Moremi Game Reserve

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Itinerary Ideas

Make your Moremi safari the centrepiece of an epic Botswana itinerary. Home to one of the greatest densities of big game in Africa, the Moremi Game Reserve combines with the Chobe National Park and the Okavango Delta to create an unbeatable wildlife experience. If you want a study in contrast to the well-watered Moremi, then consider a Kalahari safari add-on; a few nights spent surrounded by oceans of sand and silence. And with Victoria Falls just across the border from the Chobe River, you can end your itinerary with the Smoke that Thunders.

Moremi is however a reserve of different environments. Some lodges lie on permanent water and offer boating all year; others are set in seasonally dry grasslands. Accommodations located in private concessions offer night drives and walks, adding to your experience. When designing a Moremi safari, it is important to establish the nature of the lodge – water or land-based, privately located or not – when deciding on your accommodation.

Browse our recommended tours below, each including a Moremi safari and a number of other wildlife destinations. If you’d like a more personalised solution, simply contact us and we’ll tailor-make a Moremi safari to your requirements.

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Top Experiences

THINGS TO LOOK FORWARD TO IN MOREMI

1. Go on a Game Drive

Led by expert guides, morning & afternoon game drives are the best way to see Moremi’s wildlife; lodges in private concessions are allowed to offer night drives too, the best way to see nocturnal animals.

2. Take to the Water

Many Moremi Reserve lodges sit next to water & offer excursions by motor boat. It’s a great way to see birds & smaller animals – ask us about the best accommodation for water-based safaris.

3. Track Cats & Wild Dogs

With so many animals around, it is little wonder that Moremi is a predator paradise. Lion, leopard & cheetah are all seen regularly & the reserve is a vital stronghold for the African wild dog.

4. Go Bird Watching

With well over 400 recorded species, Moremi is a bird watching paradise. There’s plenty to see during the winter safari season but keen birders may want to visit in summer when migrant species arrive.

5. Go Private

Privately-run concessions adjoin the Moremi Game Reserve. They offer equally good game viewing & the chance to go on spot-lit night drives (not permitted in Moremi) plus guided walks.

6. Visit a Local Community

With guides & staff drawn from nearby villages, several Moremi lodges encourage interaction between their guests & the local community. It’s a great chance to learn about life in big game country.

7. Walk the Wild

Whether it’s a stroll around camp or a morning spent on Chief’s Island, the biggest land mass in the delta, a guided nature walk reveals the intricate details behind Moremi’s giant trees & big game.

8. Book a Spa Treatment

Several Moremi lodges rank among the finest in Botswana, offering unbridled comfort & service. Especially recommended for honeymooners, these camps offer spa treatments, private dining & romantic touches.

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