Pom Pom Camp is situated in a private concession within the Okavango Delta and adjacent to the Moremi Game Reserve. This diverse area is a world-renowned game-viewing destination. The camp offers luxury accommodation and a truly African experience in safari-style tents.
- Luxury safari-style tents
- En-suite facilities
- Game viewing in the Okavango Delta
- Swimming pool
- Lounge, bar and dining area
- Boma area
- Gift shop
- Night drives in open 4x4 vehicles
Pom Pom Camp is situated in a private concession within the Okavango Delta and adjacent to the Moremi Game Reserve. It accommodates 18 guests in the luxury of nine safari-style tents. There is a special honeymoon suite for those looking for a romantic safari experience, as well as a spacious family tent. Each unit features en-suite facilities. Pom Pom Camp doesn't have electricity, it uses paraffin lamps which add to the authentic bush experience and romantic atmosphere.
Activities at Pom Pom Camp are led by trained safari guides and include open 4x4 vehicle game drives (also conducted by night) and nature walks. Guests are also able to explore the waterways by mokoro (dugout canoe). Game viewing in the Okavango Delta is legendary, and birding and fishing is always rewarding.
The main building at Pom Pom Camp is constructed of thatch and canvas and houses the lounge, bar and dining area. There is a boma for enjoying outdoor meals by the fire and a gift shop for guests to explore. The swimming pool provides refreshing relief from the midday heat.
Access to Pom Pom Camp is by light aircraft from Maun. The camp can best be combined with a few nights at Chobe Safari Lodge, its sister lodge on the outskirts of the Chobe National Park.
- All meals
- All drinks (excluding premium-brand drinks)
- Park entrance fee
- All activities
- Transport to the lodge
- Personal travel insurance
- Premium-brand drinks
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There are few wild places on Earth that offer the same unique combination of spectacular wildlife, beautiful scenery, palm-fringed waterways, remote islands and vast unspoilt wilderness than Botswana's Okavango Delta. The Okavango swamps are formed by the annual flooding of the Okavango River, which opens into a vast life-giving oasis in Botswana's desert. The delta attracts huge numbers of wildlife due to the permanent water available here.
The Moremi Game Reserve is one of Botswana's best wildlife destinations. The lodges in the Moremi Game Reserve typically offer a combination of 4x4 game drives and boat trips on the waterways of the Okavango Delta. Moremi is a Big Five reserve, although currently only Chief's Island, deep in the Delta, has rhino following a successful rhino reintroduction programme. In other parts of Moremi, you can expect to see elephant, buffalo, lion and possibly leopard and wild dog as well. Cheetah are rare but they have been sighted here. General game includes giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, kudu, lechwe, puku, hartebeest, sable antelope, impala, waterbuck, baboon and monkey, warthog, hippo and crocodile.