Moremi Crossing

  • Located in the south-east of the Okavango Delta
  • New eco-friendly safari camp.
  • 16 spacious tents with ensuite
  • Mokoro trips, motorboat and walking safaris

Moremi Crossing does not offer game drives, so game-viewing is limited to walking safaris, motorboat and mokoro trips.

Moremi Crossing is larger than we would like, and the safari here is rather limited, however it is a reasonable lower-priced option which would suit travellers on a tighter budget. The camp is crescent-shaped and built on several levels to appear more spacious.

Moremi Crossing is situated in the busy Gunns Concession on the edge of the Moremi Game Reserve. It is one of the largest safari camps in the Delta and sits on a small palm-fringed island just off the southern tip of Chiefs Island.

All the rooms have wonderful views of the Okavango waterways, floodplains, grasslands and woods. The lounge, dining room and bar are open-plan and have a high thatched roof. Outside, a shaded deck area leads to a pool. Accommodation is in 16 classic safari tents with ensuite showers and private viewing decks where guests can sit enjoying the fabulous view.

Activities are mainly water-based as game drives are not available here, but walking safaris are also popular.

"Moremi Crossing is a no frills authentic safari camp surrounded by the waterways of the Okavango Delta and Moremi Game Reserve. It’s a great little property but one that in my opinion suffers from only offering walks and boating activities."