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Eagle Island Lodge brings timeless luxury to the Botswana wetlands. High-ceilinged tented rooms flood with light; each has a plunge pool and oversized bed with views of the Delta. Get closer to the wildlife of this UNESCO World Heritage Site—silently glide past hippos in a traditional canoe as fish eagles soar overhead.
Eagle Island Lodge is now open.
Explore the waterways of the Okavango Delta on a thrilling open door helicopter ride. Marvel at the roaming wildlife and stunning landscape from a unique perspective.
Why not opt for a water safari to explore the wonders of the Delta? Glide on a mokoro canoe before enjoying a waterside picnic. Drift through the wetlands on a sunset barge cruise. Or thrill-seek with a speedboat safari.
Forage for wild sage with our in-house chef and create delicious infused cocktails. Learn all about the importance of food provenance and how we support local farmers.
Integral to the rich history of Botswana, the lodge was established in the 1900s when intrepid explorers and crocodile hunters first flocked to the delta. Since then, we’ve refined safari living to an art. Eagle Island Lodge is among the most environmentally friendly lodges in the country, and our private drives are a truly intimate way to get closer to the country’s natural wonders.
Just 12 large, light-flooded tented rooms make up the total accommodation of this intimate retreat. Each is carefully positioned to afford total privacy—and unspoiled Botswana vistas.
Shelter from the midday heat for a cool siesta, or soak in your private plunge pool. Take to the terrace for a front row seat and watch the theatre of the savannah unfold.
Flooded with light by day, our safari accommodation is indulgently cosy at night. Unwind in the soothing grey interior, punctuated by flashes of deep gold. Or stretch out on the oversized bed, framed by a stunning copper headboard. Best of all, each tented room boasts its own plunge pool and private deck—both perfect for soaking up the scenery.