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Camp Moremi

Camp Moremi ligt in het Moremi Game Reserve dat wordt gekenmerkt door dichte begroeiing van acacia's, savannelandschap en moerassige gebieden. Het wild is talrijk en zeer gevarieerd.

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Camp Moremi, Luxury Safari Tent
Camp Moremi, Tea Boma
Camp Moremi, Lounge
Camp Moremi, Luxury Safari Tent
Camp Moremi

Over Camp Moremi

Het rustieke Camp Moremi is opgetrokken uit boomstammen en ligt aan de rand van de delta en het Moremi Reservaat. Vanuit de lounge kunt u genieten van het uitzicht over de Xakanaxa lagune. Op het terrein is een 'Tree House' waarin de lounge, het restaurant, de bar en de bibliotheek zijn ondergebracht. Ook is er een groot terras, een zwembadje en een observatieplatform met zicht over de lagune. U kunt deelnemen aan de safari-activiteiten met een open terreinwagen. Ook organiseert de staf tochten per motorboot. De kans dat u leeuwen, luipaarden, cheeta's en wilde honden ziet, is hier groot. Camp Moremi bestaat uit elf luxe safaritenten op palen in Oost-Afrikaanse stijl. Het camp is niet omheind. De maaltijden, lokale drankjes en safari-activiteiten zijn inbegrepen.


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Camp Moremi
Moremi Game Reserve
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Op palen gebouwd, plafondventilator, badkamer, toilet, veranda.


Gelegen tussen de bossen van het Moremi Game Reserve.

Aantal kamers



• Restaurant
• Boma (omheinde ruimte in de openlucht van het diner wordt geserveerd)
• Zwembad
• Zonnedek
• Souvenirwinkel
• Observatieplatform met zicht over de lagune
• Laundry-service


• Safari-activiteiten
• Boottochten
• Vistochten

Het Moremi Game Reserve ligt in het oostelijke deel van de Okavango Delta en kenmerkt zich door dichte begroeiing van acacia’s. Het wild in Moremi is zeer gevarieerd en talrijk. In dit ca. 3.000 km² grote gebied, variërend van savannelandschap en moerassige gebieden tot dichte wouden, komen onder meer vele antilopensoorten, giraffen, buffels, zebra’s en olifanten voor, maar ook leeuwen, luipaarden, hyena’s, cheeta’s en de bedreigde wild dogs.
Het grootste gedeelte is bebost land, maar het oostelijke en noordelijke gedeelte zijn een combinatie van harde grond, kreekjes, papyrus en bosland.

"Great Location Super Staff"

This was our first bush camp and it was a great first experience. The staff is extremely friendly and accommodating. Our guide, Grass, was very nice and worked really hard to give us an opportunity to see a wide variety of animals. The location of the camp is excellent and we saw some amazing parts of the surrounding area. I could not believe how beautiful each of the sundowner locations were each night. The food and food service was good and we really loved the song and dance before each meal. The room was large and the bed comfortable. I liked the tent design though it might get hot in the midsummer months so I'd think about when to travel. Overall this is a great place and we would return if we went back to Africa

"A very special place"

