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The camp is built in the classic 1950’s style, with luxury safari tents, en-suite bathrooms and living areas, not forgetting the romantic outdoor showers. All the tents are situated on decks and the pathways to the tents meander between the large riverine trees. The Main dining and bar area are also on wooden decks overlooking a large flood plain.

Little Machaba is situated in the game rich Khwai area. The Khwai Concession is a 180 000 hectare reserve situated in the north eastern Okavango adjacent to the Moremi Game Reserve. Little Machaba is situated on the same island as Machaba Main Camp, but is run separately from Machaba Main Camp.

Accommodation

Little Machaba Camp is an 8 bed luxury safari camp with luxury safari tents, en-suite bathrooms and living areas, not forgetting the romantic outdoor showers. All the tents are situated on decks and the pathways to the tents meander between the large riverine trees. The Main dining and bar area are also on wooden decks overlooking a large flood plain.

Need to know about the accommodation

  • Luxury tented camp – 4 Tents in Total – Max 8 guests
  • 2 x Luxury Tents
  • 2 x Family Luxury Tents

Notes about sharing and children:

No children under 12 years of age are allowed at Little Machaba unless guests book exclusive use of Camp, and pay for 8 adults.

Facilities

Facilities available at Little Machaba:

  • Swimming Pool, with loungers
  • Tented Main Area on decks
  • Library
  • Picturesque views over the Moremi Game Reserve
  • Spa Therapist – treatments include massages and facials done in guests rooms.

Activities

What guests can expect to do at Little Machaba

  • Morning and evening game drives
  • Walking (guide dependant)
  • Mokoros (year round, water dependent)
  • Game viewing from the comfort of your own tent
  • Catch up on some reading, with our large collection of reading material.
  • Visits to the local community
  • After Dinner Night Drive

Food and Dining

The food served at camp is a wonderful mixture of local cuisine flavoured and cooked in good old fashion home style cooking. We call this bushfare. Our chefs come from Botswana and have many years working in the tourism industry preparing fine meals. We try and eat under the stars at night and vary our dining experiences with every meal.