This private concession of the Okavango Delta lies in the Southwest region and is approximately 180,000 Hectares in size with just 3 camps. Visitor numbers are restricted to just 48 at any one time between those camps giving a very favourable visitor density ratio. This epitomizes why safari in Botswana is sought after, for these exclusive free roaming areas of pristine wilderness.
Being this far south means that even in the full flood of the Delta all 3 camps are able to offer a great mix of land and water based activities which we feel is hugely important to the overall experience of safari in the Okavango. It does however mean that once the flood water recedes, there can be a reduction in the quality of the wet safari activities namely Mokoro and motor boat safari.
The game viewing is pretty reliable all year round though as with everywhere there are peaks and troughs. The 3 camps of Abu, Macatoo and Seba all have very particular focusses which dramatically help with any shortfall in traditional game viewing expectations. General plains game and woodland or forest species remain good all year round with predator numbers perhaps being more prolific in the concession further north and east of Abu. We therefore recommend the Abu concession be combined with another location in Botswana to balance the experience.