Camp Moremi underwent a complete refurbishment in 2018. The result is a stylish 12 tent camp built in the shade of tall ebony trees overlooking the floodplains of Moremi Game Reserve and the waters of Xakanaxa Lagoon. It's a scenic setting in what is one of the best wildlife viewing areas in the Okavango Delta, the Moremi Game Reserve.
Days revolve around morning and afternoon game drives, showing you different aspects of Moremi's flora and fauna. Motorboat rides provide another wildlife viewing option, and is especially good for bird sightings. The Xakanaxa Lagoon lends itself perfectly to sundowners, an essential part of your day on safari.
The safari tents are large and include a private bathroom, contemporary in style, with double hand basin, toilet, shower and selection of toiletries. There is a separate lounge area with comfy sofa and chairs. Patio doors open out onto the expansive deck, where you can enjoy secluded relaxations as you overlook the wilderness.
At the heart of the camp, the main building houses the dining area, bar, lounge and reference library where can spend the hottest part of the day sheltered from the sun. The sunken bar has been cleverly built to incorprate an ebony tree and a large termite mound. To the front there's a wide deck for alfresco dining, and this leads out to the fire deck, where many a story is told of an evening to the backdrop of the crackling fire. There's also a secluded outdoor pool and sunbathing area.
Open: Camp Moremi is open all year.
Location: Camp Moremi is on the banks of Xakanaxa Lagoon in Moremi Game Reserve in the Okavango Delta. The camp is about a 20 minute drive from Xakanaxa airstrip.
Rooms: There are 11 twin or double guest tents and 1 family tent. Each has an ensuite bathroom with toilet, shower and double basins. There is a fan in all rooms and 220V adaptor plugs for charging batteries. A small safe is available for your valuables, there is also a hairdryer in each room.
Activities: You can go for 4x4 game drives and motorboat rides on Xakanaxa Lagoon year round.
Facilities: The main area houses the lounge, dining room and sunken bar. There are indoor and outdoor locations for dining. The library houses a laptop computer and ample reading material.
Dining: Meals are eaten communally as a group, in the dining room and on the deck. Private dinners can be arranged.
Children: Children aged 6 years and over are welcome.
Health: This is a malarial area.
Communication: There is no mobile reception or WiFi, there is a laptop with basic internet connection in the library for guest use. The camp communicates with head office in Maun via radio and satellite phone in case of an emergency.
A 3-centre safari holiday showcasing Botswana's diverse flora and fauna, offering you the chance to support vital rhino conservation projects.