Botswana does not come any more beautiful than Camp Moremi. Situated on the shore of the Xakanaxa Lagoon that forms part of the Moremi Wildlife Reserve, the camp has the singular distinction of sharing proximity with both the arid planes of the Kalahari and the verdant locale that is the Okavango Delta. Visitors can expect to be treated to vistas that comprise ancient Mopane forests, vast grassland expanses, as well as floodplains and riverine habitats that form seasonally.
Beneath the shade of majestic ebony trees, the lodge comprises a thatch and timber building that includes a dining room, stylish cocktail bar, a main lounge where guests can mingle, as well as a comprehensive wildlife reference library. Other facilities that have been included for guests’ convenience include a thatched boma and viewing hide that affords unparalleled views over the Xaxanaka Lagoon, as well as private swimming pool and sun deck. The camp offers accommodation for a maximum of 22 guests at any given time in safari-style tents on raised platforms, which boast private facilities, viewing decks and distinct East-African dècor.
Morning- and afternoon safaris are a much-anticipated highlight of each day, as visitors pile into the Moremi Wildlife Reserve’s 4x4 vehicles to track big game. The area is renowned for its prolific wildlife and visitors are more often than not treated to sightings of lion, leopard and cheetah, as well as the lesser-spotted wild dog. Birdlife enthusiasts will be happy to know that there is the possibility of exploring the lagoon and its myriad channels by motorboat, which affords exception birding opportunities. The region’s birdlife is extremely varied and range from the common water birds to the shyer forest dwellers.
Children over the age of twelve years are gladly accepted. Please note that no childcare or babysitters are available at any of our properties and that children are to be under the supervision of their parents at all times. Children ages sixteen (inclusive) and younger are not allowed to stay by themselves in a room and are to share with their parents.
Getting to Camp Moremi
Access is available by charter aircraft from Kasane (served by daily road transfers from Victoria Falls and Maun to Xakanaxa airstrip.)The lodgetransfers guests to and from Xakanaxa airstrip. Camp Moremi may also be reached by fourwheel drive vehicle or by unique boat transfer from Camp Okavango (with prior arrangement only).
Xakanaxa airstrip coordinates: 19.21S 23.27E. The dirt airstrip is 800 metres long and its condition varies according to weather conditions. Twin-engined aircraft are not allowed to land at Xakanaxa without permission from the DCA.
Maximum weight: 2 300 kg.
Maximum aircraft size recommended: Cessna 206.
During daytime and evenings power is generates by means of generator (AC 220V). Video batteries may be recharges and all tents are equipped with a 220-volt AC plug for hairdryers, and invert 12-volt DC lighting is supplied at night once the generator are switched off.
All major credit cards (Visa, Mastercard and Diners Club), but please note that American Express is unfortunately not accommodated.
Each person is allowed 20kg luggage in soft sided bags.
Please do not hesitate to contact an African Travel Gateway representative should you require any further information with regard to Botswana’s Okavango region in general or other Botswana accommodation venues.