Mombo is ultimate luxury in the heart of the Okavango Delta. Situated in the Northern part of Chiefs Island, Mombo has been pioneering Rhino conservation. In partnership with the Botswana government both Black and White Rhino have been introduced to the island with great success.
Morning and early evening game drives in this massive area of traversing rights ensures very successful game drives and wildlife sightings. Its no surprise this area is called the “place of plenty”. Antelope, Giraffe, Hippo, Buffalo and many others roam here, always accompanied by the Lions. Where Lions kill, Hyena are never far away and interactions around a kill between these foes can be exhilarating.
Attend one of the Rhino Conservation talks and hear what heartwarming work Wilderness are doing for these endangered animals. Visit the bird hide and tick off some rare sightings, there is also a hide overlooking a marsh filled with Hippo and often visited by large herds of Elephant.
The camp shares part of the 111 000 acre Moremi Game Reserve. The habitats comprise vast tracts of Mopane woodlands that are interspersed with Kalahari sand and acacia. Floodplains, palm islands and riverine forest all blend seamlessly to create homes for a surprising diversity of animals and birds.
Mombo is connected to Little Mombo and shares the luxurious feel of its sister. Spacious suites with plenty of amenities and views over game filled plains. A gym, spa and yoga deck are available for guests who would like some added adrenaline. Scenic helicopter flights can be arranged at prior request and day trips to the Tsodilo Hills World Heritage Site can also be arranged.
Read our Country Information for advice on travel to Botswana.
The Okavango Delta is a the largest alluvial fan on our planet, its an incredible fluke of nature from source to destination, read more about this fascinating geological feature.