We stayed here for 3 nights as part of our honeymoon in Botswana and were blown away by how high the quality of service, friendliness of staff and how knowledgeable the guides were. The accommodation & the camp The room itself is simple, modest but lovely. The rooms are decently furnished with dark wood furniture with neutral tones which blends well with the surrounding environment. The bed is big and comfortable and overall, the room is pretty decent in size and is very clean and well kept. At nighttime it gets quite cold but they've made sure you've got enough blankets/duvet so that you are kept very warm. In the room, there is a safe to store your valuables, a torch/flashlight in case you need it, a DOOM insect spray just in case you're skittish about invading insects and an insect repellent for the skin for you to use in the event you've forgotten yours. There is a big separate modern bathroom (very clean again with great shower pressure! Very surprised as we were in the bush!), and a corridor that separates the bedroom and the bathroom - which usually lets in a lot more insects as it's not completely closed off from the outside. We got the honeymoon suite (which effectively is the same as the other rooms but with the exception of an additional viewing deck). Definitely a plus! The rooms are run on a generator so electricity would usually go off 30-40 mins after the last person finishes drinks/dinner (then turned back on at around 5:45am-ish). This is to be expected as you are in the middle of the bush in the middle of nowhere! But equally, it also proved to be quite troublesome as a couple of times we were not able to charge our batteries (for the iPhone, GoPro, and camera) but thankfully we brought spare batteries just in case. The grounds of the camp are lovely - everything is clean and well maintained and in the main area, they have a little bar, library and sitting area for people to relax before serving up dinner. There is also an open fire below the dinner room where people can sit around and enjoy the evening and the evening sky - what a lovely touch. Food wise, I am incredibly surprised by how well they did on this front. For one, the food is delicious. The chef is very talented and cooks up a variety of dishes every night - chicken curry, lamb chops, potato dauhinoise, fillet of beef, fish etc and they always have a few vegetable dishes to go with the meats. One cannot go hungry here! Every meal is delicious. And there is SO much food and drink that we reckon we'd put on weight after only a few days! Secondly, they cater for so many different diets really well. I am gluten intolerant as it forces me to restrict a lot of food because of the reactions I get. The staff and chef at Camp Moremi were absolutely brilliant. They knew me by face and at breakfast, lunch, tea and dinner they served me all sorts of gluten free options (ie homemade bread made from millet, polenta cakes, gf pasta, just to name a few! Served in a separate bowl/plate - away from the other food). In fact, once I was reaching for something that I thought was okay to eat but they stopped me right away and said it's not gluten free as it had flour in it. Amazing! I ate so much bread here - something I normally can't eat - that I think it really scared the staff. With that said, let's just say this place catered for my diet so much better than some countries that I've been to in Western Europe! On the last night, we had our own little honeymooner table out on the patio. It was so romantic as they brought us a bottle of sparkling wine and we could stargaze whilst having dinner. The chef also came out to explain to us what we were having for dinner and everything felt so special and intimate. Really loved it! The only small criticism I have of this place is that water and drinks should be made readily available at any time of the day. As it gets pretty hot throughout the day and as this is a place where people are spending their 'holiday', drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic, esp water!) should be made available for people in case they want to have an afternoon drink outside of the fixed dining times or right before they leave the camp (and before jumping into the very hot plane). That aside, everything else was brilliant. The staff The staff are like one big family. Every night there is so much singing and dancing (of traditional Botswana music) that they really make you feel welcomed and at home. They introduce each of their staff and the roles they play and they explain to you what you will be having for dinner and drinks. At every meal, a member of staff (whether it's management or a guide from another group or your guide), sits with you - this is great because you get to ask them all kinds of questions and you get the opportunity to learn about the country, the culture and the people. So unlike most places, there's no separation between You and The Staff. Here, it's everyone together - everyone watches out for one another. Activities The game drives - this was by far the best thing about this place. Our guide / driver was Kops. He is THE person to guide you. Every day we would "hunt" for animals as he taught us the things to look out for when we went tracking for animals. So every day we would track animals and as such we saw lions literally every day; we saw a leopard being chased by hyenas, wild dogs napping, vultures feasting on a baby wildebeest, x number of elephants/giraffes/zebras/gazelles, ostriches, hippos, crocodiles, you name it we saw it... and at least 3 times. And on one of the days we went on an 11.5h game drive - it was unforgettable! It was wild! Kops is the type of guide who is great at guiding and explaining things but equally he is great at driving and finding animals. We were able to see all these animals not because we sat idly in our cars waiting for them to come to us. We actively looked for them and tracked them as one should do. With that said, we even managed to flush out a leopard and boy was it an experience. The other activity we did was a sundowner cruise. On this motorboat cruise, again it was Kops at the helm. Not only did we find a big elephant grazing away in the water, we saw crocs and many types of birds. Then, Kops pulled us over to the most beautiful spot for a sundowner. And we were able to capture some of the most beautiful images of the African sunset - it was mind blowing. To sum up, this was an amazing place to spend a few days in Botswana. The food is sublime, the staff are wonderful and the game drives and activities on offer are out of this world. The reason why I gave this a 4 stars though is solely based on the accommodation as it could be better (ie more modern and contemporary). With that said, the staff did say they are closing this place down from November '17 for a few months to make some big changes and renovations, i.e. one of the changes being going from generator to solar power, which means 24/7 electricity. So if this place becomes anything like their sister lodge Camp Okavango, it would be without a shadow of a doubt a 5/5. The potential for this place could be out of this world.

"Trip of a lifetime "

My granddaughter and I stayed a few years back and wanted to finally write a review. It was truly a trip to remember, the lodge is beautiful the rooms are lovely and the staff made us feel so at home. We still talk about our trip now and won't ever forget it. Thank you for making it wonderful Dominique and Gemma

"Go back in a heartbeat"

The camp itself is modest with a lodge\dining area\bar, a larger outdoor area for breakfast and lunch and bungalows that are sort of 1/2 tent and 1/2 cabin. The bungalows have solid floors and en suite bathrooms. The camp accesses a national game reserve and is built this way on purpose, as they are not allowed to build permanent structures. Meals are good and there's a bar, small swimming pool and laundry service. All of this is nice but the experience is the people and their zeal to give you a good experience. The game drives and river rides put you in the middle of the African bush, where you see lots of animals but also experience the sights, sounds and smells of the delta. Our guide (Vinnie) is a walking encyclopedia who made what would have been a good trip into a great. We would say to Vinnie, Manila, Lopsy, Stephen, Thomas, KT and everyone I've left out that we will see you again.

"Amazing Place"

We spent our honeymoon in Botswana and were recommended to stay at one land- and one water based camp. Most people stayed at the camps for 2-3 nights. However, wer decieded to spend 4 nights at Moremi and did not regret it one moment. The rooms were very tidy and spacious, the staff was friendly and helpful and the spirit in the camp very warm. Food was excellent and much attention was given to sustainability, which we loved - especially in this fragile eco environment. Especially we wish to point out the guides. Mod, who was our guide for the entire stay is a true encyclopedia and was ever restles to show us the most spectacular sightings. He is also an enthusiastic photographer and was always happy to give tips. We could not have asked for more. Thank you to all the crew for this unforgettable stay! Camp Moremi will undergo a total renovation and we are sure it will ever more worth visiting. Susanna and Patrick / Switzerland

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