Okavango Delta, Botswana
The story of Xigera Safari Lodge is one of renewal. Of rebirth and family legacy, and of the pioneering spirit that drives us to seek out Africa’s wild spaces. The same spirit that inspired this remarkable reimagining, perhaps a complete reinvention, of an Okavango Delta safari. This is Xigera (pronounced ‘kee-jera’), named for the Pied Kingfisher that makes its home amid the watery channels of Botswana’s Moremi Game Reserve. Every aspect is handcrafted to beguile our guests’ senses and stir their souls – from the evocative interiors to one-of-a-kind encounters. But Xigera is equally a line in the sand. A raising of the bar. A bold statement in the realm of luxury safaris in Botswana, and an Okavango Delta safari experience like no other.
Guernsey offers free but time-restricted public parking across the whole island. The hotel has a very limited number of allocated parking spaces opposite the main entrance which cannot be reserved and operate on a first come, first served basis. There are two roads offering public parking diagonally opposite and adjacent to the hotel, which allow 10 hours and two hours of free parking respectively with no return within 30 minutes.
Our friendly team will endeavour to assist whenever possible to help find suitable parking. Cars parked in public spaces can be left overnight and Sundays as these restrictions only apply between 8am and 6pm in the roads next to the hotel.
For those arriving by air, there are numerous connections available from UK airports via Aurigny. Choose from London Gatwick, London Stansted, East Midlands, Bristol, Southampton, Exeter, Birmingham, Southampton, Norwich, and Leeds Bradford.
If you’re crossing from the United Kingdom you have a choice of daily sailing options from two ports. Get to St Peter Port in Guernsey from Poole port in three hours, or from Portsmouth port in seven hours. From France it only takes 55 minutes to cross from St Malo.