Moremi region in Botswana
The Moremi region with the Moremi Game Reserve and the Khwai Concession is considered as one of the last real wilderness paradises in Africa. With an unbelievable abundance of African wildlife the safari dream of every traveler comes true. In contrast to the Okavango Delta, the Moremi region is perfect to explore on a self-drive tour.
Geography and climate in the Moremi region
The unique location of the Moremi Game Reserve in the northern Okavango Delta, consisting of a network of five main riverbeds of the Okavango with lakes, reeds, islands and woodland guarantees an unrivaled biodiversity.
The Moremi region has long, hot summers from about November to March and short, cooler winters from June to August, with nighttime temperatures rarely dropping below 10 ° C. In winter, it almost never rains. The main rainfall of the Moremi region is January-March, but the highest water levels are in July - August. Be careful when crossing water.
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Flora and fauna in the Moremi region
The Moremi region has huge grassland areas, permanent floodplains and large areas of Mopane forests. Elephants are numerous, especially during the dry season. Other game species of the Moremi Game Reserve are buffaloes and giraffes, hippos and crocodiles, predators such as lions, leopards, cheetahs, wild dogs, hyenas, jackals and almost all antelope species of Southern Africa. There are more than 500 bird species as well.
Places of interest - The Moremi Wildlife Reserve
The Moremi Game Reserve is one of Africa's most exciting wildlife parks and is considered the heart of the Okavango Delta. Its unique location guarantees an unrivaled biodiversity.
Moremi Game Reserve
Places of interest - Khwai Concession
Located in the north of the Moremi Game Reserve, the communally managed Khwai Concession offers a mre affordable alternative to the Moremi Game Reserve with equally good views of wildlife viewing, all year round.
Accommodation in the Moremi Wildlife Reserve