Endless waterways & skyscapes in the Okavango Delta

The Moremi Crossing camp is located on the small, idyllic island of Ntswi, within the diverse confines of the Moremi Game Reserve. This relatively new and completely eco-friendly camp is surrounded on all sides by the Okavango Delta’s seasonal floodplains and looks onto Chief’s Island, the biggest island in the delta and well-known for its excellent game-viewing.

Moremi Crossing offers walking safaris and mokoro trips as well as motorised boat safaris. A prime location for birdwatching, rare sightings have included Pel’s Fishing Owl and the Ground Hornbill. When you're not cruising around the waterways of the delta, animal spotting can take place from the camp’s shaded deck overlooking the Boro River. The deck leads into a swimming pool while the camp itself is nestled among leafy palms and an assortment of ancient ebony, mangosteen, sausage and giant sycamore fig trees.

16 Luxury Tents each have a private deck that provides panoramic vistas of the floodplains and Chiefs Island, perfect for easy game spotting. Each Tent is raised and has a well-appointed en-suite bathroom with a shower and toilet. A Family Tent, sleeping two adults and two children, plus a Honeymoon Tent are available. Relish gourmet meals prepared by expert chefs in the opulent dining room on site.


  • Activities include game walks, mokoro cruises and motorboat safaris
  • Tranquil views over the lagoon from the main areas and Luxury Tents
  • Outstanding birdwatching opportunities
  • Focus on sustainable tourism and eco-friendly practice
  • Accommodation options for families and honeymooners


Plot 244, Airport Road, Border of Moremi Game Reserve


Popular Facilities

  • Swimming Pool
  • Curio Shop
  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Shuttle Service

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From $407 per person per night
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