Moremi Game Reserve
The Moremi Game Reserve is a area of just under 5000 sq km situated about 90km north east of the frontier town of Maun in northern Botswana. The Moremi reserve is home to all the big five as well as a vast variety of other species including the beautiful African Wild Dog and the sometimes elusive Bat Eared Fox.
One of the more common ways to explore the Moremi is to self drive, one can even Hire a 4x4 in Maun and then drive with confidence into the Moremi, a 4x4 is essential when exploring the Okavango delta and the Moremi game reserve is no exception, one of the worst parts is the section of road that starts at the little village of Serobe and ends at the wildlife veterinary gate just before the road forks at the Khwai/Moremi junction, this section is very bumpy as well as being incredibly sandy. However the roads are always changing and in the rainy season, some roads disappear altogether.
If self driving is not your cup of tea, there are…
Okavango Mokoro Trips from Maun Botswana.
Take a trip into the wilds of the Okavango Delta by Mokoro or Dugout, explore the lower delta and its islands, and drift through the water lily covered bays while watching as elephants swim and bath in the shallows.
Contact The Okavango Kopano Mokoro Community Trust, you can do so by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling: 6864806 Fax: 6864809 or visit their Maun Office.
The prices are in three groups 1. Entrance Fee (For entrance into the Ng32 Concession)
each Entrance gate has a different fee.
Boro Gate Bwp 81.60 pppd
Xharaxao Gate Bwp 81.60 pppd
Morutsa Gate Bwp 67.20 pppd
Dishiping Station Bwp 67.20 pppd
Daunara Gate Bwp 67.20 pppd 2. Poler Fees, Head poler Bwp 240.00 per day and poler Bwp 216.00 per day 3. Camping Fee,s Bwp 60.00 per person per Night.
All Payments must be made at the Maun Office, found near the airport.
Travel in Botswana,
Ten Tips to hassle free travel in Botswana
Botswana is generally a very relaxed affair, however these ten tips will make
your trip an absolute breeze
1.Throughout Botswana you will encounter numerous road blocks, although in
general these are merely veterinary check points that monitor the movement of
fresh meat throughout Botswana in order to prevent the spread of foot and mouth
disease, on approaching one of these road blocks take care to observe the
decreasing speed limit as indicated on the signage leading up to the check
point normally this is 120kmh down to 80kmh and then 60kmh its not uncommon for
police to speed trap on the approach to these stops . Take note of the police
officer as he will direct you by hand signals as to when and where you must
stop, however regardless, always remember to stop at the stop sign just before
the police officer and then wait for him to request that you drive forward on
his signal. (Remember to stop at th…