TinusMariaan about Belmond Khwai River Camp on Tripadvisor
Watching the sunrise from the deck of one's room and listening to the call of the African Fish Eagles makes this a paradise to any wildlife photographer.
Ocala about Sanctuary Chief's Camp on Tripadvisor
Absolute dream vacation. Took our then 12 and 14 year old daughters, who cried when we left. The people, the service, the food, the view, the safaris.... If you every get the opportunity GO!!
moira c about Camp Moremi on Tripadvisor
Our guide OD was wonderful and willingly shared his vast knowledge and insight of the animals. We were incredibly lucky to see the packs of wild dogs three days running.
lodge style Authentic Moremi
A bright, fiery sun slowly sinks into the horizon and the sky colours pink. You take a sip of your drink and slowly realise what a magnificent place this is: welcome to Camp Xakanaxa – a truly classic spot in Botwana's untouched Moremi Game Reserve.
lodge style Past and present
With strong connections to all-time favourites, Mombo Camp and Little Mombo, this camp reflects the same luxury and Botswana roots. The spirit of safari pioneers radiates through the tented camp, accompanied by African hospitality and great wildlife viewing.
lodge style Africa’s true voice
Protected by trees and on the banks of the Khwai River is Sango Camp, partly owned by local inhabitants of the area. A place where you will feel at home, from the minute you are welcomed with local songs – and this camp has some notably good singers, too.
lodge style Place of plenty
Cheetahs, lions, wild dogs – get ready for some spectacular sightings at this predator haven. And soon after arrival, you will realise that not just the game viewing is spectacular at this little gem. Kick back, relax, and immerse yourself in some soulful Moremi living.
mirike123 about Camp Xakanaxa on Tripadvisor
Straight off the small plane, straight into a jeep and within minutes we were seeing 3 different animals. WOW!
Elna S about Khwai Tented Camp on Tripadvisor
The camp works hard to minimise its environmental footprint and when staying at Khwai you feel like you are nature's guest and not intruding. The tents are spacious, clean and the beds super comfy.
Tigris15 about Camp Okuti on Tripadvisor
The camp is beautifully appointed and maintained and the food was excellent, whether served in the dining room or outside under the shade of the huge trees.
TaxiMike about Mombo Camp on Tripadvisor
It is truly the Land of Plenty. It is hard to drive for more than a few minutes without coming across zebra, giraffe, impala or other game.
Harald W about Machaba Camp on Tripadvisor
Quite a number of animals are passing through the camp – imagine you are in the swimming pool and a group of elephants is passing by only a few meters from you without any “protection” in between!
SWNH about Sango Safari Camp on Tripadvisor
We loved Moremi, mainly because it was the least developed and crowded of all the parks we visited.