Mapula Lodge is wrapped around the trunks of the African hardwoods and has a panoramic view which engulfs you into the wonders of the Delta. 

There’s an area on the northern fringes of the famed Okavango Delta, an enormous, 220,000 acre concession that’s a matrix of floodplains, woodlands and channels. Waterways snake across the landscape, spilling into glassy lagoons and encircling islands of stately palms and trumpeting elephant. It’s an iconic Delta landscape, and a magical environment in which to enjoy the abundance of wildlife.

In the middle of it all, on a large tree island surrounded by seasonal floodplains, is the laid back Mapula Lodge. The camp overlooks a permanent lagoon complete with its own resident pod of hippos.


Standard Rooms

  • 8 tents

  • 6 twin bedded tents

  • 2 double bedded tents

  • Ensuite with shower

  • Outdoor shower


Family Rooms

  • 1 Family Suite

  • 2 adults and 2 children

  • Ensuite with shower

  • Outdoor shower


  • Dining area

  • Lounge area

  • Pool

  • Library

  • Laundry service

  • Private vehicle available

  • Charging facilities 


  • No children under 6 years old

  • Private vehicles must be booked for families with children 12 years and younger



  • Take a chartered flight from Maun to Mapula Lodge’s airstrip



  • Self drive guests to Camp Kalahari, Jack’s Camp & San Camp depart from Planet Baobab and must all be accompanied by an

  • Uncharted Africa Co. member of staff and adhere to stipulated speed limits and designated routes.

  • There is a fee to self drive to this camp

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