Moremi Game Reserve is a beautiful and diverse park in the heart of the Okavango Delta. It is known for excellent game viewing by vehicle and on foot. Chief’s Island is the very best of this reserve offering some of Africa’s best wildlife viewing, including the big five, accessible if you stay at one of the exclusive lodges.
The main reasons to come here are:
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The best time to come here is the dry season from May to October, though there is always resident game here so even in the wet season it can offer some excellent game viewing.
Visit Moremi as part of your general Botswana safari. It’s good to combine this with another, different area of the Delta to get a good range of activities and wildlife. Most people come as part of a fly-in lodge safari, though there are also mobile camping safaris which come here too, and camp in special wild camping sites.
There are only about 7 lodges in Moremi, including Chief’s Island. One of the most expensive camps in Botswana (actually in Africa) is here ”“ Mombo Camp. However if you fancy camping, a mobile camping safari is the cheapest way to enjoy the reserve, so you don’t have to be a millionaire to come here.
A 12-tent camp facing Xakanaxa Lagoon in the game-rich Moremi Game Reserve, with spacious social areas and a swimming pool.
A uniquely designed safari camp on the edge of the Moremi Game Reserve with excellent personal service in the Xakanaxa area.
Chiefs Camp is a luxury tented camp situated on Chiefs Island in the Moremi Wildlife Reserve.
Belmond Khwai River Lodge offers luxury in a great game viewing area of Moremi
Mombo Camp has luxurious accommodation and great game viewing opportunties.
With its strking curvaceous, pangolin-inspired design, low-key luxury and high calibre game viewing, Sandibe Okavango Delta Safari Lodge is a very special place, and one that'll you long remember.
This is a gorgeous tented camp on a waterside location in the game rich Moremi Game Reserve.
Time: GMT +2hrs
Overnight flights to Johannesburg then connections to Maun, total flying time about 13 hours.
Language: The official language is English. Tswana is spoken widely.
Not required for British travellers (up to 90 days). EC nationals can ask us for further advice.
There are no compulsory vaccinations, except yellow fever if you are coming from an infected area. Malaria prophylactics are recommended in the north.