Rates from US$ 510.00 per person sharing
Per person per night sharing
Rates are in US Dollars (US$)
*Rates may vary according to season
- Lodge type; Safari Camp
- Location; Moremi Game Reserve
- Lodge size; 11 safari tents
- Recommended stay; 3-7 nights
Peering out from below gigantic ebony trees, Camp Moremi delivers accurate meaning towards the term safari within the Xaxanaka region of Moremi Game Reserve.
Here, the location where the life-giving waters from the Okavango connect with the vast Kalahari, ancient Mopane forests, open grassland, periodic floodplains as well as Riverine habitats has formed, producing probably the most spectacular in addition to enticing animal sanctuaries in all of Africa.
The Camp accommodates just twenty-two visitors inside eleven East African-style safari tents, individually located upon elevated teak platforms along with exclusive surrounding amenities & viewing verandas.
From Camp Moremi ones night time dinner of traditional African meals may be savoured inside the dining room inside the raised Tree Lodge or perhaps in the protected boma.
Shaded by gigantic ebony trees, the impressive camp Moremi is an sophisticated elevated thatch and timber structure, comprising of a main lounge, wildlife research library, dining room as well as cocktail bar.
Additional amenities incorporated a remote swimming pool along with a sun deck thatched boma and raised observing deck with unparalleled vistas of the Xakanaxa Lagoon.
Camp Moremi activities centre around tracking big game on morning and afternoon game drives by means of open 4x4 safari vehicle within the Moremi Wildlife Reserve, legendary for regular sightings of lion, leopard and cheetah, in addition to the wild dog, in whose numbers are so swiftly diminishing in other locations.
Discovering the Xakanaxa Lagoon and encircling Okavango channels by motorboat, offers visitors outstanding birdwatching possibilities, seeing that birdlife is prolific and varied, ranging from water birds to timid forest dwellers.
- Game drives
- Exceptional bird-watching