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The Lodging: We had a tent with mattress on an elevated platform. The tent was a little tight but it worked and we had a lovely view of the delta from our porch. The weather was cool but we were warm enough inside. I wonder...More
The three days and nights at Oddballs were one of the highlights of a three week tour through Botswana, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The Oddballs experience began with the twenty minute Delta Air light aircraft flight from Maun and landing at Oddballs airstrip. The welcome and...More
The Oddballs Camp is better located than the more expensive Enclave. Breakfast is served around 11 am after morning walk and mokoro ride - basic but adequate – lunch around 2.30pm and dinner around 8pm. Meals were simple but very tasty. The staff at Oddballs...More
I just stayed for 2 nights in Oddballs lodge at their honeymoon suite. It should rather be called Batcave as it is the dwelling of over 10 of those and lots of wasps, spiders and flies. I wonder who would like to spend their honeymoon...More
There is no doubt that the Okavango Delta is beautiful and the mokoro rides, very peaceful and relaxing. We saw hippos, elephants, monkeys and zebra and impala but had we had our time again, we would have only stayed 1 day/night instead of 4 days....More
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!
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"No tents are better, only some got a direct riverview!"