Moremi Crossing is situated on a palm fringed island surrounded by the Moremi 's game rich seasonal floodplains and overlooking Chief 's Island in the Okavango Delta. Light and airy tents are set under a canopy of trees on the water's edge.
Moremi Crossing Introduction
Moremi Crossing is a new 16 tented camp built on a palm fringed island surrounded by the Moremi's game-rich seasonal floodplains and overlooking Chief's Island. Moremi Crossing will be a new style safari camp combining luxury with simplicity. With 16 tents Moremi Crossing is a large camp by Okavango Delta standards; however, this does not detract from the overall feel, which is one of restrained and ecologically sensitive luxury delivered with simple elegance. In keeping with the pristine environment Moremi Crossing features the latest in solar and waste disposal technology making it 100% eco-friendly.
Each of the 16 tents are en suite on raised decks. Each tent has a veranda. The dining area, bar and lounge hug the tree line, offering little areas of comfort, privacy and spaciousness.
- For some adventure, consider spending a night or two camping wild on a remote island.
- Half or full day mokoro outings with interpretive games walks and sunset motorboat cruises.
- The main building consists of a large open plan deck that has a spectacular view over the Boro River onto Chief's Island.
Moremi Crossing Game Viewing and Activities
The camp offers a personalised wildlife experience through the provision of high quality guiding services and new custom made boats. Activities include mokoro excursions and guided game walks on Chief’s Island, which is part of the Moremi Game Reserve and just across the Boro River that separates it from Ntswi Island. Two guests are allocated one guide who then transports them in his mokoro to different areas within of the game reserve where they commence their walk. Guides converse in English and point out not only big game, but also bird life and plant life. Guests can learn anything from plants and their medicinal uses, to birds and their calls. It is an amazing way to experience the Delta and many guests leave appreciating the smaller life as opposed to just the normal big five! For the more adventurous there is a chance to do wilderness camping. This involves packing up a mokoro with camping equipment and going with a professional guide out into the Delta for a night or two. It’s a magical experience and a good way to get close to the birds and animals that the Delta has to offer.