaris
Xigera (pronounced Keejera) is a luxury tented camp in the Moremi Game Reserve
and is situated in the heart of the Okavango Delta. Xigera has something for
everyone in an area where there are no other Moremi camps. Permanent water all
year round allows one to enjoy an unparalleled variety of activities including
mokoro trips, game drives and powerboat outings in total privacy.
Enjoy a true Delta experience while you sit back in a mokoro (dugout canoe) and
silently glide through the wonders of the tranquil Okavango waterways observed
by a myriad Delta creatures. Watch the sunset and the birds gliding home to
roost from a motorboat on the Xigera Lagoon. Observe the wildlife and unique
Delta scenery from the comfort of a Land Rover or, for the adventurous, track
animals on foot. Or simply take in the beautiful sunrise from your comfortable
bed while sipping your morning tea or coffee.
Nestled in a magnificent riverine forest, Xigera consists of luxuriously furnished tented rooms with en-suite facilities and an outdoor shower. Each room is raised off the ground on a wooden deck offering a superb view of the seasonal floodplain and waterhole. Meals and evening drinks are enjoyed under the thatch of the raised lounge, pub and dining area overlooking a permanently flowing channel. A traditional African boma offers alternative dining under the African stars. Wooden walkways winding through the forest connect the rooms to the main living area. For those hot days there is a small plunge pool in which to cool off.
A feature unique to Xigera is the wooden footbridge connecting Xigera Island to the island next to it. Guests are often treated to close-up views of lion, hyena or leopard padding across the bridge as they move between islands. The camp "newspaper" (a sand pit built into the bridge to capture paw prints) is "read" each morning and provides information on unseen nightly visitors to camp. A paradise for avid birdwatchers, Xigera is home to the Pel's Fishing Owl, African Skimmer, Slaty Egret, Wattled Crane, Lesser Jacana and a host of eagles, vultures, raptors and kingfishers. It also boasts the highest density of the rare and elusive sitatunga antelope found anywhere in the Okavango Delta. When water levels permit, game drives are an attraction. During drier years, drives are available throughout the year, but if there has been a very high flood, drives take place only from late September to April.
Rates per person per night: on request
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