Baines' Camp

Boro River, neighbouring Moremi.

Baines' Camp, situated on a private concession in the Okavango Delta, is superb for game viewing and bird watching. The area is home to a wide variety of big game, including elephant, buffalo, giraffe, hippo, lion, leopard, cheetah and wild dog.

The 6 Suites eco-Camp, Sanctuary Baines' Camp, is the perfect combination of luxury, privacy and nature. This exclusive lodge is named after the famed nineteenth-century explorer and artist Thomas Baines. The elevated suites feature a spacious bedroom with softly draped fabrics adding the romantic touch of a bygone era. The four-poster beds are fully mobile and, for a magical night-time experience, can be rolled onto the private deck overlooking the shimmering waters of the Boro River. In addition, avid astronomers will delight in stargazing from the privacy of their own deck.

The main area features an oversize deck for outdoor dining and views over the permanent water of the lagoon. There is also a small infinity pool, perfect for cooling off in the heat of the day, comfortable sunbeds and two shady salas for relaxing under.


Guests may explore the area by land and water. Daily morning and evening game drives offer adventure into the wilds of the Okavango Delta and night drives are unique for discovering nocturnal species. During high water levels, game drives are combined with motorised boat excursions. The water paradise of the camp can be experienced at the gentle pace of a poled mokoro or faster in a comfortable shaded motorboat (subject to water levels). Walking safaris are a speciality at Baines, with skilled, armed guides introducing the small things that make up the area's complex ecology - the local plant life, insects, birds and smaller animals.

Why we like Baines Camp

Baines' Sanctuary Camp is a small, intimate, romantic camp offering spectacular game viewing on water or land.

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