Revel in sustainable luxury on the palm-studded floodplains of the Okavango Delta, boasting some of the best game viewing on Earth. Thrill to plentiful predator-prey interaction, dominated by big cats, and, with luck – glimpse one of Africa’s rarer species: perhaps a pangolin or honey badger. Connect to our staff and Africa’s heartbeat in a ‘boma evening’ of traditional song and dance. Discover why Mombo, our flagship, is truly ‘the Place of Plenty’ and ‘Mother of all Camps’.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Delta stretches over two million hectares of floodplains, where sinuous blue channels snake around thousands of palm-fringed islands, where the clear, lily-covered water is pure enough to drink. Located in the Delta’s renowned Moremi Game Reserve in the north-eastern corner of Chief’s Island – once a tribal leader’s hunting ground – Mombo today is a beacon of ecotourism, leaving a light footprint in paradise.
Rebuilt in 2018, repurposing much of the material, Mombo maintains the traditions and history of the legendary original camp. Constructed of wood and canvas, Mombo sits naturally in a thicket of giant mangosteen and fig trees. Eight spacious suites afford sweeping views over a floodplain teeming with wildlife. Each suite offers a sitting room; separate bedroom and bathroom; indoor and outdoor showers; elegant copper bathtub; and outdoor private sala with a double day bed, sunken couch, plunge pool, and wrap-around veranda, all immersing you deeper into the bush and the wonders of Mombo’s private traversing area.