Okavango Delta, Botswana
The story of Xigera Safari Lodge is one of renewal. Of rebirth and family legacy, and of the pioneering spirit that drives us to seek out Africa’s wild spaces. The same spirit that inspired this remarkable reimagining, perhaps a complete reinvention, of an Okavango Delta safari. This is Xigera (pronounced ‘kee-jera’), named for the Pied Kingfisher that makes its home amid the watery channels of Botswana’s Moremi Game Reserve. Every aspect is handcrafted to beguile our guests’ senses and stir their souls – from the evocative interiors to one-of-a-kind encounters. But Xigera is equally a line in the sand. A raising of the bar. A bold statement in the realm of luxury safaris in Botswana, and an Okavango Delta safari experience like no other.
Bushmans Kloof is the custodian of some of South Africa’s most important rock art. Across the 7500-hectare reserve more than 130 rock art sites, painted by the indigenous San people, have been identified, with some dating back as far as 10,000 years. In recognition of the cultural value of these artworks and our ongoing preservation efforts, the rock art of Bushmans Kloof has been declared a South African National Heritage Site.
Our Rock Art experiences have also been selected as a MAKE TRAVEL MATTER® Experience, and together with The TreadRight Foundation, we hope to leave a positive impact on local people, wildlife and the planet to #MakeTravelMatter.
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