Situated on a small island in the beautiful Jao Flats area of the concession, Jacana offers remote seclusion. Accommodation is in five Meru-style tents, each raised on a wooden deck with a view. The en-suite bathroom is enclosed but roofless allowing views of the African skies. The main dining area is on an elevated wooden deck between two enormous sycamore fig trees, and surrounded by dense wild date palms, Downstairs there is a cosy pub and lounge with large viewing deck, and open area to sit around the fire. Behind this is another thatched relaxation area with hammocks. Meals are sometimes enjoyed outdoors in a traditional African boma. Jacana Camp is a true water camp, offering mokoro safaris and game drives all year round, as well as night drives when the floodwaters have receded – generally between October and April.