Call an Expert on
+44 (0) 1722 445 925

Xudum Okavango Delta Lodge is located in the Okavango Delta, sprawled along the banks of a cyclical lagoon and guarded by a resident family of hippo after the rainy season.  

Xudum Okavango Delta Lodge is an intimate refuge, designed with privacy in mind.   Overlooking a seasonal lagoon, the earthy glamour of this striking lodge provides the perfect counterpoint to the natural bounty of this game-rich landscape.

Each of the nine private African safari suites has a unique rooftop hideout.  Rising high as the treetops, the open upper level of your suite entices you to while away the afternoon in a lofty hide or enjoy a private dinner under the stars.  Dark wooden frames cradle another bed in a more conventional bedroom location just down the stairs. Two steps down, a deep, oversized bath and a choice of indoor and outdoor showers promises refreshment.


Safari Suites with Rooftop Hide Outs



Open Season

Open all year

Safari Experience

Morning game drives with afternoon drives continuing after night, allowing for an opportunity to see the many animals that are more active at night, including leopard and serval.  Game viewing is also offered in motorized boats and mokoro rides.

Try your hand at catching the fierce tiger fish, or Tilapia in the Okavango Delta.

Half or full day horse back safaris are also available on request (additional cost).

Wildlife & Birdlife

Renowned for its abundant wildlife, the Okavango Delta and the areas surrounding &Beyond Xudum Delta Lodge are home to a large number of species making for an exhilarating Botswana safari. The area is home to an assortment of species adapted to the semi-aquatic lifestyle, such as the elegant red lechwe and shy sitatunga. Lion prides, cheetah, leopard and African wild dog are occasionally encountered, while families of hippo hide in the deeper channels and lagoons that are fed by seasonal rains. The area supports the continent’s largest surviving concentration of elephant and buffalo, while roan and sable antelope are occasionally spotted in the open woodlands.