Join me in the Okavango at the Yoga LiLy tent for some free flow and flying during the music festival.

At the end of August, the annual music festival, Okavanga Delta Music Festival, will be held close to Maun. Myself, and another Yogi will be hosting and teaching at the Yoga Lily Tent. Yoga will be free for all festival goers. So it’s a double whammy, getting your Zen on, while jolling like the rockstar you are in your heart.

The proceeds of the festival will be going to uplifting a local community;

On the edge of the Delta, in Tsutsubega, lies an exquisite complex of tree-lined islands surrounded by floodplains. Tsutsubega is a San name meaning “Place of the Emerald Spotted Dove”, a sweet little bird which occurs in abundance here.

This little Eden is home to approximately 500 people of mostly the ancient Bayei tribe. After consulting the community in a traditional gathering called a Kgotla, the community has given permission for the Okavango Delta Music Festival organisers to host an annual, three-day festival on ‘Rockston Island’ in Tsutsubega in return for assisting them to alleviate poverty in a sustainable way.

The Festival will help the community of Tsutsubega derive direct economic benefit from environmental tourism through the campsites, employment at the festival and the Festival profits will provide them with a bore-hole for drinking water. Other community projects in the area that the Festival is also implementing including a literacy programme and stimulation centre, and also setting up ‘Feed a Child Botswana’ in the area to ensure the children in the community receive at least one nutritious meal a day.

Yoga classes and schedules;

The free yoga classes on offer will include Vinyasa, Hatha and Aerial. Click here for more info on Aerial Yoga.

Click here for the schedule.
The teachers will include myself, the wild child Reneé.  Renee lives in Botswana and are passionate about Africa and her inhabitants, humans and animals alike. Besides our love for the heart beat of Africa, we also share a common love for Yoga. This love will be poured into the Yoga Lily Tent and our classes.
Your Zen is guaranteed.

Meet the teachers

Renee Klopper; proper bush yogi

Adventurer.Traveller. Explorer. Heart4Africa. Passionate. Connected. Scorpio. Yogi. Fitness freak. Wildlife lover. Bush girl. Foodie. Ms.Reneé. Zenseeker. Balanced.

Reneé is a fitness enthusiast and a qualified Yoga Instructor. She did her yoga studying and qualifications in India. Born in SA, bread in Maun – a proper bush girl at heart. Passionate about Botswana and the magical Okavango Delta and excited to share the magic through yoga. She loves travelling, hiking and exploring new places. Reneé backpacked through South East Asia with many adventures to share and her next big trip is to South America. Family and friends come first for her. Dark chocolate, coffee and wine are a few of her favourite things.

Rulene Moolman; yogi from Jozi.

Ahhh, I’m sure you must know me by now… I’m the eternal student. Always learning and expanding my horisons, wether I’m working, doing a course or looking after my boys.

if you need to know more about me, click here.

Bookings and tickets

There’s three options with regards to camping, fully self sufficient, semi glamping and full on glamping. For more information and your festival pass and info go to

See you in the bush… on your mat and in the sky…..  😀

PS; you can watch our promo video here.