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Nestled deep in the heart of Botswana’s game-rich Okavango Delta, with sweeping views opening up onto a seasonal lagoon, this light and airy camp enjoys luxurious solitude on its own Delta island, within an exclusive 90,500-hectare (223,630-acre) wildlife concession. &Beyond Xaranna Okavango Delta Camp features just nine ensuite safari tents that luxuriously combine canvas, soft drapes and bleached timber. Revel in suite’s exclusive romantic outdoor sala, private plunge pool, indoor bathtub and al fresco shower. The overall atmosphere of the camp is cool, light and airy, in keeping with the gentle beauty of its environment. Taking inspiration from the Okavango Delta’s profusion of water lilies, the camp’s pastel colour tones are a delicate spectrum of olive greens, lily pinks and a chic yellow hue.
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Sunita J wrote a review Sept 2022
New York
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
They are nuts!!!!!!!! This was our 4th andBeyond experience and I am afraid this was the best of them all. (The other lodges please don't hold this against us. You were also andbeyond.)

We haven't experienced such personalized hospitality in the past. The credit goes to the lodge manager Yolanda. andBeyond's culture is about creating very personal and luxurious experiences for their guests, but Yolanda has taken it to the next level with breeding a team of individuals who go above and beyond at every step. Nothing is ever too much to ask for. From driving you 2 hours each way to spot a Rhino so that I can complete my list of spotting all big fives, to making sure that our tent will not be visited by lizards/geckos during our stay! (Yes, I'm afraid of them and and its laughable. I'm in their territory after all).

My husband and I celebrated my 60th birthday there. It was day full of surprises. A beautiful surprise bush breakfast in the morning, a surprise sun downer and an incredible surprise dinner with the whole team singing HB. Was very emotional. Best birthday ever!

Thank you so very much,
Yolanda (General manager), Thabo and Moses (Assistant managers), Action and Atty (Ranger and Tracker, and our best buddies who love to laugh), Oli (the greatest hostess/butler), KB (Tent caretaker and my hero who managed to keep the geckos out for me), the wonderful chefs who spiced things up for our Indian Palate and the entire extended team. Anywhere through our travels we've never come across individuals like yourselves who pride themselves as much as you all do in doing what you do for your guests. We are spoilt forever. It'll be hard to match your hospitality elsewhere. Needless to say our time in the delta with all of you is going to stay with us forever...
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Date of stay: August 2022
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Frank Golden wrote a review Sept 2022
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My family & I spent 3 nights & 4 days here. The experience was one that we will never forget from the moment we arrived. Yolande leads an incredible team of folks there that are professional, kind & genuine.

Dianah was our waitress and remembered all of our orders, had different beautiful table settings for us each night, and always went above & beyond.

King & Amos were our guides and were a dynamic duo. Not only are the extremely knowledgeable and helped us see EVERYTHING on our list, but they’re just great people to hang with, learn from, and share our cultures with. Leopards, Lion cubs, Cheetah, Cervals, you name it - we saw it.

Last but not least, the food was INCREDIBLE, the best we’ve had in Africa so far. Chef L & his staff delivered meal after meal that was amazing. Delicious breakfasts, tapas style lunches, and decadent dinners.

Thabo, Chumbi and others also helped ensure we felt safe and comfortable. They even ran a tub for us the last night and delivered champagne without us asking.

We also HIGHLY recommend the massages. They were the best we’ve had in Africa and they do it in the comfort of your room.

Overall this trip was 10/10. The location, the staff, the adventure, the sunsets were a dream.

I would highly recommend this trip & hotel to any and all looking to experience the bush with luxury accommodations.

Thank you thank you thank you Xaranna &Beyond staff. When you’re in NY, you have a family of guides ready to welcome ya & show you the concrete jungle.

