Moremi Under Canvas

The Moremi Game Reserve is approximately 3 000 km² or 1 158 square miles of the best game viewing in the Okavango Delta, possibly in the whole of Botswana. If you choose to experience this area,as part of your Botswana Safari then you have chosen well.

The Moremi Wildlife Reserve,shares a unfenced borders with private wildlife concessions.

It is located within the eastern portion of the Okavango Delta,meaning its a smaller area within the larger Okavango Delta area.

We offer this unique luxury camping safari experience that offer you the opportunity to experience game viewing, boat cruises along lagoons and channels and dense riverine forests of the Delta.These boat cruises take you into the secluded pristine areas of the Okavango Delta.Its a magical experience.

 

Location: Okavango Delta Botswana

Best time to visit: May to December

Approximate Trip Cost:From $415.00 per person per night

Trip Summary:

2N or 3N Luxury Camping safari experience in the best game viewing area of Botswana.

Can this trip be modified: Yes

The location of this Luxury Botswana camping,with its tall mopane woodlands,spreading floodplains fringed with majestic palms make it one of Africa’s most dramatically scenic wilderness areas.

Here you will along the rivers huge old growth jackalberry, mangosteen and sausage trees.

Wildlife that you can see include buffalo, giraffe, lion, leopard, cheetah, hyena and jackal,plus a large diversity of antelope and it has a outstanding bird life.The Moremi has about 500 bird species

It is also where you will about just under 1/3 of all African wild dog,a endangered species.

The Moremi is simply stunning.

You will spend your nights in a luxury en suited tent under canvas,r close to nature in the wilderness of the African night.

Secluded campsites near the watering holes of Moremi provide a base for up close and personal adventure and discovery.

Carefully positioned as close as possible to the resident game, enjoy the simplicity of camping in one of the top wilderness areas in the world.

Camps move to a different site every five or six days, ensuring that game drives always explore a new area. This is a true African experience, with campsites in remote areas where guests can expect to see few other people or vehicles.

In the eastern portion of the Okavango Delta, which boasts a spectacular combination of landscapes and diverse wildlife.

Fully staffed mobile tents at private wilderness campsites.

Dine beneath the stars on meals prepared over an open fire.

Camp in comfort with en suite bathrooms and al fresco hot bucket showers.

Remote campsites in the pristine wilderness form a setting for five en suite safari tents, combining the natural beauty of the breathtaking setting with comfort and personalized service.

Night time noises filter through canvas walls and well-used animal trails take wildlife past the tents on their way to favorite watering holes.

Green shadows on the walls of your tent, faint birdsong filtering through the trees and the sweet fragrance of morning dew on bush vegetation welcome each new day at Moremi Under Canvas.

Steaming hot water in your en suite bathroom’s bucket shower refreshes and revitalize for the day ahead. Shady veranda areas offer a vantage point to enjoy the smaller details of life in the bush.

Crispy linens and a spacious double bed welcome weary bodies after a long day filled with discovery.

 

Morning Game Drive – As dawn breaks over the bush, the deep voice of your butler delivers a wake-up call at your tent. A tray of tea, coffee and homemade biscuits will be waiting outside your tent. Climb into an open 4×4 safari vehicle with your guide and tracker, and set off through the waking bush.

Breakfast – After a morning spent tracking down wildlife, return to the camp for a hearty bush breakfast. Feast on platters laden with toast, jams and marmalades, homemade muesli, fresh fruits and assorted cheeses. Hot breakfasts are prepared on the open fire, with eggs, omelettes, frittatas and freshly cooked pot breads.

Lunch – After breakfast, indulge in a steaming hot bucket shower or maybe a quick nap before lunch. Inviting lunch platters are served in the cool shade of the dining tent.

Afternoon Tea – While away the afternoon hours with a good book and a chilled glass of wine in the guest tent or simply watch the wonders of the bush directly from your tent’s veranda. Afternoon tea, with a selection of light snacks, will be served in the late afternoon.

Evening Game Drive – Depart on an afternoon game drive as the heat of the day starts to break. You are likely to see game coming to drink at the nearby watering holes – perhaps elephant, buffalo or the specially adapted lechwe or sitatunga.

Dinner– As you arrive back at the camp, cocktails are served around a blazing fire. Dine under the stars on a delicious bush meal cooked on the open flame. After dinner, indulge in decadent desserts, served with tea, coffee or cognac. Stories from an adventurous day are shared around a glowing campfire. You will then be escorted back to your tent, where you will drift off to sleep amidst the sounds of the African bush.

The reserve is a fantastic all year round destination. It experiences Botswana’s renowned hot, wet summers during the months of October to April. Temperatures can soar to over 40 degrees Celsius / 104 degrees Fahrenheit during the day and drop to a pleasant 25 degrees Celsius / 77 degrees Fahrenheit in the evenings.

The dry, cool winter months fall over May to September – if you are travelling over this time please pack something warm, as the nights can be chilly.

Rainfall over October/November to March brings a flourish of newborn antelope and exceptional flora.

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