Recently re-opened after an extensive rebuild, Sanctuary Chief’s Camp has ten luxury pavilions, and two interconnecting suites offering a new Mini Suite and Luxury Suite. When visiting Sanctuary Chief’s Camp you’ll see why Condé Nast Traveler consistently rates it as one of the top safari destinations in Botswana. The camp is part of the magazine’s exclusive “Platinum Circle” in recognition of its inclusion in the prestigious Gold List for the last five consecutive years.
The split-level main deck offers expansive views over the floodplain while the lower level of the deck houses an exquisite swimming pool to cool off after a day of exciting game viewing. The main area houses a bar area, orientation room, fitness centre, children’s retreat, sitting room, curio shop, library, reception and both indoor and outdoor dining areas. For a rejuvenating pampering session, choose from a range of treatments at the camp’s spa.
The ten luxury pavilions are nestled in a jackalberry and sausage tree woodland that is characteristic of the area. Each luxury pavilion boasts their own private dining area, outside seating area, plunge pool, air-conditioning and fan, as well as beautiful bathrooms which offer a spacious outdoor shower, a large bath tub, beautiful floor to ceiling windows and folding glass doors with a stunning outlook over the surrounding waters of the Okavango Delta. Sumptuous four poster beds with generously draped mosquito nets and espresso machine also feature and for your convenience, the rooms are equipped with a hairdryer, Wi-Fi, room safe, emergency intercom and minibar.
For the epitome of luxury, two interconnecting suites can combine to create the Geoffrey Kent Luxury Suite which can accommodate two to six guests. Ideal for those looking for the utmost privacy and comfort, the suite offers a private kitchen, indoor lounge, private boma with fire pit, secluded deck areas, plunge pool, a private chef, private vehicle with its own guide, a personal waiter and a private housekeeper.