Sip a gin and tonic on the teak deck as the suns sets over the Okavango Delta. As the campfire illuminates the evening sky, a herd of elephants stroll past your door. Back in your lofty Afro-Bedouin tent, you fall asleep knowing that tomorrow, your African adventure will continue to amaze you.
Sure, they're technically tents, but nothing about Abu Camp could be considered "roughing it." Each of the six units nestled under the shady canopy offers sumptuous furnishings and an en-suite shower and bath. Get to know your neighbors at the pool, or in the lounge, where a well-stocked bar awaits thirsty adventurers.
Speaking of neighbors, Abu Camp has some of the biggest. The resident elephants of this vast private reserve offer guests once-in-a-lifetime opportunities to observe and learn about these animals. Abu Camp is also home to myriad other wildlife, and you'll get a chance to see them all on game drives, night drives, guided walks, and mokoro (dugout canoe) safaris.