Okuti Camp

Okuti Camp is located in the northern section of the game rich Moremi Game Reserve, overlooking the permanent waterways of the Okavango Delta.

Okuti is a very comfortable and well run lodge (though called ‘camp’ it has the infrastructure of a lodge), with friendly staff and a good ambience. With just 7 unique and very spacious rooms, Okuti is an intimate and exclusive lodge, though it is worth noting that the Moremi Game Reserve is not as exclusive as the surrounding private concession areas, so you do see a few other vehicles on game drives. The game viewing in the area around Okuti is fantastic and there is a policy of maximum 4 guests on a vehicle for game drives which is great. Boat cruises are also superb, with extensive lagoons and waterways to explore. Being in the reserve also means more restrictions on activities (night drives, walks and fishing are not permitted) and the deep water around the lodge is not suitable for mekoro excursions. We therefore usually suggest combining Okuti with a second camp in the Okavango that can offer these activities. In a part of Africa that is generally very expensive, Okuti represents extremely good value for money when you consider the great location for game viewing and the quality of the camp.


Okuti accommodates a maximum of 18 guests in seven unique rooms which are loosely designed on traditional bushman shelters or ‘Masasas’. The spacious, dome shaped rooms are built onto raised plinths and have high ceilings with a …


The big game viewing in the Moremi Game Reserve is some of the best in Africa, with all the major species present (though rhino very hard to find) and excellent predator concentrations. Cheetah and wild dog are regularly seen, as are lion and leopard…


Okuti accepts children seven years and upwards and has two fantastic family rooms which are spacious and include a second bedroom internally linked to the main bedroom. Specialist guides can be hired through Ker and Downey’s…

Conservation & community

Ker & Downey Botswana, owners of Okuti, supports Maun-based NGO Bana Ba Letsatsi (Children of the Sun) which assists northern Botswana’s orphaned and vulnerable children by providing them with food, clothing, education and…

LocationMoremi Game Reserve
AccessCharter flight, shared air transfer into Xakanaxa airstrip or self-drive
OpenMarch to early January
Camp StyleTented lodge
FocusBig game / Delta Experience by boat only
Children7 years +
ActivitiesGame drives / Boat excursions
Maximum Guests on Vehicle4
Private Vehicle OptionsYes
Off-road DrivingNo
Number of Rooms7 rooms (including 2 family rooms)
Family Accommodation2 two bedroomed family rooms
BathroomFlush toilet / Plumbed basin / Plumbed shower
Power for chargingIn room
HairdryerIn room
Heating/CoolingStanding fan and ceiling fan
Room SafeYes
Laundry ServiceComplimentary
Communication in roomHorn
Mobile ReceptionNo
SwimmingCommunal pool
Dining StyleCommunal
Drinks IncludedHouse drinks
Credit CardsVisa and Mastercard