Moremi Crossing

Moremi Crossing

Moremi Crossing is an unusual name for a lodge, but this is a unique location. The lodge is surrounded by a seasonal floodplain which is particularly good for wildlife. It’s just a 20 min flight from Maun and in contrast to the northern part of the Okavango Delta, where the water is fast-flowing, this part of the Delta is slow-flowing. Another subtle difference between the north and the south of the Delta is the growth of reeds and papyrus: in the north it is luxuriant and tall, in the south, low-growing, which means the views and vistas (as seen from mokoro level) are better here in the south.

Moremi Crossing Lodge Outside

The Lodge seen from mokoro-level

Moremi Crossing Accommodation

There are 16 Meru-style safari tents, each with its own private deck giving magical views over the Boro River towards Chief’s Island. The tents are large and airy with en suite bathrooms.

The lodge has its own mini-fleet of boats which are made of aluminium (so they’re light) with a shallow draught and are helmed by an experienced guide.

Moremi Crossing is 100% eco-friendly and features solar power, responsible waste disposal and zero pollution.

Moremi Crossing Tent

Meru-style tents with private verandah

Activities at Moremi Crossing

Half and full-day mokoro trips with game walks, bush walks with picnic lunch, wilderness camping, sunset motorboat cruises and fishing.

The camp is accessible from Maun by a short 15-20minutes light aircraft flight over Okavango Delta.

Moremi Crossing Bedroom

Inside one of the Meru tents.

 

Moremi Crossing Map

Map of the Okavango Delta