Randall Moore's pioneering camp -- the first place in the world to introduce fully fledged safaris on the back of a pachyderm -- is still a great way to explore the delta from the back of an elephant. Elephants cope equally well with water and sand, and they also get very close to other game. Guests ride on comfortable, custom-made saddles. Accommodations comprise six extremely luxurious, custom-designed en-suite tents, furnished with kilim rugs and mahogany sleigh beds. The newer Seba Camp offers five additional en-suite tents and there is also a two-bedroom Villa, featured in Travel + Leisure's list of the 50 Most Romantic Places on Earth. The main drawbacks are the price (it has the dubious distinction of being the most expensive camp in Botswana) and the western delta location (game on the eastern part of the delta tends to be better). Note: For a more sensitive elephant experience, book with Doug Groves at Stanley's Camp or Baines' Camp.