There are few roads, so the best way to get from Victoria Falls to Camp Moremi is by flying
Walking to your room, you never know who or what (a bushbuck) might be waiting for you at these camps. You are in the bush, surrounded by wildlife, and can hear the lions and other animals at night.
There was a souvenir waiting for us, courtesy of Luxe Travel and Big Five Safaris
The daytime dining and meeting area
Speaking of food, the cuisine was great and plentiful, even for a vegan like Dana
The pool beckoned during the mid-day heat
We used these powerful motorboats to explore the waterways around the camp
It was like being in an everglades boat
The boats are flat bottomed, so we could go right up to the vegetation at the edge of he river
Photo op with Dana, my assistant photographer
Photo op with Lets and Kops
The had a beautiful bar/lounge/meeting room, and one night Dr. P gave a presentation
Lets gave a presentation on another night
Before dinner the cooks and wait staff would tell us what was on the menu, and then do a native song and dance
The staff at Camp Moremi saying good bye to a couple and telling them how they appreciate them coming here on their vacation. These are gracious and appreciative people!
Amarula was a popular drink in the field
They don’t call it a delta for nothing
As we drove the delta around Moremi we saw an interesting landscape
Sunsets were colorful
The sun would change its hue as it set
Our 3 main guides were fantastic. They were lots of fun, always had a smile on their faces, had eagle eyes when it came to spotting wildlife, and always had something to eat and drink for us.
After Camp Moremi we flew to Camp Okavango