Mombo Camp

LodgesSouthern AfricaBotswanaMoremi Game ReserveMombo Camp
Highlights
  • Prolific Wildlife
    This remote region is well known for its prolific wildlife, often referred to as Botswana’s best safari location.
  • Design in Mind
    The camp’s architects designed a camp that blends seamlessly into its natural environment.
  • Plunge Pool Relaxation
    Take the edge off the heat of the day with a relaxing dip in the camp’s plunge pool, overlooking the surrounding plains.
  • Game Viewing from Your Tent
    Each of the luxury tents has their own private deck with sala offering good game viewing opportunities.
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General Information

Mombo Camp is in Botswana and is at the northern tip of Chief’s Island in the wildlife haven of the Moremi Game Reserve. This area is well known for its plethora of plains game and predators.

In true African safari style, this luxury camp is shaded by large trees and raised a few metres off the ground to amplify the views. There are only 9 spacious en-suite tents that each have their own veranda, a sala and indoor as well as outdoor showers.

Amenities
  • Swimming pool
  • Gym
  • Bar
  • Cultural Tours
Location

Mombo Camp lies on the northern tip of Chief’s Island within the Moremi Game Reserve, the largest landmass in the Okavango Delta.

Rooms

Described by some guests as canvas ‘pavilions’ and not tents, the accommodation at Mombo is some of the most luxurious to be found throughout Africa. Mombo Camp has nine luxuriously furnished ‘pavilions’, all raised off the ground and connected by wooden walkways. The rooms are beautifully designed with private balconies giving you your very own view of the floodplain infront, double headed power showers in each of the ensuite bathrooms and huge four poster beds (and an additional outdoor shower for those of you wanting to shower under the stars!).

Dining

The dining area, complete with a vast eucalyptus carved table, chunky made-to-order silver cutlery and canvas and teak directors chairs, has its own decking area where al fresco meals are served under the stars. Dining at Mombo is one of the camp’s priorities, and something it excels at – tuna carpaccio and chilli calamari being just a couple of tasters of the head chef Craig’s menu – not many camps will attempt and succeed at seafood in a landlocked country.

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