O Bona Moremi
O Bona Moremi: Our View
Located in the game-rich Khwai Community Concession bordering the Moremi Game Reserve, O Bona Moremi is accessible by road from Maun or by light aircraft into the Khwai airstrip. This classic styled safari camp offers a really affordable option without all the expensive frills.
The accommodation comprises comfortable en-suite meru tents raised on wooden deck platforms overlooking a (mostly dry) tributary of the Khwai River. The camp is not fenced off and therefore open to the wandering wildlife that live in the Khwai, most especially the relaxed bull elephants that Khwai is so famous for. The Moremi Game Reserve is separated from the Khwai area by only the Khwai River, and Moremi North Gate is only 3km from O Bona Moremi, providing easy access to the Park.
O Bona Moremi offers two different rate options – fully inclusive which includes all meals, drinks, activities and laundry service, and full board which excludes activities and therefore suitable for self-drivers.
O Bona Moremi: Quick Facts
- Accommodation consists of 11 meru en-suite twin bedded tents and 1 honeymoon tent
- Fans and charging points in all tents
- Children of all ages permitted
- Swimming pool, lounge, bar, dining area, fire pit
- Game drives (day & night) in the Khwai concession, on & off road, and day drives into the Moremi Game Reserve
- Maximum of 6 people per game drive vehicle, and for groups a maximum of 9 people
- Seasonal mokoro excursions, water levels permitting (minimum age 12 years)
- Airstrip (Khwai) 10min drive from the camp
O Bona Moremi: The Details
As there is no family tent (adults are required to split up and share with children under 18 years of age) this is perhaps not the best option for family groups. O Bona Moremi is certainly one of the most affordable options in the Okavango Delta region, providing comfortable accommodations, wholesome meals, and excellent game viewing. The Khwai and Moremi Game Reserve are open to the public however, so be prepared to have numerous vehicles at sightings including self drivers, mobile safari campers and other camp/lodge operators who all have access to this part of the Delta.