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Okavango Delta

Botswana has given over a huge proportion of its land mass to nature conservation and the beating heart has to be the Okavango Delta.
This UNESCO world heritage site is fed by flood waters from the Angolan highlands and is some of the most pristine and unspoiled bushveld in the world.

The network of islands and channels is ever changing depending on the season and the water levels and is home to every photographic subject you could hope to capture.

We have hand-picked properties and operators who we work with, and trust, to offer our guests the best wildlife photography experience possible. Often other safari companies will try and convince you that’s necessary to do multiple destinations in The Delta, but we disagree. If you go to the right place for the right reasons at the right time of year staying on one spot is often more productive and certainly less tiring.

The Okavango Delta is a truly iconic photo destination and a fantastic combination if added to The Chobe and perhaps Madikwe and Cape Town in South Africa.

All our safaris that include the Okavango Delta


Botswana in Focus

Type: Photo Workshop
Where: Botswana
When: June – August 2020
Duration: 10 Days
Price from: USD6,550


Ultimate Pangolin Safari

Type: Bespoke Safari
Where: Zim, Botswana, S. Africa
When: All year round
Duration: 14-21 Days
Price from: USD6,500

Pangolin Places

Pangolin Chobe Hotel

Perched on a plateau overlooking The Chobe River and Caprivi Floodplains the Pangolin Chobe hotel is designed around a wildlife photography gallery. With only 14 rooms it is an intimate property and the base for our iconic photo safari experiences on water and land.

The Pangolin Voyager

Our floating lodge is actually moored on the Namibian side of the Chobe and is the perfect base for families and groups to charter on an exclusive basis. With 5 cabins the Pangolin Voyager can accommodate up to ten guests cruising along the Chobe River.

Chobe Mobile Camp

Nestled in the North Westerly region of the Chobe National Park our mobile camp makes use of private campsites deep in the bush. The camp can accommodate up to eight guests at a time and is hosted by a Pangolin Photo Host who is on hand to assist you.