Geting to Eagle Island Camp, Chiefs Island, Okavango Delta
Eagle Island Camp at Xaxaba is a water based camp situated in the Central Okavango Delta. A canopy of indigenous trees, a cool retreat from the African sun, shades the camp. This is one of the Delta's most pristine natural locations - a myriad of waterways, palm-treed islands and vast African safari flood plains.
Situated on Chief's Island, Eagle Island consists of 12 reed-built twin-bedded chalets, with en-suite facilities. It has a plunge pool and 2 bars, one of which is beautifully located overlooking the Delta. Eagle Island Camp at Xaxaba is ideal for bird watching and trips through this fascinating water world are available by motorboat or mokoro.
How To Get There
Eagle Island Camp has its own private licensed airstrip. The best way to Eagle Island Camp is via Maun which is accessible by scheduled, daily flights from Johannesburg.
Eagle Island Camp is also accessible from Livingstone, Zambia and Kasane, Northern Botswana. Access from Maun, Livingstone and Kasane is all by shared charter aircraft operated by our air partner, Mack Air.
All aircraft used by Mack Air are single-engine.
Private charters are available on request.
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