Superb 4x4 game drives are on offer in the Moremi Game Reserve, particularly known for its beautiful lagoon terrain and its relaxed predators…
The Moremi Game Reserve is slightly elevated, protected tribal land on the eastern boundary of the Okavango Delta. The largest island in the Okavango, Chief’s Island, is within the Moremi. (But on a private concession).
It lies where the vast Kalahari grasslands meets the waters of the Okavango delta. Here there are no fences. Vast herds of elephant migrate from the Kalahari grasslands in search of water as the dry season progresses.
Resident species in the Moremi include lion, elephant, buffalo, hippo, giraffe, hyena, zebra, kudu, lechwe, sable and roan antelope.
Note: We include the camps in the Khwai Game Reserve just to the north because of their focus on game drives.
We recommend that you combine a 2-3 night stay at a Moremi camp with a stay at one of the water-based or seasonal Okavango delta lodges in a private concession.
Many people have heard of staying at a ‘land’ or a ‘water’ camp when in the Okavango. Many of the Moremi camps would be considered ‘land’ camps as they focus on 4x4 game drives. (However some of the Moremi camps do offer boating activities, year round or during the seasonal flood.)
All the Moremi camps are on their own private land. But they do also drive in the public areas of the park. So you should expect to see other vehicles on your game drives. (The exception is the Mombo concession on Chiefs Island (where Mombo Camp and Chief’s Camp are located.)
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