Mombo Camp

    Mombo’s exceptional game viewing owes to the park’s location: near the tip of Chief’s Island, close to the crossroads of the lush Okavango Delta and the arid Kalahari Desert. Creatures from both habitats gather in and around the camp, where guests can view the action from one of 12 elevated, canvas-walled tent suites. The common area includes a bar and an open-air library that overlook the floodplain. Accommodations Twelve identical tent suites divided into two independent camps: Mombo (nine rooms) and Little Mombo (three). Recreation Game drives, bird-watching, and dips in the plunge pool. Dining Dinner can be served in your room or on a private veranda. Worthy Diversion Skip the game drive for a day and curl up with a book or get out your camera and document the wildlife—the front walls of the guest suites roll up to create a viewing platform seven feet above the bush. Rates Mombo’s nightly fee, which begins at $1,330 per person, includes meals and non-premium spirits.

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