Moremi Crossing

Okavango Delta, Botswana

Moremi Crossing

Moremi Crossing enjoys a discrete location on the small island of Ntswi, overlooking the Boro River. Surrounded by the Okavango's seasonal floodplains, the primary focus at Moremi Crossing is on water-based activities.

Moremi Crossing boasts a simply fantastic location in the very heart of the Okavango Delta’s seasonal floodplains. Discretely situated on the small island of Ntswi, south of Chief’s Island, Moremi Crossing nestles under llala palms, mangosteen and giant ebony and fig trees, from where it overlooks the permanent Boro River.

With 16 tents, Moremi Crossing isn't the smallest camp in the Delta, and lacks something of the intimacy and privacy of its sister camp Gunn’s. For this reason, we feel it’s better suited to families with older children and groups than honeymooners.

The emphasis at Moremi Crossing is on water and walking activities (game drives are not possible). Outside of the peak season of Jul-Oct, when the waters are low, the camp focuses primarily on walking activities.

Accommodation

There are 16 vintage safari tents, all en-suite (shower and toilet) and raised on wooden decking with private verandah overlooking the Boro River and Moremi floodplains. The tents are spacious and attractively furnished. There is one honeymoon and one family tent.

Dining

Meals are served under thatch in the dining room, bar and lounge area, overlooking the river. The meals provided include early morning breakfast, 11am brunch, late lunch, and afternoon tea and dinner. Mealtimes are flexible and guests on full-day activities are provided with packed lunches.

Facilities

Lounge and dining area
Swimming pool
Curio shop
Viewing deck

Activities

Mokoro Trips (half/full day)
Game walks
Sunset Motorboat Cruises
Island Camping

Child Policy

The de facto age limit at Moremi Crossing is 12; children between 8 and 12 can be accommodated, but are not allowed on game activities.