Photographic Safaris – Award Winning Chiefs Island

Good afternoon everyone. We are slowly settling in the Okavango Delta. We will be based in and around the Moremi Game Reserve for our first part of our project. We also have put out 2 fantastic Photographic safaris on the Exclusive Chiefs Island. The award winning Chief’s Camp is located on Chief’s Island in the Mombo Concession of the world-renowned Moremi Game Reserve. This area is known as the ‘Predator Capital of Africa’ and is ideal for game viewing. The luxurious camp is ideal for an exciting Photographic Safari due to the vast numbers of animals that congregate all year round. Chief’s Island is one of the many islands created by the seasonal flood waters of the Okavango Delta and is well-known for the finest game viewing in Southern Africa.
As the predator capital of the world, the game viewing is awe-inspiring. But apart from its predators, the Moremi is also renowned for its large concentrations of plains-game, elephant and buffalo.
You will also no doubt see giraffe, impala and zebra. Endangered wild dog also make this area their home. Several lion prides as well as genet cats and hyena also live in abundance here. Like the rest of the Okavango Delta, the area is a paradise for bird lovers, with over 500 species.
Let us know if you are interested and we will forward you more details.
19-23 November 2015
24-28 November 2015
We will start writing regular blogs once we settled into our new base camp.
Here an unlucky impala escapes 7 wild dogs, jumped in a pool and swam across, only to be stopped by angry hippos, tossed around, but the story has a happy ending! Hippo & Wild-dogs 0 Impala 1!


3 thoughts on “Photographic Safaris – Award Winning Chiefs Island

    • Tempting Hannes, but we have just paid a deposit for Great Migration Photo Safari with David Lloyd in August …

  1. Hi Noa, Hannes, Hope you are well. Enjoy the Delta, I once stayed at Third Bridge. Enjou and stay well

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