Moremi Game Reserve
Considered to be one of the best wildlife destinations in southern Africa, Moremi Game Reserve offers an authentic off the beaten track safari. It forms part of the incredible Okavango Delta, the largest inland delta on Earth. It is one of the most diverse ecosystems in Africa which offers exceptional game viewing.
The Moremi Game Reserve was created in 1963 by the widow of Chief Moremi III. The local Batawana people realised how the wildlife of the Okavango was being depleted by hunting activity and decided to form a reserve to protect the region for future generations. Today, the reserve offers some of the best wildlife sightings on the continent, especially of predators including lions, hyenas and leopards. Both black and white rhinos have been re-introduced to the reserve, and it is one of the few places in Botswana where visitors can see the Big Five.
The Kwhai region forms part of Moremi and these floodplains and Mopani woodland are one of the most beautiful regions of the delta. Many photographers consider the landscape creates beautiful natural lighting for taking wildlife photographs. Visitors can enjoy game drives in search of large herds of buffalo or when in flood season take tranquil canoe trips in Makoros. Thrilling walking safaris in Big Five territory allow guests to get a feel of being out in the African bush.