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New Sanctuary Chief’s Camp: In Pictures

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Newly reopened after being completely rebuilt, Sanctuary Chief’s Camp in Botswana’s Okavango Delta has been busy turning heads, with The Sunday Times calling it “the most luxurious safari camp in Africa”.

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The main lodge has had a sophisticated make-over with natural hues and materials that complement the surrounding scenery.

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Expansive decks overlook the captivating floodplains of the Okavango Delta, allowing guests to enjoy the abundant game-viewing on offer without even leaving the camp.

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The main lodge pool has been updated, allowing guests to relax and unwind between activities. Each room is also equipped with a private plunge pool for guests to enjoy.

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The brand new Geoffrey Kent Luxury Suite allows for the utmost privacy and exclusivity. Sleeping up to six guests, perks include your own vehicle and dedicated guide, as well as a personal chef, waiter and a housekeeper.

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The Geoffrey Kent Luxury Suite is also equipped with a private, open-air boma with firepit, perfect for those who wish to exchange stories with loved ones over a private G&T.

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Breakfast can be enjoyed al fresco at the main lodge, with a brand new menu accompanying the rebuild.

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Sanctuary Chief’s Camp has been rebuilt with one thing in mind: the surrounding scenery. This can be enjoyed from all areas, fitting perfectly with our motto “Luxury, Naturally”.

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The activities at the camp continue the feeling of excellence, offering mokoro rides through the narrow channels of the Delta, as well as game drives and scenic helicopter flights for those who wish to gain a birds-eye view of the Delta.

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 Book your stay at Sanctuary Chief’s Camp and discover for yourself why it’s been called the “most luxurious safari camp in Africa”.