Situated on the edge of the Gomoti River in the Okavango Delta, Gomoti Plains Camp has the vintage feel of a romantic 1950’s tent camp with the added benefit of modern amenities.
The tent camp consists of ten luxury safari tents on raised wooden decks. There are eight double tents accommodating two guests each and two family tents for a maximum of four guests each. Channeling the grandeur of a classic safari look, each canvas tent has crisp white linens and earthy tones that blend into the surroundings. All tents have hot and cold running water, inside and outside showers, flush toilets, and twin his and hers basins. Electricity is provided for lighting and to charge electronics. It is easy to relax on the shaded front verandah with its floor to ceiling mesh sides and take in the sweeping views of the river and bushland.
The camp is located in the Okavango Delta and boasts some of the best game viewing in Africa, with a variety of species present across a range of wet and dry habitats. The camp is named after the Gomoti tree, also called the water fig, a small tree on the scale of a bush which provides excellent cover for storks and herons. Black and white rhino can be found in the Moremi section of this conservation area. It’s a great spot for encountering the Big Five as well as wild dog packs.