18 African wild dogs, 6 cheetahs and 7 lions IN 1 HOUR!

Welcome to Gomoti Plains Camp, Okavango Delta, Botswana

There are a number of extraordinary safari destinations in Africa, none more so that the fabulous Okavango Delta. Famed for its cherished water eco-system and accompanying phenomenal wildlife experiences.

May signals the return of the annual waters that flood down from the Angolan Highlands – which is a miracle of nature in itself. Whether you travel during the wet or dry season, there is always something to see in this untamed perfect land. A tapestry of seasonal waterways, the Okavango Delta is home to more than 2 000 plant, 530 bird, 65 fish species, and a large variety of mammal species. Our clients can explore this pristine wilderness area in an open-air game vehicle, a mokoro canoe or by foot on a walking safari.

Wildlife sightings in the GOMOTI area have been fantastic, making a safari here all the more remarkable. GOMOTI’s camp management shares with us what’s been happening in May;

“The resident male lion, Nagmerrie, has been pushed out of what was once his territory by three younger male lions. “The Three Sissy boys”, as they are affectionately known, are claiming their territory by scent marking every chance they get and roaring through the night, reminding any challenger of their presence. Nagmerrie put up a good fight but at 13 years, he is wise to retreat to an open territory and take care of his 11 growing cubs.”

“Golden hour took on a new meaning when we saw 18 African wild dogs, six cheetahs and seven lions within the space of an hour! One could call it luck, but our guides at Gomoti Plains are experts in the area and love to share what makes this camp and this area so special.”

Gomoti Plains Camp, Okavango Delta

Gomoti Plains camp is the epitome of an African safari. Lying on a vast floodplain, its collection of eco-luxury tents provides privacy and front-row seats to watering holes that attract a vast range of animals. Each luxury tent contains an en-suite bedroom with modern bathroom, patio deck and relaxation area, and romantic outdoor showers, carefully balancing modern-day comforts with respect for the ecology.

Named after the river it borders, Gomoti Plains Camp lies alongside one of the smaller of the water systems flood plains. Framed by towering palm trees, our iconic canvas tents provide eco-luxurious comfort in an area that is alive with superb land and water-based game-viewing opportunities.

Why we love Gomoti Plains Camp:

★ Spectacular wildlife
★ Family friendly
★ Private concession & experiences
★ Solar powered & sustainable camp
★ Game drives, walking & mokoro

2022 Rates

LOW SEASON 11 January – 31 March 2022
Adult: US$ 756
Children 6 – 11 years: US$ 378

SHOULDER SEASON 1 April – 31 May & 1 November 2022 – 10 January 2023
Adult: US$ 1,029
Children 6 – 11 years: US$ 515

HIGH SEASON 1 June – 31 October 2022
Adult: US$ 1,460
Children 6 – 11 years: US$ 730

Rates are in US Dollars and per person per night. No single supplement in low season. Single supplement in shoulder & high season +40%. Private vehicle $500 per day (private vehicle required for families with children aged under 6yrs).

Rates are fully inclusive of accommodation, all meals, laundry, lodge activities, return vehicle airstrip transfers, alcoholic & non-alcoholic beverages (excluding imported and premium drinks) & taxes.

Rates exclude premium imported drinks, international flights, internal transfers, travel insurance, visas and discretionary tips. Machaba Safaris Conservation and Community Levy of USD 15 per person per night.

Psst… we don’t charge any booking fees AND we’ll give you a free, no obligation quotation!

Gomoti Plains Camp has sister camps in Botswana’s game rich Khwai Reserve, Chobe Forest and Zimbabwe’s excellent Hwange National Park and Mana Pools National Park.

Book a safari to Gomoti Plains today for 2022 or 2023

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