We'll leave to enter the renowned Moremi Game Reserve for some fantastic wildlife viewing. All of the major naturally occurring herbivore and carnivore species in the area, as well as over 400 species of birds, many of which are migratory and some of which are endangered, are found in the Moremi Game Reserve, making it an exceptional location for game viewing and bird watching. Grasslands, acacia tree forests, savannahs, and dense mopane woodlands make up the Moremi Game Reserve in addition to pans, floodplains, lagoons, and lagoons. Africa's best game watching zone is preserved in the Moremi Game Reserve, which projects into the Okavango Delta. This reserve was created in 1963 by the BaTwana tribal leaders to protect the Delta's traditional hunting grounds. A variety of African game finds refuge in the well-protected game reserve.
Explore Moremi Game Reserve
We will depart for our Moremi excursion at 05:30 in the morning with the goal of arriving there by 08:00. Early camp-setup will allow us to take in as much of the area as we can. After arriving at our campsite, stopping for tea and rusks, and starting our Moremi drive, we'll take some time to explore the park and see what we can find. After our trip to Moremi, we'll take a break for a quick lunch and then set off in quest of some wildlife, passing through lagoons and pools along the river channels as well as open grasslands. We will freshen up when we get to camp and then participate in some camp activities. This includes learning how to do things the traditional manner, playing traditional games, and taking traditional cookery master workshops. After a relaxing hot shower in your private tent's bathroom, you can start your campfire meal.
After a substantial breakfast on this particular day, we will embark on our wonderful, action-packed morning game drive. We'll leave early in order to catch the rising early birds in Moremi, which is home to wonderful wildlife. The best time to see wildlife is in the morning when it is more active, roaming, and waking up to the day. When we get back to camp, we'll shower and, depending on the time of day, participate in camp activities like traditional cookery master classes or take a siesta. After enjoying a hot shower in the seclusion of your en-suite Meru tent, you will enjoy your campfire dinner before retiring to bed. This will be a non-participatory camping vacation, and our team will take care of all camp duties. You will have comfy mattresses, a private bathroom, and a toilet.
Rise and shine to bid farewell to the most breathtaking scenery and bring back wonderful memories. We'll leave to get one last wonderful game viewing opportunity at the renowned Moremi Game Reserve. All of the major naturally occurring herbivore and carnivore species in the area, as well as over 400 species of birds, many of which are migratory and some of which are endangered, may be found in the Moremi Game Reserve, making it an exceptional location for game viewing and bird watching. Despite being difficult to see, Black and White Rhinos have recently been reintroduced, making the reserve a "Big Five" destination. You'll continue to explore sights and see wildlife on the way back to Maun. The breathtaking natural scenery will follow you back to Maun as you bid farewell to the fantastic adventure.