Embark on an extraordinary adventure aboard a traditional dugout canoe or ‘mokoro’, guided by a highly skilled local expert. As the landscape transforms each June, the camp's surroundings morph into a maze of lily-laden lagoons and meandering streams – the perfect stage for territorial hippos and lurking crocodiles awaiting unsuspecting prey. Being poled through these waterways is a mesmerising experience that allows you to get up close and personal with creatures great and small, while witnessing the world from an entirely new perspective. The tranquil pace of the mokoro offers a refreshing alternative to game drives, and an introduction to timeless transport methods still employed by the Delta's 'river bushmen' or BaYei people. (All water based activities are seasonal and dependent on the water levels of the delta. Children aged 12 and over are permitted on the mokoro activity).