Built on a palm fringed island, Moremi Crossing is a new safari lodge surrounded by the Moremi's game-rich floodplains and overlooking Chief's Island.
Accommodations at the camp consist of sixteen spacious Meru-style tents set on raised wooden decks. Each tent comes with an en suite bathroom with a sink, an outdoor shower heated by solar power, and a flush toilet. A private veranda is the perfect spot to relax and take in the beauties of the Boro River overlooking Chief’s Island. There is also a Family Tent which can house up to two adults and two children and a Honeymoon Tent with a romantic outdoor bath.
The camp is ideally situated in the world-famous Okavango Delta. Known as the “jewel of the Kalahari” the flood waters cover an area of over anywhere from 9,000 square miles in the drier season to 13,000 square miles in the wetter season. As part of the African Rift Valley System its geography has resulted in the ‘capture’ of the Okavango River that has formed the Delta and its extensive waterways, swamps, flooded grasslands, and floodplains. Not surprisingly, this oasis attracts some of the world’s highest concentrations of wildlife, including all the quintessential African mammals from lion to elephant to hippo to giraffe to rhino to zebra as well as crocodiles, hyena, cheetah, leopard, sable antelope, buffalo, zebra, warthog, and chacma baboon. The delta is also the home of hundreds of bird species.