Featured Safari Destination by Safari-GURU
A mere 30-minutes flying time from Maun, and you are arguably in one of the best wildlife viewing destinations in Southern Africa.
Mombo and Little Mombo Camps have recently been rebuilt in the same magical location among the endless wildlife-rich plains of the northern tip of Chiefs Island, in the Moremi Game Reserve.
Mombo is most certainly any safari enthusiast’s ultimate bucket list destination. This safari camp is driving the ultimate purpose, of rhino relocation, introduction and species protection, as well as the highest possible sustainability standards in style and uber luxury.
Little Mombo: is the smaller, more intimate of the two otherwise identical camps, concerning aesthetics, style and luxury, comprising just three tents and private dining and entertainment facilities, making the two camps totally independent of each other.
Joint facilities include an infinity lap pool, a world-class fitness centre and a spa/massage treatment room. Guest room treatmenst are also available on request.
The camps combine elements such as antique brass finishes, clubby leathers and hand-painted embroidered cushions in an understated, tonal colour palette. Tucked between these award-winning finishes are; fully stocked minibars, Nespresso machines and USB ports in convenient locations.
The entire property run 100% on solar power, giving it a significantly light and eco-frindly footprint. Camp staff, guides and conservation personnel, hold regular talks on sustainability and conservation; mostly their rhino reintroduction story.
You can't go hungry at Mombo, with an a la carte menu and a wine list to suit, anything from pasta to curries or even tasty burgers served on demand. Room service includes long lunches on your private terrace while watching the zebras, giraffe and elephants meander by before settling for the day under the shade of giant jackalberry trees, otherwise known as African Ebonies.
Mombo is part of Wilderness Safaris’ Premier Camp collection and is known as the ‘place of plenty’; making it arguably one of the most lusted-after safari destinations in the world.
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