<3 the Goldens
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Date of stay: September 2022
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Tracie W wrote a review Apr 2024
Birmingham, United Kingdom
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We’ve been back from the fabulous Xaranna Camp for a couple of weeks now, and deliberately chose to hold off writing a review to be sure of our thoughts.

Upon arrival we were treated by the team and shown to our tented home for 4 nights. We chose to spend 5 days so we could make full use of the facilities and immerse ourselves in the Okavango bush.

I’ll start with the tent, this was extremely comfortable, we spent time in between game drives lounging around inside and out, overlooking the watering hole and watching all of the animals come for a bathe. The rainfall in Angola had not reached the Delta yet, but we were aware of this when booking the camp.

The food was just amazing, everything was so fresh and the preparation far exceeded our expectations. Unfortunately I had picked up a bug from Cape Town, but the team adapted the menu and were very thoughtful throughout.

The game drives were just the absolute highlight, we were fortunate enough to be on our own with King and Johnson. We went on every drive, and when we were lounging around on the communal deck with a book we were invited to an impromptu look at some wild dogs that were in the camp. We then followed in the game vehicle for 1.5 hrs and witnessed a kill, it was so fascinating to see the wild dogs track and hunt, with King predicting their every move perfectly.

Every game drive we were spoiled with drinks and snacks, they were perfect and a brief rest from the sightings, nothing was too much trouble, never.

On the last evening, we were surprised with a camp lit up by fairy lights when we returned from the game drive. We had a braai all to ourselves and the service was genuine, attentive and just perfect. The team ended the evening with some local songs and the genuine hospitality was clear to see, we both had a tear in our eyes to think that this trip was coming to an end.

Our journey out of the camp followed the presentation of a hand made Birthday cake, along with Happy Birthday song from all of the team.

Overall, we have been on many safaris from the Okavango, South Africa and there is just something special about Xaranna that stands out from them all. The genuine hospitality, the passion for wildlife, the game drives, food, cleanliness of the camp, the location - all were spot on. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for making this trip a dream come true; Ashleigh, King, Johnson, Moses, Ona and Onty you are all so very special.

