Mokoro excursion in Okavango Delta

Where and When
In the Okavango Delta camps except for those located in Moremi National Reserve. Depending on the water levels and the exact location, offers guests the possibility of exploring the Okavango Delta by Mokoro, a traditional dugout canoe. Subject to the water levels in the delta. The flooding season in the delta starts in May. From September onwards the water level begins to drop. From November to April many areas of the Okavango may have such low water levels that mokoro excursion safaris may not be possible.
Duration and Minimum Stay
Around 2 hours. The exact duration depends on the water levels. In case of insufficient water level, this activity cannot take place. In order to be able to do all the activities on offer at a camp, including the mokoro canoe, we recommend spending a minimum of 3 nights in the same camp.
Mokoro excursion
This activity is only possible when water levels permit. The mornings are usually reserved for land safaris. In the afternoon, after lunch and having had time to rest, you will go on a mokoro canoe excursion.
More information
The camp staff are in charge of scheduling the daily activities so this information should be considered as a guideline.
Very important:
Please note that climate change is altering the delta's flooding patterns and drought may occur even during periods when the Okavango should be flooded.