A mosaic of swamps, woodland, islands and waterways, the delta swells after seasonal flooding to around three times its normal size attracting animals from all over the country.
The Moremi Game Reserve is part of the Okavango Delta proper; however, as a private concession, visitors must adhere to the rules which allow only game drives and motorboat excursions, but not walking safaris. Predators abound and there are sensational opportunities to see lion, leopard and the endangered African wild dog.
Many properties within the Okavango Delta specialise in water-based experiences such as mokoro (dugout canoe) safaris and motorboat cruises. The many lagoons and water channels offer a different perspective to 4WD game viewing.
Given the variety of environments and activities available, we strongly suggest combining two or more camps in the region for a well-rounded Okavango Delta safari experience.