The camp, which is Sanctuary Retreats? flagship property, has been re-built to create a new, luxurious contemporary safari accommodation in one of the best locations in Africa. With 10 brand new stylish pavilions and a superb new suite – The Geoffrey Kent Luxury Suite – Sanctuary Chief?s Camp aims to set new standards in the luxury safari experience.
Sanctuary Chief?s Camp is located on Chief?s Island in the famous Moremi Game Reserve in the Okavango Delta, recognized as the ?predator capital of Africa? and known for its outstanding game viewing, making it an ideal safari destination.
The spacious new pavilions have tripled in size from the original rooms, still maintain their incredible views over the surrounding Okavango Delta, which can be enjoyed from each pavilion?s private pool or from the tranquil outdoor seating area.? Bathrooms ? which come complete with floor to ceiling windows and folding glass doors – also have a spacious outdoor shower and an indulgent, large bath tub ? perfect for soaking in after a day?s game viewing.
The 620m? Geoffrey Kent Luxury Suite, can accommodate from two to six guests. The suite is ideal for honeymooners looking for the ultimate retreat or groups of friends in search of privacy and comfort. The suite comprises of two pavilions, a private kitchen, indoor lounge, private boma with fire pit, and a secluded deck area.? It is fully staffed – with a dedicated chef, personal waiter and housekeeper as well as a private vehicle and guide.
The main and public areas have been decorated in a ?safari chic? style including a new bar and library, the extension of the dining room and the addition of a deck with pizza oven.? An orientation room where guests can learn more about the Delta before going on game drives has been added as well as a fitness centre and ?Children?s Retreat?.
A solar farm which is one of the largest in Botswana has been built to help minimize the impact of the camp on the local environment. The solar farm combines solar panels with battery banks to provide effective solar power. This allows the camp to use direct energy from the sun during the day and store energy for use at night ensuring that guests have use of electricity at all times.
Botswana continues to grow in popularity as a safari destination and was tipped by Lonely Planet as one of the ?Hot Destinations for 2016?.? This year also marks the country’s 50th year of independence.
For more information and booking enquiries for Sanctuary Chiefs visit our B2B system or contact your WTS Travel Specialist.