The Moremi Game Reserve is situated in the eastern part of the Okavango Delta and covers nearly 5000 sq. km, approximately 30% of the Delta. The habitats vary from open grasslands, isolated island sanctuaries and papyrus-fringed channels to low sandy islands and dry land on which wildlife and plants thrive.
The most prominent of Moremi’s several distinctive components is Chief’s Island, an enormous game-rich expanse of forest and savannah between the Boro and Santantadibe rivers to the west. Roughly 1,000 sq. km in size, it is the largest expanse of solid ground within the Okavango Delta. A safari to Moremi Game reserve will give safari goers, excellent year-round ring side seat to all the action that can be found on a Big 5 safari. To get a more complete experience combine game viewing with a water activity – motorboat for an amazing African sunsets.
There are no fences around the reserve, allowing the animals to migrate freely to and from the Chobe Park to the north. Massive tracts of pristine parkland and privacy can be found here, encountered in very few places in Africa. The limited amount of guests plays a major role in the reserve’s exclusivity and the preservation of its biodiversity.