The Letaka website says the safari will include "Spacious and comfortable tented accommodation, including beds and bed linen, with a private bathroom en-suite." In reality, the tents were just big enough to fit 2 narrow single camp beds + 2 small bedside tables, plus 1 metre of space between the beds. The "private bathroom en-suite" was an adjacent pit latrine and bucket shower within tent walls (but no roof) for privacy. Warm water was provided. As with Thowdies' review, this level of amenity was below our expectations and was not easy to get used to, especially on the hottest of days (around 38c). There was no form of cooling such as an electric fan, let alone any air conditioning. Sheets and towels were not changed at all during the 9 nights camping, despite some very hot and sweaty evenings. More minor problems were a broken loo seat (replaced after arrival) and a malfunctioning tent door zip (that still needs fixing).
The Letaka website needs to make it very clear that these are _mobile_ camps with basic facilities, and are not as comfortable that the more well known _permanant_ tented camps
On the positive side, the Okavango delta itself lived up to our expectations, and the guide and the camp staff did their jobs well.
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