Xigera Safari Lodge | Botswana | If Only

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Open Today: 09:00 - 17:00



Located on the western side of the Moremi Game Reserve in the enchanting Okavango Delta, Xigera Safari Lodge offers exclusive and elegant accommodation and extraordinary wilderness experiences. With conservation and sustainability at its heart, the lodge uses solar energy, boasts an eco-friendly waste disposal system and has eliminated all single-use plastics, so guests can enjoy their stay safe in the knowledge that they're minimising their impact on the pristine environment the lodge sits in. From thrilling motorboat safaris and bespoke wilderness experiences to sunrise yoga, catch-and-release finishing, and mokoro boat rides, as well as unique safari dining experiences such as bush breakfasts, wild picnics, and dining under the stars at the lodge's impressive three-storey treehouse, there's no end to the memories guests will make here.


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0141 955 4000

At a glance

  • Luxury Lodge
  • 5 Star
  • 12 luxury suites
  • 1 restaurants and bars


Getting There

Arrival Airport

Maun Airport

Approximate flight times

Approximately 11 hours from London to Johannesburg plus 1 hour 35 minutes to Maun.

Time difference

GMT +2


It is approximately a 90-minute flight from Johannesburg to Maun Airport, where a 25-minute light aircraft flight takes guests to the Xigera airstrip. From there it is a 10-minute private car transfer to the lodge.


Botswana's dry season, from May to October, is considered the best time to visit with minimal rainfall and warm, sunny days. During this time, water levels in the Okavango Delta are at their highest making it easy to explore the network of waterways. November to April is the green season with wet, rainy weather. The landscape becomes lush and green and this is a good time for birdwatchers to visit, as a variety of migratory birds arrive into the region. However, the rain can make travelling around the country challenging and it may be harder to spot wildlife as animals disperse across wider areas due to the abundant food and water sources.