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MOREMI ACCOMMODATION

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Camp Moremi
Camp Moremi
An elegant thatch and timber structure serves as the main building comprising a main sitting area, library, dining room and cocktail bar. Accommodating just 22 guests in African-style safari tents, each sited on a raised teak platform with private adjacent facilities and viewing deck with views of Xakanaxa Lagoon.
Camp Okuti
Camp Okuti
This delightful camp lies alongside the Maunachira River. Offering a welcome touch of comfort, Okuti is built amidst the wilderness of one of Botswana's prime game viewing regions. Okuti comprises five twin-bedded units, each with en-suite bathrooms, shower and bath.
Kwalate Safari - Xakanaxa & Maqwee Campsites
Kwalate Safari - Xakanaxa & Maqwee Campsites
Kwalate operate the campsites in Xakanaxa and Maqwee (South Gate) in Moremi. Each campsite has an ablution block with hot and cold showers. Xakanaxa campsite is pleasantly situated overlooking a grassy plain next to the river whilst Maqwee is conveniently located at the entrance gate to Moremi.
SKL Camps - Khwai Campsite
SKL have 10 campsites in Khwai, each with its own water stand pipe and braai area.
The camp area also has an ablution block with solar lights, hot and cold running showers, and flushing toilets.
Xomae - Third Bridge Campsite
Xomae operate the campsite at Third Bridge which has 10 campsites along with two ablution blocks and standpipes. The camp area is frequently visited by animals especially at night. This is the nearest campsite to the Mboma boat station.