Mombo Camp, Okavango Delta, Botswana

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4Cs Projects at Mombo Camp

Mombo Island's isolation and variety of suitable vegetation makes the area ideal for delicate reintroduction projects.


Botswana Rhino Reintroduction Project

In 2001, Wilderness Safaris, together with Botswana's Department of Wildlife, initiated a programme that has resulted in white rhino running free and wild in the Okavango Delta once more. Mombo Camp is integrally involved in this project.

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

Run by researcher Simon Dures in 2011, the project aimed develop a comprehensive understanding of the past and present genetic structure of the lion population centred in Botswana’s Okavango Delta.

Okavango Large Herbivore Ecology Project

This project dealt with the population demographics, assembly patterns, preferred resources and habitats, movement patterns and spatial distribution patterns of medium-sized herbivores within the southern Okavango Delta.

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Latest News From Mombo Camp

  • Mombo Camp – February 2014
    Feb 28, 2014

    A new leopard (loudly) makes his presence known at Mombo Camp as he stakes his claim on Blue Eyes’ territory!

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  • Mombo Camp - January 2014
    Jan 31, 2014

    The view from camp with the lush greenery and the abundance of animals is only equalled by the remarkable African sunset at The Place of Plenty…

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  • Leopard Tree Trio at Mombo
    Jan 20, 2014

    The day had barely begun at Mombo when there was the call over the radio that three young male lions had tree’d three leopards!

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A Quote From Our Guests

“ Mombo is one of the premier camps in the Okavango Delta. Food, accommodation and service are absolutely top class ”
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Reviewed by: mwitul, 2013.08.19