Little Mombo Premier Camp Botswana Africa
Little Mombo is situated on Mombo Island, adjoining the northern tip of Chief's Island within the Moremi Game Reserve and is arguably the best big game viewing area in all of Africa.The camp is a smaller and more intimate camp than its sister, Mombo Camp, to which it is connected via a raised walkway.
Little Mombo is built under a shady canopy and has three luxurious rooms under canvas with en-suite bathrooms and outdoor showers. The camp overlooks the surrounding floodplains which offer some of the best big game viewing in the Okavango Delta. Your own sala, large veranda and lounge area provide ample place to relax and enjoy the view. The camp also has its own dining and lounge area and sparkling pool.
Set in arguably the best big game viewing area in all of Africa
Bountiful hunting ground for large prides of lion and star-struck leopard
Perfect for small groups looking for an intimate and sumptuous camp in the Delta
The Mombo Concession is known as the “place of plenty”, highlighted by the massive concentrations of plains game and predators that can be seen. These include all the big cats, of which lion sightings are frequent. You can also expect to see leopard and cheetah, spotted hyaena, large herds of buffalo, elephant, white rhino, giraffe, blue wildebeest, Burchell's zebra and much more. Birdlife is prolific around Mombo with African jacana, pygmy-geese, goliath heron and migrant waders in summer being particularly common.
Botswana Rhino Reintroduction Project
This is the conservation contribution in Botswana of which we are 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.
Elephant Ecology Study
NGO Elephants Without Borders ran a study entitled “Ecology of elephants on Chief’s Island in the Okavango Delta, Botswana” which aimed to improve understanding of the spatial ecology and habitat use of elephants within the Okavango Delta.
Botswana Lion Genetics Study
Researcher Simon Dures is developing a comprehensive understanding of the past and present genetic structure of the lion population centred in Botswana’s Okavango Delta.