Glide among labyrinths of papyrus in a dug-out canoe, spot a Pel’s fishing-owl and experience the sun setting over the silhouettes of mokolwane palm trees in one of the most unique ecosystems in the world
Moremi Game Reserve is a juxtaposition of landscapes. Here, mopane woodland rubs shoulders with acacia forests and papyrus-lined lagoons. The reserve forms part of the Okavango Delta, the only inland delta in southern Africa, and offers explorers not only a wide variety of fauna and flora, but also game activities to suit every taste and fitness level. Visitors can enjoy a morning boat ride, floating between hippo pods and spotting a wide variety of waterbirds. At most lodges and camps, afternoons are usually spent tracking game in an open game-viewing vehicle. Some lodges also offer walking safaris.
Yes, Moremi is a game reserve located in the Okavango Delta.
Moremi may be reached by road through two main entrance gates: the North Gate, which is located near the Khwai River and is accessible from Chobe National Park, and the South Gate, which is 90 kilometers from Maun and 30 kilometers from the North Gate.
The road from Maun is paved for 60 kilometers before turning into a gravel road that leads to the reserve.
The Moremi Game Reserve, which includes the Moremi Tongue and Chief's Island, is located in the center and eastern parts of the Okavango Delta.