We left as we came by helicopter, we will absolutely be back…
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Date of stay: April 2024
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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JimInNWDC wrote a review Jul 2022
Washington DC, District of Columbia
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Can't recommend this place highly enough. The facilities are beautiful and well designed - upkeep must have been very expensive during the pandemic and they did a great job of it. The staff are friendly, helpful, and outgoing. I would single out Judy in the restaurant, our driver King, and our guide Amos as going the extra mile to make our trip enjoyable, but everyone from the chefs to the housekeeping staff was just great. The meals - especially multi course dinners and even lunches - would be impressive in a city restaurant, but out in the middle of the Delta are just so impressive. I've done safari trips in a few countries around Southern and Eastern Africa and this was the best lodge experience I've had.
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Date of stay: July 2022
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JGajjar wrote a review Sept 2022
Brooklyn, New York
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Just out of the world hospitality ! It exceed all expectations. This was our 5th time with &Beyond in Africa and the best ever so far. There are no words to describe the level of training given to members of each staff from guides to butler and guides by resident lodge manager who was outstanding. The made my wife’s 60th unbelievably festive and unforgettable forever. Thank you &Beyond for making my wife’s 50th and now 60th soooo special and unforgettable. We are so thankful for everything.
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Date of stay: August 2022
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Maria D wrote a review Dec 2023
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed four wonderful nights in Xaranna and experienced a different safari vibe from our previous safari in Kruger (which was also great) but somehow Botswana is a calmer environment and to me it was how the world is meant to be when you see the animals in such a beautiful setting.
Xaranna staff take excellent care of their guests. The accommodations are lovely and the food is excellent. The game drives are outstanding and the guides and tracker top notch. Perfect in every way,
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Date of stay: November 2023Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: We had wonderful weather while at Xaranna and can only recommend it highly.
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Dream817438 wrote a review Apr 2023
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dear And Beyond: Thank you again for a fantastic vacation. My wife and I would like to leave an absolutely outstanding review for And Beyond. Our recent trip to South Africa, the Sabi sands park specifically the lions Sands lodge, and the Delta Camp in Botswana was awesome. Our guides and the camp staff were the best! Everything that and beyond did made our trip extra special. They even helped us recover a lost cell phone. We had an unbelievable visit to Cape Town and subsequently to the game reserves. And beyond, and its staff were instrumental in making our vacation one of the best vacations we have ever had. I can’t recommend a better travel company when visiting South Africa. We are anxious to use And Beyond the next time we travel.
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Date of stay: March 2023
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Brigitte B wrote a review Feb 2020
Menthon-Saint-Bernard, France
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We did 3 & Beyond camps in Botswana and they were all great.
However Xaranna stood out for us. The staff were outstanding, from the passion of the wild life to the super meals we had.
We felt really well looked after and saw some amazing game . We have done a few game parks across Africa before and for us this was by far the best game experience we had.
Our game ranger Thuso and his tracker Johnson were outstanding. We saw everything we had dreamed of and on top of that their passion, knowledge and sense of humor made each outing a pleasurable event.
I would really recommend doing the 3 & beyond camps we did , each was different but creating one great experience across Botswana . We went to Savute under canvas, Nxabega and Xaranna.
The highlight was the tracking of the wild dogs.. We had amazing game viewing in general under great conditions and what fantastic scenery
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Date of stay: February 2020
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Bondsammax wrote a review Jun 2016
NE US
3.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed 2 nights here with mixed feelings. Our guide Twaolo and tracker Action were excellent and super pleasant. At meals Dianah was also a standout. It is a good place to feel how the ecology changes with the arrival of all the water from Angola. We did have 2 game drives that pretty much showed us the ecology. On the last day we did see a leopard. There were 2 water “safaris”. It was relaxing to be on the water and be able to see the water up close and watch the animals (quite a few) on the banks and hippos in the water. It was also nice to see hippos out of the water several times. We took a 30-min helicopter ride. It was expensive, but fabulous. The food was a work in progress and not as good as at other &Beyond camps in the delta area (Nxabega
was the best). The room was nice and had good water front views and views of the sunrise. What follows are comments about our stay at 3 lodges in Botswana.

We stayed at 3 &Beyond properties in Botswana in May. We chose &Beyond because we have had excellent experiences in 3 of their lodges in South Africa previously. We thought they had provided 1) super friendly and attentive staff, 2) excellent food, and 3) high quality rangers and trackers. Our experience in the 3 Botswana lodges did not meet expectations based on our previous stays. The 3 lodges varied greatly in the 3 qualities we had come to expect from &Beyond. Only 1 lodge (Nxabega) had outstanding food. Given the remoteness of the lodges compared to those in South Africa we had expected that their food would not be as good, but if 1 lodge could do excellent food then the others should have been able to as well. The quality of breakfast before and after the game drives varied widely with 1 lodge only offering cold toast and juice, while others had fresh-baked breakfast bread & warm treats. Other than at Boma nights the food portions at dinner were small at 2 lodges. For example at all lodges soup bowls were delivered at best 1/3 full- unfortunate because we have found that the soups are really delicious.

Only 1 lodge (Sandibe) had attentive staff at all levels of service. At the other lodges we rarely interacted with our butler, while at Sandibe our butler TT was constantly being helpful and making the experience outstanding. While individual people at each lodge stood out, it was only at Sandibe that the team effort stood out. It was also nice that they tried to make sure to have the wines we liked at the last 2 lodges based on what we tended to drink at Sandibe.

