Mma Dinare Camp

Mma Dinare is set in a private 272 km2 concession, adjacent to Moremi Game reserve on the south-eastern side of the Delta. It overlooks the Gomoti River and its flood plains, and the camp has been designed to embrace the natural surroundings. This is a 100% eco-friendly development, featuring the latest in solar technology.

Accommodation consists of nine stylish tents, including a family tent, all of which overlook the Gomoti River.

Both central areas have been built with open, thatched spaces that allow guests to relax and enjoy the natural surroundings, whilst watching wildlife and birds from the comfort of an armchair or the bar. The swimming pool and curio shop at each camp complete the luxurious, relaxed feel.

The game viewing at Mma Dinare Camp is regarded as highly productive. Mma Dinare Camp benefits from the wildlife of the Moremi Game Reserve. The Santawani concession usually receives Delta floods and because of its south-eastern position in the Delta, generally provides dry season watering points. This water results in good dry season game density.

Birdlife is varied due to the combination of habitats. The Mopane and Acacia woodlands and grasslands are home to Raptors, Shrikes, Sunbirds, Ground Hornbills and many more species. The Okavango wetlands also support aquatic avians such as Ibis, Storks, Hammerkops, lapwings etc. The wide variety of game found in the area includes: Giraffe, Hippo, Crocodile, Elephant and Buffalo and smaller mammals such as Honey Badger. Kudu, Tsessebe, and Impala are to be found but in addition so are antelope seldom seen in the Okavango area such as Roan, Sable and Eland. The Gomoti river is also a draw for big cats: Lion, Leopard and Cheetah who will visit the river to drink.

Activities offered from Camp:

Day and night game drives take place in the private concession adjacent to Moremi Game Reserve. These are on and off-road safaris. Mma Dinare also offers seasonal water activities on the Gomoti river and game walks available depending on local conditions. Mokoros are water level dependent.