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Moremi Game Reserve reviews

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Wild dog viewing in Botswana

Views: 157 Visited: Dec 2017 Reviewed: Feb 08, 2018

We are so lucky in Botswana in that we have one of the largest intact populations of wild dogs on the continent. Further, after decades of good conservation, the dogs in most of our parks are completely habituated to the presence of tourist vehicles and can be followed on hunts and to den sites.

To get the most out of sightings, you need a decent guide. You can, of course, just come across wild dogs at random, but an experienced guide will ... read more

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Hunting with the wild dogs

Views: 213 Visited: Jul 2014 Reviewed: Jan 08, 2018

Moremi was, for us, a quick stop after Chobe National Park. But it was an amazing time. We've spotted lions, leopards and wild dogs. The lions passed our campground one day (Khwai Campsite) and a bit after dark, hyenas came to check out bins and stuff. So it's definitely worth it taking a head torch to sleep and maybe a camera or binoculars. I think it was about 5 mins after I went to bed I heard the first noises from animals wondering around ... read more

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Africa's Best Park

Views: 95 Visited: Jul 2017 Reviewed: Dec 21, 2017

If you had limited time to safari in Botswana, Moremi would be the place to go! You can see all of the sought after animals in genuine "Okavango" scenery!

The best regions of this park to visit are Dead Tree Island, Third Bridge, Second Bridge and Fourth Bridge. To get really remote, far from the established lodges, choose a "mobile camp" in places like Xinni Lagoon, Bodumatau or Mboma. Most specialist mobile operators like myself, choose M... read more

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Wildlife and more

Views: 531 Visited: Feb 2014 Reviewed: Jul 31, 2014

Moremi is located in the Okavango Delta. At first I wasn't sure why I would need to visit this area since I'd already done a trip down the river and thought I'd see ample wildlife. Moremi, however, is excellent for spotting large animals and I saw four of the big five here. I did not see a rhino. :(
Only negative would be that it was pretty popular, which means pretty crowded. Would like to try again in a slower season. read more

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The stunning Okavango and Moremi Game Reserve

Views: 674 Visited: Aug 2013 Reviewed: Mar 04, 2014

The Moremi Game Reserve encompasses large parts of the world famous Okavango Delta. This mighty river runs into the heart of the Kalahari Desert and is stopped by one of the world's oldest deserts, fooling it to fan out and produce a river delta that would usually be seen at the coast. These fabulous waterways attract hundreds of thousands of animals from miles around on their annual migration routes and provide permanent and seasonal water to... read more

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Magic Moremi

Views: 645 Visited: Sep 2013 Reviewed: Sep 19, 2013

The Moremi Game Reserve is stunning. Amazing wildlife sightings and a mix between African bush and Okavango Delta waterways. The water is in the north of the park, and you are able to do boat trips and mokoro (wooden canoe) trips with professional guides. The Game Reserves in Botswana are low impact, which means that unlike other countries - when you game drive, you dont have many other game viewing vehicles to compete with when spotting an... read more

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