At both Sandibe and Xaranna our guides and trackers were engaging and seemed to really enjoy our company. The Guide and tracker at Nxabega initially did not appear as interested in what they were doing as at the other lodges. But by the end of the 2-day stay were quite friendly. As expected the game viewing at Sandibe was the best, but each of the 3 lodges did have some highlights on most of the drives. The guide and Tracker at Xaranna were friendly, but they made the mistake of driving us through burnt out, and still burning, sections of the reserve for a long time forcing us to inhale smoke and feel nasty. This would have been interesting if done for a shorter time and if we were educated about the causes and consequences of all the fires we saw in the air as we moved between camps.

At this price point the bar for satisfaction is high and one expects everything to be done wonderfully. All told everything was quite good and we enjoyed aspects of all of our stays at the camps, but it was not the 5 star experience we had come to expect from our previous 3 &Beyond camps. Management at the 3 properties and corporate oversight is responsible for the mixed quality of our stays in these &Beyond camps. The variability in the quality of service, the food, the guides and issues with respect to the rooms themselves (such as no much-needed mosquito nets at Nxabega in spite of many Trip Advisor reviews commenting on this) at these 3 &Beyond properties was a bit disappointing.

However, at all 3 lodges it was clear that staff from management and other lodges were visiting the properties. In fact, the above comments were shared with regional management at &Beyond. They were quite responsive to our comments. It is clear that &Beyond prides themselves on good service and I believe management listened to our point of view. In fact, one of the “guests” at Xaranna was going to be the new chef at Sandibe- hopefully he can elevate the food to the level of Nxabega.

