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We arrived at Oddballs as part of a tour but liked it so much that we decided to extend our stay and did not join the rest of the people for the last part of the itinerary. The atmosphere as soon as you arrive to...More
Coming to Oddballs saved our overall vacation experience in Africa. And thank goodness for that!
Arriving at the camp on the small plane marked the start of our Oddballs experience. The pilot took time to point out the breathtaking landscape and our wildlife spotting began...More
Our family of four spent three days here in December 2012. The flight in from Maun was our first adventure due to poor weather, but our skilled pilot eventually found a way to land safely. The next suprise was that we were the only guests....More
This was indeed a unique place far away from everywhere :-). I was there with my girlfriend and friend-couple for 4 days and I have to say that this was the most peaceful place in Botswana. We had few times a huge visitors during the...More
Unique lovely place in the Okavango Delta.
The staff was helpful, friendly and very capable.
Our guide during the walks and the outings in the mokoro spotted a lot of animals although his English could have been better.
The tents are adequate for sleeping the...More
#19 of 28 Speciality lodging in Moremi Game Reserve
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We are planning a visit to the Okavango in October (2 nights) and considering Oddballs Main Camp vs the Enclave (USD600 more) and wondering if it is worth the extra? Any thoughts? Any other advice on visiitng the Okavango and Oddballs?
Thanks a lot, Barry
17 February 2015|
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Response from PeterMaun | Property representative |
Hi Barry, Oddballs' itself takes 30 guests whilst The Enclave takes just 10, so is much more intimate. also the tents are much bigger, so it really boils down to what's more important to you - the intimacy and comfort, or... More
Hi Barry, Oddballs' itself takes 30 guests whilst The Enclave takes just 10, so is much more intimate. also the tents are much bigger, so it really boils down to what's more important to you - the intimacy and comfort, or the money. Not that Oddballs' is uncomfortable, it's just a matter of degree. Bring an hat!