This camp takes advantage of activities on the Delta waters
2018 $380 - $635
Okavango Delta - WET Camp
Price Range (2018)
$380 - $635
Moremi Crossing Map
Safari Lifestyles has not yet visited Moremi Crossing camp. We do know however that it is the sister of Gunns' camp nearby and has more accommodation availability. Situated in the same area, Moremi Crossing also shares the same types of activities as Gunns'.
From our initial thoughts about the style, size, type of accommodation and the area its sits in, we have given Moremi Crossing a 3 star rating. All information here has been retrieved from the management company direct. We know the owning group very well and are assured of their general high standards with their other Lodges.
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Wet camp. Water excursions, game walks and wilderness camping
Overlooking Chiefs Island, Okavango Delta
By Light aircraft transfer to airstrip then boat vehicle transfer to camp
Classic style lodge with 16 fully en-suite tents
Children of 6 and over accepted with conditions
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Moremi Crossing being a water based camp offers a wide variety of animal and bird species, our walks on Chief’s Island give you the opportunity to get a better view of not just the big animals but the smaller insects and birds that contribute to the Okavango’s vast ecosystem.
Game, which has been spotted on walks, has been Lion, Leopard, Wild dog, Elephant, Giraffe, Zebra, Buffalo, Red Lechwe and many more. On the mokoro’s you get to see the water birds like African Jacana’s, African Fish eagles and if you look carefully you will see the Malakite Kingfishers darting between the reeds, there is also a chance that your guide will find the rare Pel’s Fishing owl.
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 is a new style safari camp combining luxury with simplicity. This is a 100% eco-friendly development featuring the latest in solar and waste disposal technology. the camp and its near neighbour and sister camp, Gunns Camp, is leading the way in making the Okavango Delta as environmentally friendly as possible. The camp runs off a massive solar-panel plant, which feeds power to the entire camp.
Hot water is supplied through a state-of-the-art solar-heated geyser system, delivering hot water to each room.
The central mess area houses a large open plan deck that has spectacular far reaching views over the Boro River onto Chief’s
Island. This half moon shaped area is built on different levels to give you the feeling of space. Dining room, bar and lounge is
covered by a large thatched roof that hugs the ancient riverine tree line and accentuates its most beautiful assets.
Various small private lounge areas are created for comfort, privacy and spaciousness. Within the tree line you will find a nice shaded decked area that leads to the pool. The whole camp is shaded by magnificent Llala Palms, Giant Ebony, Mangosteen, Sausage and Giant Fig trees.
Luxury accommodation in 16 new-style vintage safari tents, each with its own private wooden deck and magical views over the Boro River on to Chief’s Island. All meru tents are large and airy with en suite bathrooms consisting of shower and toilet.
The camp has both a Family Tent and a Honeymoon Tent.
Located near the most southern part of Chief's Island, Moremi Crossing is situated on a small palm fringed and treed island called Ntswi which is surrounded by the Moremi's game-rich seasonal floodplains. Moremi Crossing is a short scenic 20 minute flight from Maun.
As you fly over the Delta you can see the intricate twisting and turning of the waterways and the ever-changing colours where dry land meets Delta. In contrast to the northern Okavango Delta where the waters are fast-flowing and the channels and view is enclosed by high reeds and papyrus, the channels around Moremi Crossing and its sister camp Gunn’s Camp offer far reaching vistas of the Moremi’s floodplain, grasslands and marginal woodlands interspersed with Mokolwane palm islands.
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