Mapula Lodge is a community based safari lodge located in the far north west of the Okavango Delta. The Okavango lodge offers comfortable rustic accommodation, and is well known for fantastic wild dog sightings. Water levels vary depending on the flood levels.
Mapula Lodge Introduction
Mapula Lodge is remote and secluded, offering visitors a raw experience of this undiscovered area of the Okavango Delta. The reasons to visit are endless. This is one of the wildest places in Botswana and the experiences had here are sure to stand out as some of the most memorable. The beauty of Botswana is its ever-strong attitude towards conservation. The people's love of the land and the knowledge of the area is astounding, which enhances the experience tenfold.
Mapula's location in the cradle of a private lagoon called 'Hippo Lagoon' takes it into a league of its own. A Mapula Lodge safari is set apart from the rest, with game and bird activity playing out on the doorstep and with no one else to share it with, it becomes a personal affair with the wild.
Mapula Lodge has a diverse range of safari activities on offer, appealing to all guest interests. A year-round water camp, the mokoro safaris are well enjoyed, while the private location of the camp offers walking safaris and night drives too.
- Situated in the north eastern section of the beautiful Okavango Delta.
- Mapula offers comfortable and affordable safari accommodation.
- Elephants are abundant in the area as well as buffalo and general game.
- Prolific birdlife
Mapula Lodge Game Viewing and Activities
The north eastern region of the Okavango Delta is remote and private and supports a huge variety of animal, plant and bird life. Elephants are abundant in the area as well as buffalo, giraffe, lion, leopard, cheetah, wild dog, hyena, jackal and a variety of antelope, including red lechwe. The birdlife is prolific and varied, ranging from water birds to shy forest dwellers. Mapula has permanent water all year round, hence offers a water safari experience, other activities include Day and night game drives with experienced guides as well as a tracker, mokoro (traditional dug out canoe) excursions, guided bush walks as well as cultural interaction at an authentic Okavango Delta village where the camp staff lives.