The okavanga delta is well worth seeing and staying at both a dry camp such as Sandibe and a wet camp such as Nxabega is a good plan.
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Date of stay: May 2016Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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spiritofthesun wrote a review May 2013
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Having stayed at several of the 'andBeyond' camps we can vouch for the fact that they are known for exceptional quality in stunning surroundings, incredible food, decor and attention to detail and the friendliest and best-trained staff we have encountered. So we had high expectations and I'm delighted to say that we these were surpassed during our 5 night stay in late April. Xaranna is like a symphony - everything comes together in a perfect blend of comfort without compromise, luxury without formality and a wholehearted genuine love of treating every guest like the most important person who has ever crossed the threshold. Surprisingly, it is also a great destination for children. Despite the welcome lack of TV and other distractions (mind you, there is wi-fi available), the kids were kept happy messing about in boats, fishing, being poled about in mokoros and exciting game drives. The food is something to experience - more so considering the remoteness of this lodge in its massive expanse of private wilderness. We tasted culinary delights from around the globe, each meal better than the previous one. The staff are unbelievable, remembering names and preferences like true professionals, and some of our most touching memories are of their amazing voices when they sang for us on several occasions, including the Botswana national anthem. Stuff to touch the soul. And the SETTING! From the magnificent sunsets to the spectacular rising of a pink full moon over waterlily-strewn waters, dry bush and cool seeping Delta streams, birdsong and lion calls, fantastically photogenic landscapes full of termite mounds and towering trees.. it is nothing short of miraculous. Elephants calmly eating water lily roots near our boat and lions strolling through camp early one morning were a couple of the many highlights - more so when our excellent tracker found evidence of four lions swimming the channel close to camp later that morning and we spent almost an hour tailing them as they carried on stalking prey completely unconcerned by our proximity (a few metres!). The Okavango, Xaranna and her passionate caretakers have stolen a piece of my heart and I'm not ashamed to say that I cried when I left - it's that special. I pray I'll have the chance to return.
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Date of stay: April 2013
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Tent 1 has the best / closest water view but the others have stunning views as well, of the...
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Answer from DEGSEA
Seattle, Washington560 contributions116 helpful votes
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Answer from Andrew R
Hi Marion W Yes, the tents are air-conditioned and hair-dryers are provided in the rooms. Power in the camp is largely provided by a solar plant, so friendly to the environment!
Emma_N68 asked a question May 2017
Market Bosworth, United Kingdom2,417 contributions210 helpful votes
What plugs do the power points in the rooms use? We are coming from the UK, thanks.
Answer from Paul S
London, United Kingdom102 contributions81 helpful votes
South African power points Both the tree and two point versions. Google will show you pics of both types If you have a multi travel adaptor you'll be fine It's an amazing place and hope you have a great time there
Answer from nymira
New York51 contributions78 helpful votes
My answers are based on my visit to Botswana, which was during the first week of the year in 2016. I hope that you find this helpful. 1) In January 2016, Botswana was having a drought - we arrived expecting rain, but we experienced almost none. That said, the lodges were fully prepared for rain, and I would not let the possibility of rain stop me from visiting in January. Rain is better than the dry heat that we experienced: it hit 44 degrees, which made us grateful for the aircon in our room at Xaranna, and extrs-grateful for our small private pool and outdoor shower. 2) Even if there is some humidity, you'll be comfortable in your room thanks to the aircon, and during game-drives you will be in the shade (the vehicles are covered, with open sides). The camp itself is beautifully designed: the public spaces have open walls. They are naturally breezy, with lots of shade, and perfect views of the water where elephants come to drink, swim, and play. 3) Unless something has changed dramatically in the past 11 months, without making explicit promises (because it's not a zoo) you are highly likely to see the Big 5 at Xaranna. We saw mama and baby rhino on our first drive, and after that we saw so many cats that we stopped counting them. That said, if you want to see the big 5, you should plan to stay at Xaranna for at least 2 nights, which is standard. This will give you time for 4 game drives, which is enough time for the guides and trackers should be able to find just about everything you're hoping to see. If you have just three drives, there's still a great chance of seeing everything (if "everything" is the "big 5"). But with fewer than 3 drives, you're not giving yourself (and your professional guide and tracker) the best chance of finding everything for you. 4) I have only been to Botswana once, in January, and for me it was fine - certainly, the "shoulder season" prices make it more affordable than at some other times. At the same time, the extreme temperatures that are typical in October, November, and December make me happy to take my chances with some potential January rain. I would absolutely visit in January again, and I would love to visit Xaranna again in general. I had a wonderful time. Also, we have some unfinished business. Xaranna is famous for its traditional hand-carved mokoro (dugout canoes) - and during our visit we didn't get to ride in one because there was not enough water to float a boat near the dock during our visit to the Delta in early 2016. So, I would like to return (probably in January 2018) to see the Okavango Delta as a wetland. I would also like to see Xaranna's animals when they are not experiencing a drought, as I hope they will get plenty of water in the next year or two. If you do visit Botswana (and Xaranna) I hope you enjoy your holiday.
crashlehcar84 asked a question May 2016
Martin, MI133 contributions62 helpful votes
Does anyone know what the prices are for massages?
Answer from Alison S
Benoni, South Africa86 contributions73 helpful votes
Sorry didn't have a massage,
Maria D wrote a tip Dec 2023
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
"We had wonderful weather while at Xaranna and can only recommend it highly."
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dhontour2016 wrote a tip Sept 2019
Staffordshire, United Kingdom120 contributions67 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Choice one the Main Lodge, to avoid the Elephants strolling through when you&#39;re returning to your Room"
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MyTime wrote a tip Sept 2019
London, United Kingdom21 contributions38 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
"Only book if you know there is water, and take your own food"
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Olivier F wrote a tip Apr 2019
Lausanne, Switzerland58 contributions26 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Don&#39;t take room number 7 as there is little noise from the deep well."
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RSSUK wrote a tip Nov 2018
Bray on Thames, United Kingdom64 contributions154 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Tent/room 2 is in an excellent location, overlooking the channel"
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9
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Which popular attractions are close to Andbeyond Xaranna Okavango Delta Camp?
Nearby attractions include Moremi Wildlife Reserve (7.5 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Andbeyond Xaranna Okavango Delta Camp?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
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Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Andbeyond Xaranna Okavango Delta Camp?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and a sauna during their stay.
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