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I enjoyed very much my tent at Mopiri Camp. Staff are very welcoming. Nice decoration and well managed. We also enjoyed the boat tour into the delta. French cuisine dinner was just delicious. Nature walk and picnic lunch on the island were also enjoyable experiences.
We just left the Mopiri Camp this morning after 2 wonderful days and nights there.
I simply cannot recommend this place enough.
The hospitality we met was heartwarming.
My thanks to all the staff but my thanks go in particular Kenny 2 and Kenny 1...More
We spent 4 nights at Mopiri, on the western side of the Okavango Delta, and enjoyed it very much. This is a water-based camp, next to a large lagoon, and activities feature boat trips (and fishing, for those who are interested) and walks. We had...More
What can be more exotic than flying in a tiny plane over the Okavangu plains and get transported via boat to the Mopiri Camp where drinks and a fresh towel awaits?
The rooms (permanent tents) are stunning! It is the classiest experience you can imagine!...More
We stayed here as part of a Nomad tour we were on and really hadn’t expected too much from the lodge we were staying in. However when we arrived at Mopiri we were absolutely blown away, it is truly a little piece of paradise in...More
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Its easy to get to the place from Maun. Its one of the rare places in the Delta that you can get to by car and not have to take a plane, heli or boat. Its about a 3 hours drive away up the west hand side of the Delta. You... More
Its easy to get to the place from Maun. Its one of the rare places in the Delta that you can get to by car and not have to take a plane, heli or boat. Its about a 3 hours drive away up the west hand side of the Delta. You park in a local village where they arranged for secure parking and then then they drive you in another 40 or so minutes. Although you can rent a car, I would suggest you send the lodge an email and they can arrange for a car / mini van to pick you up. For the really really cheap route, there is a local bus that goes from Maun to the local village (Etsa 6). Send them an email. I'm sure they will be very helpful.
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"you need time out do this one please, all rooms over look water and quiet except for wildlife"