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Luxuscamp with elephants Okavango Delta
- Recommended hotel
- Other stay
- November 2011
The Abu camp is located in the south-east of the Okavango Delta in Botswana, West of the city Maun right on the edge of the Deltas built, that is to say the water enough until almost to the camp over. The special and unique about this camp is the own tame Elefantenherde ( altogether 5 animals), the visitor permit really close by and in some of them as a part of a safari to horse riding. The origin of the famous elephant 'Abu', whose story and the other Elephants at the best also on the homepage of the camps (just ... after 'Abu camp Botswana' surf google) in short form can be read and already fascinating are. The camp is a small very luxurious and informal complex. All building in the camp in the style of tents built, that is to say wood constructions with Zeltdächern. That may now not really luxurious listen. At the best one one goes also on the homepage of the Abu camps and look out the pictures at. There are only 6 bungalows for ever 2 persons, so that a maximum of 12 guests at the same time can be present, which is a very private atmosphere and very personal care through the camp staff ensures. We had a stay from 3 days and included with our age, to the recent guests ( at that point in time were altogether only 6 guests present). The average age is about 40 +, which for certain at the prices is, the very high-luxurious even. The guests even were international (mainly visitors from the United States, Britain, Germany, France and Switzerland), so that the common language was English. The service spectrum the lodge includes' all inclusive', which means all meal times, almost all alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages no matter what time, the game drives, Bushwalks, Elefantenritte, etc. You can only this option book, which we used however as very helpful felt, because 'annoying' extra charges no longer apply.