Moremi Botswana
Moremi Botswana

Botswana

Moremi

Moremi Game Reserve is situated in the central and eastern areas of the Okavango, and includes the Moremi Tongue and chief’s island, boasting one of the richest and most diverse ecosystems on the continent.

This makes for spectacular game viewing and bird watching, including all major naturally occurring herbivore and carnivore species in the region, and over 400 species of birds, many migratory and some endangered. Both Black and White Rhino have recently been re-introduced, now making the reserve a ‘Big Five’ destination.

It is the only officially protected area of the Okavango Delta, and as such holds tremendous scientific, environmental and conservation importance.

Moremi Botswana Sun Bird Destinations
  1. Tackle Tigerfish in the Mambo Ya rapids Explore

    This large, freshwater game fish is found in abundance in the Chobe River but that doesn’t mean it is easy to catch!

  2. Paddle a makoro (dugout canoe) Explore

    Experience the quiet backwaters of the Chobe River whilst keeping an eye out for rare birds such as the Fish Eagle.

  3. Take in a natural or cultural tour Explore

    For a deeper understanding of the region, embrace a 2000 year old baobab tree, meet the locals at a nearby cultural village or come face to face with the animals in the reptile park.

  4. Enjoy a sightseeing cruise to Sedudu Island Explore

    Submerged by water for several months of the year, Sedudu Island on the Chobe River, is a perfect location for taking sunset photographs, accompanied by the sights and sounds of nature.

  5. De-stress and pamper yourself Explore

    Many of the lodges in this area have spa facilities allowing guests to indulge in some relaxation therapy whilst on safari.

  6. Indulge your passion for sport in the most unlikely of places Explore

    With a golf course and other sports facilities available in the area, keep fit whilst enjoying the view of Africa on your doorstep!

Various Venues in Moremi

Below are some of the venues avaliable for Conferences, Incentives and Leisure travel.

Camp Moremi

For the classic African safari experience, look no further than Camp Moremi in Botswana’s world-renowned Moremi Game Reserve. Camp Moremi is situated on the edge of the Xakanaxa Lagoon in an area well known for its spectacular game-viewing opportunities.

There are twelve tents, with twin or double occupancy. Guests will enjoy the luxurious seclusion of East African-style safari tents, each one set on a raised teak deck, each featuring an en suite bathroom. Accommodating a maximum of twenty-four guests, Camp Moremi ensures exclusivity and privacy in a tranquil environment.

Guest activities include morning and afternoon game drives throughout the many different ecosystems that the Moremi Game Reserve has to offer. Explore the Xakanaxa Lagoon and its surrounding channels by boat for a chance to enjoy the picturesque waters of the Okavango Delta, with its kaleidoscope of birdlife.

Experienced guides will introduce you to a whole new world of wildlife; watch a Leopard stretched out lazily in the branches of a Mopane tree, herds of Elephant grazing under a canopy of green or a pride of Lions camouflaged in the long grass. Moremi Game Reserve’s incredible wetlands support a vast number of antelope, including Impala, Kudu and Waterbuck. The majestic Fish Eagle and vivid Malachite Kingfisher are frequently seen and even the rare Pel’s Fishing Owl makes an occasional appearance, to the delight of guides and guests alike.

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Botswana is landlocked and has a subtropical desert climate characterized by great differences in day and night temperatures, virtually no rainfall and overall low humidity.

Dry season - May to October - Winter: There is little to no rain during the entire winter and humidity is low, typically 20-40%. Animals will concentrate around waterholes and rivers when other water resources dry up.

May - The temperatures are relatively cool, typically 10°C/50°F in the morning and 28°C (80°F) in the afternoon.

June, July & August - Be sure to pack winter clothing because morning game drives in open vehicles will be cold. The average morning temperature is 6°C (42°F). Night temperatures can drop below freezing, especially in the dryer Kalahari areas. Afternoons will be more pleasant with temperatures around 25°C (78°F).

September & October - The heat gradually builds and it can get very hot in October 38°C (100°F), but the average temperature remains around 34°C (93°F) in the afternoon.

Americans, UK Nationals, Canadians & Australians do not require a visa for stays of up to 90 days.

For more information about countries subject to/exempt from Botswanian visa requirements, please visit

All visitors entering Botswana must hold a passport that is valid for at least six months, except those with United Nations Convention travel documents. Visitors must also have outgoing travel documents and sufficient funds to finance their stay.

Valid entry visas for the countries which do require them may be obtained from Botswana's various embassies and high commissions abroad. In countries where Botswana is not represented, visas may be obtained from the British High Commission. Entry visas obtained at border posts are valid for a maximum of 30-90 days. Extensions may be obtained from any immigration office in Botswana.

No visitor is allowed more than a 90-day stay in every calendar year, unless permission has been granted in the form of a waiver pending the outcome of a residence permit application.

Malaria is of particular risk in the northern parts of Botswana between November and June and prophylactics are recommended.

Visitors who are camping or walking in the bush should be cautious of tick bites.

There are no compulsory vaccinations, but a yellow fever vaccination certificate is required from travellers over one year of age passing through yellow fever zones. Botswana has a good public health system, but facilities are limited outside urban areas. HIV/Aids infections are at a high level. Common sense should prevail in all liaisons with local people.

Travel Insurance is recommended and should include medical evacuation by air if this is not specifically catered for by your ground agent. Travelers should carry an adequate supply of their prescribed medicines with them.

Tap water in urban areas is safe to drink and all foodstuffs are safe to consume.

Drive on the left and give way to traffic approaching from the right. The general speed limit is 100km/h on open roads and 60km/h in urban areas.

Departure Dates Confirmed Dates Trip Status Trip Status Price (PP) Including Flights Price (PP) Excluding Flights  
Fri 18 Oct '16 - Sun 04 Nov '16
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$2,779
$3,170
Fri 18 Oct '16 - Sun 04 Nov '16
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$2,679
$3,970
Fri 18 Oct '16 - Sun 04 Nov '16
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$1,779
$3,470
Fri 18 Oct '16 - Sun 04 Nov '16
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$2,779
$3,970
Fri 18 Oct '16 - Sun 04 Nov '16
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$3,779
$4,970
Fri 18 Oct '16 - Sun 04 Nov '16
Available & Guaranteed
$2,879
$3,970
Fri 18 Oct '16 - Sun 04 Nov '16
Available & Guaranteed
$2,679
$1,970
Fri 18 Oct '16 - Sun 04 Nov '16
Booked & Guaranteed
$4,779
$3,970
Fri 18 Oct '16 - Sun 04 Nov '16
Available & Guaranteed
$5,779
$3,270
Fri 18 Oct '16 - Sun 04 Nov '16
Available & Guaranteed
$2,779
$3,970