Enjoy the magic of the great African tented safaris in modern comfort at Botswana's Mombo Trails Camps. The area is home to a large number of wildlife like rhinos, giraffes, zebras, cheetahs and leopards, making it one of the best game viewing areas in Southern Africa.
Mombo Trails Camp is located in the UNESCO-recognized Okavango Delta’s Moremi Game reserve. The camp has eight luxury tents with two single beds and can accommodate 16 guests. Tents are on low wooden decks with sandy walkways between and overlook the floodplains where elephants, lions and buffaloes roam. This property blends seamlessly into the surrounding nature and lies nestled among towering trees that provide cooling shade.
Each spacious tent is open-planned and has en-suite facilities with double vanity basins, an indoor shower and a separate toilet. A small lounge area, writing desk, chair, covered outdoor deck seating area, mosquito net, pedestal and ceiling fans, bathrobes, slippers, toiletries, insect repellent and mosquito coil are provided in each tent. Canvas flaps can be rolled up or down for privacy. Two way radios keep you connected to the guides and staff at all times.
The main area has two large tents, one for dining under the stars or the canopy of trees, and the other a bar and lounge. A campfire in the center of the two provides an opportunity to gather and chat with the other guests and guides about your experiences.
Massage treatments are provided in your personal tent and charging facilities make it easy to get cameras ready for the next day’s adventure into this northern Botswanan wilderness.
The people who once lived in this area called it “the place of plenty.” Morning and afternoon game drives in an open vehicle give you an up-close encounter to mother nature’s beautiful animal kingdom. Hot water bottles, blankets and lined ponchos are provided in the winter months to keep warm. Picnics are arranged for full day excursions. Mombo Trails is located near the split of the Okavango River, making it the perfect spot for birds and beasts living in the area’s sand, swamps, marshes, woodlands and floodplains dotted with wild dates and palm trees.Request Information