Baines camp is a romantic eco-friendly haven above the Boro River next to the Moremi Game Reserve in the Okavango Delta. The camps is located on a private concession which has the advantage of being able to take night drives and walking drives, a most thrilling way to explore the African bush and see nocturnal animals too. The camp is encircled by papyrus beds and set in a grove of trees and was built from commercially produced timbers and recycled materials, to ensure minimal impact on the environment. With just five luxurious suites, wooden walkways connect the main areas of the camp to the rooms. The suites are perfectly designed for romance, featuring four poster beds with mosquito netting that can be wheeled out onto your own private deck, where a copper bath awaits, just the thing for moonlit bathing under the stars. The luxury rooms also have ensuite facilities and ceiling fans provide a welcome respite from the heat. There’s a lovely swimming pool at the camp so you can take a dip to get some respite from the African sun, and also an ample decked area with comfortable seating from which hippos can be spotted wallowing lethargically in the lagoon, while you keep a beady eye out for other wildlife lurking nearby. The dining is good here, with continental or full breakfasts available before you depart for the morning game drive. A bush brunch taken in the company of elephants is an unforgettable experience and high teas, cocktails and elegant three course dinners complete the picture.