This magnificent camp lies deep in the heart of the Okavango Delta
The spirit of Sanctuary Chief’s Camp
Surrounded by pristine wildlife and breath-taking views, Sanctuary Chief’s Camp is a wonderful safari retreat that successfully combines stylish accommodation with superb service. Enchanting bush pavilions boast beautiful en suite bathrooms, with indoor and al fresco showers, large bath tubs and floor to ceiling windows and folding glass doors, plunge pools, spacious sitting areas, air-conditioning, personal bars and private verandas. For the epitome of luxury, the 620 sqm Geoffrey Kent Luxury Suite can accommodate two to six guests. Ideal for those looking for the utmost privacy and comfort, the suite offers a private kitchen, personal chef and wait staff, indoor lounge, private boma with fire pit, secluded deck area, dedicated vehicle with its own guide, and a private housekeeper.
Overlooking the seasonal Piajio Channel, the guest area is under the shade of thatch and consists of a dining room, welcoming bar area, orientation room, fitness centre, children’s retreats, sitting room, reference library, indoor and outdoor dining areas, swimming pool and sundeck. Early morning and afternoon game drives, which are conducted in open vehicles, offer an excellent chance of viewing elephant, hippo, buffalo, lion, leopard and wild dog. Tamer adventures include birdwatching, seasonal mokoro (traditional dugout canoe) excursions and, for the romantic at heart, private bush dinners under starlit skies.
What we love about Sanctuary Chief’s Camp
Make sure you try the mouth-watering grilled beef involtini served with blueberry onion marmalade.
Indulge in a soothing massage in the tranquil treatment room.
Share a romantic dinner in the privacy of your own bush pavilion deck.
Big Five area with white rhino
Plan your stay
Talk to one of our expert Travel Specialists and let us tailormake your stay