Ngorongoro Crater Lodge

"The place of plenty"

Newly rebuilt, the concept of Mombo Camp is to maintain the Mombo traditions and history stretching back nearly 30 years, as well as to celebrate our Conservation Purpose – indeed, one of our greatest conservation successes: the reintroduction of black and white rhino into the wilds of Botswana.

The camp’s location – in the Mombo Concession on the northern tip of Chief’s Island within Moremi Game Reserve – is known as “the Place of Plenty” as it is considered one of the best areas for wildlife in Africa. The area boasts enormous concentrations of plains game and predators which begin virtually on Mombo’s decks, the surrounding floodplains teeming with game year-round.

The nine large tented suites (including a family room) are elevated, so that those views out towards the floodplain can be enjoyed from the veranda and pergola, to say nothing of the pool deck with its private plunge pool. Inside, a sitting room, separate bedroom and bathroom, indoor and outdoor showers and a bathtub with copper and brass finishings all contribute to the Wilderness ideal of responsible luxury.

Highlights:

  • Arguably the best big game viewing in all of Africa
  • Bountiful hunting ground for large prides of lion and star-struck leopard
  • A sumptuous and responsibly-luxurious camp in the midst of the Delta

Viewing the high concentrations of plains game and all the predators – including the big cats – is the order of a day at Mombo.

Game Drives

Game drives via open 4x4 Land Rovers each accommodate a maximum of six or seven guests, allowing each guest a 'window' seat. Please note that as we are in Moremi Game Reserve, night drives are not possible at Mombo Camp. 

Hide

There is a hide 20 minutes from camp from which you can view and photograph animals and birds. 

4Cs Centre

The 4Cs Centre is an interactive experience where you can learn about Wilderness Safaris’ sustainable operations by committing to the four dimensions of Commerce, Conservation, Community and Culture. 

Rhino Conservation Presentations

Presentations on the return of the rhino to Botswana are held regularly by one of our available rhino conservation experts. These talks address the current plight of the rhino and how Wilderness Safaris is helping to safeguard these mammals.

Gym

For those looking to exercise, there is a gym with an incredible view where you can sweat it up. 

Massage Treatments

In-room massage treatments are probably the best ways in which to relax and restore within the comfort of your room or private deck. 

 

Botswana Rhino Reintroduction Project

This is the conservation contribution in Botswana of which Wilderness Safaris is most proud. This ongoing project was initiated as a joint initiative between Wilderness Safaris and the Botswana government in 2001. Since then, breeding nuclei of both white and black rhino have been returned to the wilds of Botswana; our Rhino Monitor is based at Mombo Camp.

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