Sanctuary Chief’s Camp – Voted #1 Safari Lodge in Botswana by Travel + Leisure

Sanctuary Chief’s Camp has received a coveted “World’s Best” award from Travel + Leisure as one of the top resorts and camps in Africa and the number one safari lodge in Botswana.

The survey asked readers to rate properties on the basis of location, rooms/facilities, service, restaurants/food and value. This year “the spirit of exploration prevailed,” says Travel + Leisure editor in chief, Nancy Novogrod. “It’s clear that travellers are looking for encounters with the natural world.”

Sanctuary Chief’s Camp lies on Chief’s Island, one of the many islands created by the seasonal floodwaters of the Okavango Delta. The camp is tucked away in the exclusive Mombo Concession, part of the world-renowned Moremi Game Reserve. This is the predator capital of Africa and the game viewing is awe-inspiring: lions, leopard, cheetah, hyena and jackals abound, as do elephants, giraffe, zebra, wildebeest and impala. Sanctuary Chief’s Camp is particularly famous for its wild dog population, the area surrounding the camp is one of the last strongholds in Africa. The concession is also a paradise for ornithologists, boasting over 500 species of birds.

“Seeing is believing,” as one might say. And visiting the Camp is possible, thanks to the special offer currently running till end of December 2010! From as little as P 1550.00 per person! MORE DETAILS ON THIS INCREDIBLE OFFER AVAILABLE HERE.