Nxamaseri Lodge

Nxamaseri Island Lodge is an exclusive lodge, set on an island in the panhandle of the Okavango Delta, one of the most breathtakingly beautiful areas in the world. As one of the oldest lodges in the Delta, it has a unique charm and atmosphere. The lodge has 7 double chalets and 2 family chalets. As part of the Desert & Delta Safaris portfolio, Nxamaseri prides itself on creating an experience that is personal and intimate.

Nxamaseri Lodge

The lodge offers water-based activities, including boating and mokoro trips among the network of channels that make up the area. Nxamaseri is one of the top bird-watching and fishing destinations in the country and specialises in both, with expert and enthusiastic guides guaranteed to make your experience a memorable one. Nxamaseri is also close to the magical Tsodilo Hills, a world heritage site and one of Botswana’s greatest treasures. The lodge offers guided day trips to Tsodilo Hills, where one can view some of the 2000 ancient San paintings.

Property Facilities

Room Facilities

Fishing
Nxamaseri Island Lodge is a prime destination for lure fishing from March to December. Tiger fish are indigenous to the area and provide thrilling angling for both experienced and novice fishermen.
Motorised Boat Safaris
Guided excursions through the deeper channels and lagoons of the Okavango Delta in hard-bottom aluminum boats. The boats are equipped with comfortable seats, a foldaway canvas roof and life jackets.
Tsodilo Hills Cultural Tour
Enjoy a guided tour of one of Botswana's greatest treasures, the Tsodilo Hills. The tour takes you up the male hill - one of the highest points in Botswana before giving you the opportunity to explore and enjoy the hundreds of rock art paintings which surround the hills. Guided by local expert guides, the Tsodilo cultural tour is a rare opportunity to experience Botswana's unique cultural heritage.
Guided Island Walks
Bush walks on the surrounding islands offer the opportunity to track the larger species that inhabit the water wilderness. The birding in the Okavango Panhandle is exceptional and guided walks give guests the opportunity to spot some of the rare species in the area.
Mokoro Excursions
Guided mokoro excursions in traditional dug out canoes. Guests experience the shallower channels and floodplains of the Okavango Delta.
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