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Camp X was the last place we stayed during our 2 week honeymoon in Africa. We were anxious about the ‘tent’ and small lodge feel- we considered this the ‘roughing it’ part of our trip- we couldn’t have been more wrong! The staff were so...More
My daughter and I stayed at Camp X for three nights! From the warm welcome to game drives to what seemed like unlimited food and drink we could not have been happier!
Kris manages a great group of helpful and happy staff! They could not...More
Response from walbots, Owner at Camp XakanaxaResponded 1 week ago
Dear Pam and Maisy
Thank you for your very kind and endearing review of your experience with us at Camp Xakanaxa. We are delighted that you enjoyed your stay with us and certainly understood that the anticipation for the trip which you had built up...More
I'd last visited Camp Xakanaxa over a decade ago with great memories -- so was delighted to find that it has only improved with time! The setting in the Okavango is just unbeatable: a tented camp with all the comfort and amenities of a luxury...More
we spent four days here as part of a group of friends. Compared to the previous five safaris that I have experienced this was undoubtedly the best. Situated in the Okavango Delta the countryside was significantly different to the open plains that I had seen...More
All the staff were friendly and is a great place to go for an all around great safari experience. CJ was an excellent guide who was enthusiastic and tells some great stories at the dinner table. No WIFI no problem! Great experience and would do...More
Response from mirike123 | Reviewed this property |
Layers take lots of layers because u will peel them off as the day progresses. The "bush babies" ( the hot water bottles) are fabulous. You must have gloves scarves, thermal singlet and then jumper and jacket and beanie. You... More
Layers take lots of layers because u will peel them off as the day progresses. The "bush babies" ( the hot water bottles) are fabulous. You must have gloves scarves, thermal singlet and then jumper and jacket and beanie. You just wear the same thing every day.... not a fashion parade. It gets very cold and the same for afternoon drives. You don't want enjoyment of viewing animals spoiled by your discomfort.Take a backpack that fits all these things with u in the jeep. Have fun.....