One of the newest and larger of the camps in the Okavango Delta Moremi Crossing has been build on a palm fringed island overlooking Chief’s Island. The camp prides itself on its eco friendly approach to solar and waste disposal.
The accommodation consists of 16 en suite tents on raised decks, each with their own veranda. The camps includes both a family and honeymoon tent. The crescent-shaped main building consists of a large open plan deck that has a spectacular view over the Boro River onto Chief’s Island providing feeling of space. The dining room, bar and lounge are covered by a large thatched roof and includes various small private lounge areas which have been created for comfort and privacy. Moremi Crossing also has a curio shop.
Situated on the edge of the Moremi Game Reserve, Moremi Crossing offers the traditional activities of a water based camp, mokoro excursions, bush walks and boat cruises. Additionally Moremi Crossing offers island camping.
Mokoro excursions give guests a sedate way to experience the Okavango Delta at a pace which allows guests to absorb the scenery.
Bush walks at Moremi Crossing are conducted on surrounding islands provide an exhilarating way of viewing undisturbed game under the supervision of a qualified guide. These walks allow the guide the opportunity to point out details often missed on vehicle borne safaris.
Motor boat excursions provide a way of exploring the channels of the Okavango Delta’s Boro River as it slowly flows towards Maun. Motor Boats allow guests to travel further afield experiencing the breadth of the Okavango Delta.
With access predominantly by using Moremi Crossing’s private airstrip guests are able to gain an understanding of the scale of the Okavango Delta as they fly in. Moremi Crossing is often combined with Under One Botswana Sky’s Pom Pom camp.