This means that many of the Camps and Lodges are looking at restricting water activities to some extent. For example, the Boro River channel has not yet filled and only very short mokoro activities are being offered to cross the channel in certain places (this for Delta and Oddball's Camps for example).
Water is expected is expected soon - and it is safe to say that that the flood is late this year and it could easily be another 6-8 weeks before proper mokoro activities and boating can be enjoyed.
Ironically, due to the lack of water, the game is exceptional, as wildlife congregates to areas where there tends to be permanent water.
Therefore the chances of seeing lion, hyena, leopard and cheetah are good. Wild dogs have been seen along with herds of over 1000 buffalo. Grazers are found in excellent numbers at waters edge and eating the grasses in the molapo.
Naturally it might be disappointing not to enjoy a mokoro excursion (or have the excursion curtailed), but there is still much to be enjoyed during your Delta visit.