Little Mombo - Reviews
The sequence of the camps…from Royal Livingstone to Kwetsani to Little Mombo to Jack’s was perfect! Note about Jack’s camp: we were lucky enough to be able to do their surprise sleep out on the pans! What an experience…I wasn’t sure about Jack’s camp and was worried it wouldn’t be right. But we’d seen so much wildlife in Mombo, another camp would have been redundant. Keeping the sleep out a surprise is a good thing…I’m glad we didn’t know. Don’t tell people…the surprise is worth it. And, of course, some can’t do it due to sandstorms, etc. And you were right: the kids loved the 4X4s and the meerkats.
The surprise birthday party was incredible: message written w/beans on the bed when we returned from afternoon outing…champagne for us…handwritten birthday cards…animal prints from an artist
Guides were all knowledgeable, friendly, patient w/kids (Ronald in Kwetsani…but he’s going off to join his brother’s mobile safari business; Mos in Little Mombo…GREAT!!!! Excellent w/the kids; Chabba in Jack’s…wonderful wonderful. Funny, knowledgeable.)
Mombo - Reviews
I wanted to drop you a note and tell you what an absolutely fantastic trip I had to Mombo and Vumbura Plains. I walked away with 2900 photos and am, by no means, a serious photographer. Thank you again for all your wonderful suggestions. They really paid off for me. You can be certain this is not my last trip there.
Mombo Trails - Reviews
We stayed at Mombo Trails which is the temporary luxury camp available while they rebuild Mombo Camp. My wife and I simply loved the camp and the whole Botswana safari experience. Frankly, I do not know how the new camp will greatly improve on the temporary camp. First and foremost, the density and diversity of animals in the Mombo concession is fantastic. Simply unbeatable game viewing. Our guide, Tebla, was the best. He is a walking talking naturalist with a wonderful and kind heart. Tebla, entertained and educated us for six hours a day. We learned so very much about the Bush and the animals and gained a new respect and love for them. We saw almost everything except for Rhinos. If you demand the best game sightseeing, go to Mombo. The accommodations were just fine, the food was over the top, and the hospitality from management and the large welcoming staff was wonderful. I highly recommend Mombo Camp. You will not be disappointed with any aspect of this experience.
Camp Moremi - Reviews
Camp Moremi was my favorite of the 3 camps we visited during our 8-day long safari in Botswana. This was all because of the the staff, who were particularly wonderful.
Chiefs - Reviews
The Game Drives at Chief's Camp were particularly good!! The night of the 'Supermoon' (14th November) was great and produced a fabulous sunset and a Pelican 'fly past', which was truly amazing!! We have photos that captured the event which will provide great memories for us both.