Nxamaseri Island Lodge is a unique African experience in the Panhandle of the Okavango Delta. This small and exclusive lodge is one of the oldest in the Delta and is renowned as one of the best fly-fishing destinations in Africa. While not a big game viewing area, the beautiful aquatic environment and fantastic bird watching opportunities immerses you into this celebrated landscape, where the intricacies of nature flourish and time stands still.
Nxamaseri Island Lodge is the closest lodge to the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Tsodilo Hills. The four massifs that make up Tsodilo Hills are home to around 4,500 ancient rock paintings, one of the largest concentrations of rock art in the world. The paintings are spread over 200 sites and taking a helicopter ride from the lodge’s private airstrip is a true delight before you delve into the fascinating bushcraft and lore of the Delta.
Back at the lodge, you will explore the waterways of the Okavango by motorised boat and mokoro excursions and guides will share their in-depth knowledge of the area and the inhabitants that include crocodiles, hippos, otters, swamp antelope and bird species too numerous to count.