An UNESCO World Heritage Site and unique inland delta, the world renowned Okavango Delta, created by the annual floodwaters from Angola in the north, supports a large variety of both permanent and seasonal wildlife. It is made up of lagoons, channels, floodplains and islands. Much of the game experience here focuses on the waterways with activities taken in small motorboats and the more traditional mokoros. Walking safaris are also popular. The Delta is an absolute must for bird enthusiasts, and keen photographers. Select camps also offer game drives depending on location and water levels, so a combination of all activities can be enjoyed. These ‘dry’ and ‘wet’ camps are usually the most popular types of accommodation to choose from as there are varied activities on offer. The remote tented camps of the Delta tend to be luxurious, small, intimate and informal with access by light aircraft from either Kasane (if you are combining with Chobe or Victoria Falls), or Maun.