Gomoti Plains Camp

Okavango Delta Botswana


Open: Gomoti Plains Lodge is open all year.

Location: The lodge is located in a private reserve in a remote south eastern part of the Okavango Delta. The airstrip is about 30 minutes from camp.

Rooms: There are 10 tents, all facing the river and arranged either side of the main area. Two of the tents are larger to accommodate families and one, the honeymoon tent, has a plunge pool on the deck.

Activities: Gomoti Plains offers morning and evening game drives, afternoon boat rides (seasonal) or mokoro excursions. You can also accompany a guide on a nature walk. If you are offered a 'back of house' tour, it's well worth it to see how much work it takes to smoothly run a camp such as this.

Facilities: The main mess tent houses the dining, bar and lounge areas. The lodge has a gift shop. There is a complimentary laundry service. There's a small refreshing swimming pool and a spa therapist offering in-room treatments.

Dining: Meals are eaten at individual tables indoors and outdoors at a large communal table.

Children: Children of all ages are welcome. Those under the age of 6 must book a private vehicle. Children under 12 may not participate in mokoro or game walk activities.

Health: This is a malarial area.

Communication: There is Wi-Fi internet access near the back of camp, close to the kitchen and manager's office. It can be patchy and shouldn't be relied upon.

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Client Rating for Botswana 5/5 from 120 reviews

Wonderful. From the first welcome to the goodbye we had a fantastic time. Our lodge was huge and very comfortable. It is difficult to think of anything we lacked.

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