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Pangolin Khwai Camp Photography

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A photo-centric camp previously called Pangolin Khwai Camp
Khwai ConcessionBotswana· 7 Rooms · £££

On one of the Northern fingers of the Delta

Perfect for photographers, the camp has a dedicated area set aside for editing and a maximum of four clients per vehicle on game drives.

The Pangolin Khwai Camp is on one of the Northern fingers of the Okavango Delta. To get to the camp, you can fly directly from Chobe on a private charter which takes approximately 1 ½ hours, or in under an hour to Maun airport which is a fantastic hub for onwards travel. Pair this Khwai camp with the Pangolin Voyager Houseboat for a unique experience on the Zambezi and Chobe Rivers on your safari.

The heart of Pangolin Khwai Camp is the dining, lounge and editing area which sits in the middle of the camp with raised boardwalks extending either side to the tents. Guests are encouraged to spend plenty of time in this area either relaxing, reading, or chatting around the campfire with fellow travellers. All the meals are served around one long table, and there is a well-stocked bar for you to help yourself to during your stay. As a photo-centric camp they have a dedicated area set aside for the purposes of editing. This comprises of a large table around which all 12 guests can sit, as well as plenty of plug points for charging laptops and batteries, and a large screen on which to do presentations and workshops. The Pangolin Khwai Camp has a total of seven Meru style tents, so the camp sleeps up to 12 people. All the tents are well spaced apart, and approximately 24m² in size. In front, each tent has a small private deck with beautiful views over the grasslands in front of the camp. The tents have a good electricity supply and hot running water, all solar-powered.

The Pangolin Khwai Camp offers both water and land-based activities. On the reserve there is a seasonal mokoro station from where you will depart on the most iconic Delta experience – punting through the channels of the Okavango in a traditional dug-out canoe (mokoro). Please note that the mokoro activity is only available when the water levels are at their fullest – generally from April through to October.

For the game drives they have three photo adapted game viewers in the camp. With a maximum of 12 clients in camp at any one time, this means a maximum of four clients per vehicle on all game drives, leaving plenty of room for kit and manoeuvrability. Having just four people normally attracts a private vehicle surcharge at many of the other camps in the area making this a huge plus for choosing Pangolin.

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