User Reviews – Moremi GR

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Overall rating
5/5

Moremi has a variety of landscapes, bush, swamp, savanah. Predators and prey are seen quite often. Also an excellent destination.

Linyanti best bush camping
Overall rating
5/5

Very good camping spot. Plenty of animals on camping site.

Overall rating
5/5

Moremi had the most unique wildlife experiences for me - might have just been luck - but we saw honey badgers, wild dogs and wattled cranes - 3 species I have not seen elsewhere in Africa.

Overall rating
5/5

This park has it all. Great game viewing and birding but can be expensive.

Overall rating
4/5

So many cars in 2014. Except for the elephants, we did not see all the animals we saw in 2011.

Self Drive Safari Dream
Overall rating
5/5

Moremi is a paradise for self drive safari-goers. We went in early November which is considered the off season, but, as such, there were very few people in the camps and on the roads. However, the wildlife viewing was second to none and because of the lack of people we enjoyed many sightings all to ourselves including a pair of lions, leopard in a tree on a kill and countless other non-predator sightings. Be sure to take a morning and go for a makoro (basically a wood canoe) ride through the channels. It was a very peaceful experience. Finally, the biggest advice for Moremi is to make sure you have a well equipped 4x4 and drive responsibly. While we never got stuck we did have to help get a couple get out of a mud hole that they had business driving through. The roads are tough, but if you are smart you'll have no problems.

Overall rating
2/5

We stayed in Sango and were disappointed overall. game drives with the exception of the first morning were very long and not much wildlife. Guide was not very interested. Overall we would have skipped this one.

One of the most beautiful and unspoiled places in Africa.
Overall rating
5/5

Located in the heart of the Okavango - the wildlife experience doesn't get much better than this. The lodges are small and set apart, so you feel like you have the bush to yourself. Excellent game viewing options - on foot, boat, mokoro & vehicle. Anyone who enjoys a true safari experience should put Moremi at the top of their list.

Very low water levels in the Delta, but the wildlife more than made up for it
Overall rating
4/5

Our safari took in two lodges on opposite sides of Moremi; Sango Lodge, in the Kwai concession in the east, and Pom Pom Lodge in the west.

We only went into the Moremi Game Reserve proper on one occasion: the rest of the time was spent in the other concessions, which at the time of our visit was where the most accessible wildlife (and in particular, of course, the predators) was to be found.

Sango was impeccable. A wonderful low key lodge, with superb, friendly staff and with two packs of Wild Dogs nearby. A brilliant few days.

Pom Pom lacked some of the special character of Sango, and didn't feel quite so special. Our guide and the wildlife that he was able to show us were both brilliant, so perhaps this is more a comment on how great Sango was, rather than a negative review for Pom Pom.

Overall rating
5/5

We only visited Moremi twice as we spent most of our time in the adjacent Kwai Concession. It was very quiet and unspoiled but most of our encounters were at a distance. The Kwai Concession was amazing, especially as we had a number of encounters with African Wild Dogs.

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