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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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Over Camp Moremi

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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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.
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"Fantastic managers and service staff!!"

Great place within the Okavango and within the Moremi game reserve. Exceptional management team made the stay very rewarding. Excellent meals. Rooms were tented and quite nice although they do get a bit hot. No wifi which is a pain and I think was a negative to an otherwise great stay. They have a laptop but it was always busy so one has to wonder why they can't install a router and allow more access. Game drives and the guides are top notch. Game in Moremi is more like Noah's Ark in that there are a lot of variety but in ones and twos not large concentrations. Did see Leopards and Lions as well as almost all other possibilities. This is a fly in camp.

"nice to be so spoiled on my vacation"

Camp Moremi was the end of my 3 week African adventure. It was a perfect ending to an already amazing holiday. All the staff were very welcoming. The facilities had so many unexpected touches - the use of ferns as decoration features were well done. I loved that Camp Moremi was not overly modern - it was Africa! The food was very good - nice variety. Our guide KT was perfect. He read the groups wishes very well and made sure we saw what we wanted. Being a camera fan himself, he was very clever in situating the jeep at just the right angle to make sure we got the best pictures. I highly recommend Camp Moremi and our wonderful guide KT. Thank you everyone for a wonderful holiday.

"Overpriced, underwhelming, underdelivered"

Our experience to Camp Moremi started off well, we were met by officials at the airstrip "Grass & Lets" and were escorted to the lodge. Grass didn't talk much and he seemed very uninterested. Once we arrived at the lodge we were met by Erny and Albert - both great. We were told there would be a short briefing and then lunch, we were travelling in a party of 10+ and after all formalities were done, instead of lunch which we were looking forward to, we were escorted to our "rooms". We were excited as we had just come from their sister camp, Camp Okavango which had freshly renovated accommodation which was exquisite. As we walked down the sandy and dirty path to our rooms, we were in shock as to the standards of the facilities. We walked past the camp fire, which had cheap folding chairs in a semi circle, not enough for everybody. Elephant damage was abundant everywhere in the camp, trees knocked over and stripped with lots vegetation which was dead and uninviting everywhere. This was a big difference from the green and succulent garden displays around the entrance and Boma (dining area). As we entered our room, I had a weird smell hit my nose and the back of my throat. I can't quite put my finger on what it was but it wasn't good. We entered a room which was elevated floorboards with gaps where you could see through to the ground and noticed the walls didn't reach the ceiling of the tent enabling wild animals, insects and bugs to be able to enter the accommodation. 2 small crooked canvases, a coat hook from the 1940's and an old wooden table and chair that looked very out of place greeted us. We were told that you could not lock the front door with a key, only turn the lock knob from the outside or a bolt lock from the inside. We entered the bedroom portion of the tent which again smelt weird which had a portable table with a jug and 2 glasses, a small dresser, small vanity and good sized bed with mosquito net. This room was the best room of our small tent by far, however, that's not saying much. As we got our briefing by Albert, he made various comments about how other visitors were unable to figure out how to use the locks and recommended we spend most of our time at the pool as the tents get very hot and the provided fan only pushes around hot air - which we very quickly discovered was true! After the briefing we wanted to freshen up and check out the bathroom. To get to the bathroom we had to go back into the main area that divides the rooms and then proceed down the small hall to the bathroom which was locked with a key, unlike the other rooms or accommodation as a whole. The bathroom was open air with gauze to try to prevent insects and bugs, however, didn't work as we learnt and provided no protection from the elements. The bathroom was drab and very old, something from the 60s or 70s. Mismatched tiles and old wooden vanities really didn't do it for us considering the exuberant amount of money paid for a 3 night stay. People on TA have spoken of this place as a slice of heaven, I would call it a big chunk of hell. Power is turned off at night after the last person leaves the dinner and the power is turned on at 5am. That means, the fan, lights and charging amenities are turned off and you WILL be uncomfortable and you WILL have low batteries in the morning unless you charge during the day between "safaris". Speaking of safaris, the game drive was bland... It was very much a case of "there's a baboon" or "there's an elephant". There was no education or tracking stories or even conversation with our driver/tracker as we had experienced at other camps around the region. The drive is incredibly bumpy - I highly recommend holding on very tightly. The game park is crowded and once an animal such as a leopard or something more rare is spotted, it is alerted to everybody on the radio and 1 to 2 vehicles can quickly become 10-12 where overcrowding is abundant and you will lose your opportunity for good photos or serenity. What I will say about the game drives is that because of the park, you will see a lot of game in a very short amount of time. But don't expect anything else or even good photo ops. The water safari was terrible, we went on 3 or 4 and other than seeing a lot of the same 3 birds over and over, we saw nothing. 3-4 hour water safari going very slow, for nothing. Incredibly boring, I recommend taking a book. Amenities 2/10 Management Staff 7/10 - Erny was great! Food Staff 4/10 - not served drinks because they "had paperwork to do" Food 6/10 - some food incredibly salty

"True Desert and Delta"

Camp Moremi is probably the most authentic among the ones we saw and stayed at during our trip to Botswana. The management team with Erny (and Ludvick from Camp Okavango), all the camp staff and our guide Mod made our stay here a very special one and adding a day or two would most likely have helped us to get even closer to the wilderness between the desert-like dry-land and wetland of the Okavango. Animal sightings were plenty and spending an hour of siesta time at the pool was just very refreshing. We started at the Chobe Game Lodge, continued to the Savute Safari Lodge (both in the Chobe National Park), then to Camp Okavango and finally Camp Moremi. All of them are owned and operated by Desert & Delta and their management and staff are so charming and professional that one feels very well taken care of, even pampered at times. Our first visit to the southern part of Africa and to Botswana was indeed a remarkable one and the experience here at Camp Moremi provided for a great end to our trip. Thank you all!

"African wildlife heaven"

Our guide Mod was the most knowledgable, intelligent, witty, humorous and dedicated guide we have been lucky enough to tour with. He tracked animals with persistent skill, and because of that we had the most amazing encounters with a variety of cats. His sense of humour is supreme. Like the other Desert and Delta camps we stayed at, all the staff are wonderful committed people - great sense of humour and dedicated to giving you the best experience possible. We were given a surprise dinner at the pool, along a candlelit walkway. The accommodation was great - and we enjoyed listening to the night-time visits to the camp by the hippos and buffalo (just on the other side of the canvas), and the big male lion - when you realise the importance of the escorts to and from your rooms in the evenings ! More has a good balance of water and bush,the best of both worlds.

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