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Reviewed 9 December 2017

Perfect spot for seeing a whole variety of animals in the Okavango Delta. Easily accessible from Maun and yet remote enough and sufficiently into the Delta that you're seeing the real deal. The staff were lovely, well organised and very informative. Excellent amenities and very well maintained.

Room tip: All rooms have a direct view of the Delta and are on one of the branches of the river.
Date of stay: January 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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1  Thank AbitCrisp
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Reviewed 15 November 2017

The employees at this camp cannot do enough for you and with a joie de vivre that is enchanting.... The sightings of animals was wonderful... the variety of experiences was appreciated... you can ,WITH A GUIDE, go on a ride in a dugout canoe, ride in a motorboat and/or go on nature walk... and after dinner you must be escorted to your "cabin".... the facilities provided are comfortable and sufficient - each cabin has an indoor toilet and running water facilities...but you are really in the middle of nowhere and have to fly in in a 4 seater plane. The food is excellent and bountiful ... the staff provided a wonderful night of entertainment - singing and dancing. The staff especially Godfrey and Zulu were beyond wonderful... I can only hope that the corporation that owns this camp, will make a concerted effort to get Godfrey the eye surgery that he so needs.

Date of stay: November 2017
1  Thank alesquire
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Reviewed 5 November 2017

We stayed at Moremi for two nights in September 2017. The camp is comfortable and feels safe, albeit slightly less fast-paced than some of the camps in the Delta - we did not fin the boat safaris to be as exhilarating as the Jeep-based safaris found in some of the less wet areas of the Delta.

The Mokoro rides and walking safaris however were great fun, very different!

The tents were comfortable, though this is a large (17 tent) installation which is less 'exclusive' than some of the other camps in the same area. Given that the camp is 15 years, it is beginning to show its age in some places, however the location is still magical - on our last night, we had an elephant shaking palm nuts onto the roof of our tent and a hippo wallowing in front of it!

Date of stay: September 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Lukas P
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Reviewed 5 November 2017

We were staying 2 nights at Moremi Crossing Camp in the end of August 2017.

The flight from Kasane airport in a tiny plane (the pilot and 3 passengers) was quite amazing!

The camp consists of 16 tents. All is included in the price: meals, drinks, safaris.

The staff is very friendly and the rangers quite competent. Thank you to Shakapira!

We’ve made one mokoro safari (you have to experience it but you don’t see much as the grass is quite high along the shores), two speedboat safaris and one walking safari. This last one was the best and most amazing one! Don’t forget to take warm clothes with you as it is quite chilly in the morning and when you come back from safari after sunset (especially on the speedboat!).

You have to be aware that Internet and mobile phones do not work here. You’d better inform your relatives before leaving home so that they know that you can’t be reached during a few days.

The tents are well equipped; you have light but no plugs (so no hairdryer for example). To charge your camera you do it in the bar area. It’s very safe, no worries.

You are not allowed to go out of your tent when it’s dark, you have to be accompanied by a ranger to go to or come back from the dining area in the evening. So they come to pick you up at the time you chose.

You have two safaris in a day: one in the morning (leaving at 7:30) and one in the afternoon (leaving at 16:00). A light breakfast is served at 7:00 and you have a brunch when you come back around 11:30. Tea time is at 15:30, just before leaving for the second safari. Dinner is at 19:30 (starter, buffet for two main courses and vegetables, desert).

If you want to completely disconnect for a few days and if you are a friend of nature you’ll definitely enjoy Moremi Crossing.

Date of stay: August 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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1  Thank 2201-LLMA
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Reviewed 6 October 2017 via mobile

I’ve been here for a couple days and everything was great. Great rooms, great food, very good looking lodge with large wooden dining and cocktail area. The guide was awesome and the safari were amazing especially for the walking one!! All of the staff was very kind and always there for any request!

Date of stay: October 2017
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank Arkion
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