Pelo Camp is situated in the Jao Concession on the Moremi Game Reserve of Botswana and comprises of five ec-friendly tents, offering beautiful views of the area. The camp is ideal for bird enthusiasts.
Pelo Camp Highlights
‘Pelo’ means heart, which derives from the shape of the island where Pelo Camp is located on. Pelo Camp is also situated in the heart of the Okavango Delta, which makes it to be a suitable name for the camp. The camp is completely eco-friendly, and is an ideal destination for an adventurous guest.
- Pelo Camp is situated in the Jao Concession on the Moremi Game Reserve boundary.
- The camp consists of five spaciously, eco-friendly tents.
- ‘Pelo’ means heart, which derives from the shape of the island where Pelo Camp is located on
- Popular wildlife to spot at Pelo Camp includes sitatunga and red lechwe.
Pelo Camp Game Viewing and Activities
Activities to enjoy at Pelo Camp include the traditional mokoro excursions in the open (dug-out canoeing), boating and walking safaris. Popular wildlife to spot at Pelo Camp includes sitatunga and red lechwe. Birdlife in the area is abundant where guests can spot Pel’s fishing-owl, African pygmy-goose, western banded snake-eagle and more. The Okavango Delta is rich with wildlife; however the concentrations depend entirely on the water flow, volumes and seasons.
The Ngwesi River Houseboat on the Okavango Delta, named after the feisty Tiger fish found in abundance in the Delta, is moored in Shakawe at Drotsky’s Cabins from where it operates. The Ngwesi Houseboat, consists of an upper and lower deck, and is headed by a licensed Skipper and trained staff.
Makgadigadi and Delta Iconic Safari
This premier 7-night safari explores the desert-like area of the Makgadikgadi Pans, the water wilderness that is the Okavango Delta and the game-rich Moremi Game Reserve. Guests will experience the thrill of flying over these breath-taking wilderness areas via light aircraft transfer.