Guma Camp is situated on the western side of the Okavango Panhandle.
The camp over looks a large Lagoon and is surrounded by permanent riverine forest.
Accommodation is provided in canvas chalets each with their own private view of the lagoon.
There are 7 camp sites, each with its own ablution block.
Meals can be ordered from the restaurant or one can cook you’re own meals in the self catering kitchen.
With the abundance of fish species in the Okavango Panhandle, Guma Lagoon Camp is the perfect area for spin or fly-fishing.
Fish species caught in Guma Lagoon include barbel, African pike, redbreast tilapia, threespot tilapia, green-headed tilapia and purple largemouth. Tigerfish are plentiful. One of the larger bream species in the Okavango’s Panhandle area is the nembwe.
Guma Lagoon Camp is a fantastic Okavango fishing destination throughout the year.