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.
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.
En-suite safari tents.
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.
Open all year round
Time slows down at Moremi Crossing as guests have the chance to experience the Okavango Delta and its game from a very different, slower and closer, perspective whilst on foot, or silently being poled by mokoro through the Delta’s waterways in search of game.
No game drives are conducted at Moremi Crossing.
Through the provision of high quality guiding services and new custom made boats Moremi Crossing offers a more personalized wildlife experience.
Activities on offer are half or full day mokoro trips with game walks, bush walks with picnic lunch, wilderness camping and sunset motorboat cruises.
Game walks are conducted on Chief’s Island where you may come across numerous animal species, not to mention our wide selection of birds and insects.
For the more adventurous we offer wilderness camping. This involves packing up a mokoro with camping equipment and going with a professional guide out into the Delta for a night or two. It’s a magical experience and a good way to get close to the birds and animals that the Delta has to offer.
For the less energetic there are boat cruises up and down the Boro River or you can take advantage of the relaxed atmosphere of the camp and its facilities.
Moremi Crossing combines simplicity with luxury and is a perfect place to unwind and enjoy nature at its best.
As Moremi Crossing is a water based camp it 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.