Okuti

xakanaxa, botswana

From $500/ night
  • bedding
  • bedside lighting
  • community pool
  • patio / deck
  • restaurant
  • boating
  • guided tours
  • safari tours
  • swimming
  • Rates are all-inclusive of meals.
  • Camp chef
  • Shared dining area
  • Water bottles
  • Reservation and Cancellation Policy

    Contact for information on policies.

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This delightful camp lies alongside the Maunachira River which flows through Xakanaxa Lagoon within the world renowned Moremi Game Reserve. Okuti is built amidst the wilderness of one of Botswana’s prime game-viewing regions.

Okuti

Glamping Types

  • Huts & Cottages

Great For

  • couples
  • families
  • small groups
  • solo travelers

Setting

  • eco-reserve
  • river / stream
  • safari

Total Accommodations

  • 7

Minimum Night Stay

  • N/A

Best time to visit

Open: March–January

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Accommodations

  • Masasas

    From $500/night
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  • Amenities
    • bedding
    • bedside lighting
    • community pool
    • patio / deck
    • restaurant
  • Experiences
    • boating
    • guided tours
    • safari tours
    • swimming
  • Dining Options
    • Rates are all-inclusive of meals.
    • Camp chef
    • Shared dining area
    • Water bottles
  • Policies
    • Reservation and Cancellation Policy

      Contact for information on policies.

  • Location

    How Do I Get There?

    View Google Maps

Inside Scoop

  • Meals at Okuti are all-inclusive with bookings. The food is excellent and a diverse menu will certainly please travelers with varying tastes. Water bottles are provided which can be replenished from the main area in camp.

  • Situated in the heart of the world-renowned Moremi Game Reserve, guests can experience unhindered views in specially designed safari vehicles. Moremi Game Reserve is rich in wildlife, and its consistent year-round game viewing makes it ideal for first-time visitors to Botswana. Guests can also explore the Okavango Delta waterways by motorboat, and the area's open lagoons and winding channels make it a birder’s paradise, complete with herons and storks in breeding season.