Named after the river it borders, Gomoti Plains camp lies alongside one of the smaller of the water system’s 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.
No of Rooms
10 luxury tents including 2 interleading family tents
Stunning location on the edge of the Gomoti River system
.Alcoholic & non-alcoholic beverages (excluding imported and premium drinks)
.Premium imported drinks, international flights, internal transfers, travel insurance, visas and discretionary tips.
.Machaba Safaris Conservation and Community Levy(CCL) of USD 15 per person per night at all camps.
What we love about Gomoti Plains Camp
Participate in leisurely walking safaris, and delight in the smaller things in the bush that one often misses when on game drives
Rest easy on your deck, with a chilled drink in hand, and soak up your front row view of the Gomoti River, abundant with fantastic bird life
Relish delicious, traditional cuisine at Gomoti Plains, cooked by local chefs and enjoyed under the sparkling stars
Each tent is elegantly furnished in classic safari style. All raised on wooden decks the tents boast great views out over the flood plains beyond. The two family units comprise two spacious bedrooms with an adjoining living room in between. Behind the living area is a shared bathroom with an indoor and outdoor shower with hot and cold running water, flush loos and twin basins.
Mokoro safari The Mokoro is a dugout canoe. Mokoro Safaris are poled by experienced guides in the shallower waters of the Okavango. Guests are treated to an intimate view of life within the waterways that create the biodiversity of the Okovango Delta. Mokoro safaris still showcase traditional wildlife encounters but also the quiet nature of the excursion highlights the birdlife and aquatic residents of the area. Mokoro excursions take place in the mornings.
Game drives Game drives take place each morning & afternoon, and always depart from camp. Each drive will explore the river systems and plains around the camp and lasts approximately 3-hours. The wildlife in the area is prolific with excellent chances to see larger predators, herds of elephant, buffalo and all the plains animals that occur here. Night drives begin in the early evening and offer guests a chance to see smaller more nocturnal animals with spotlights.
Walking safaris Morning walking safaris are conducted daily and are always accompanied by armed guides. Smaller, often overlooked, flora and fauna are the focus on moring walks. Walks are, as such, taken at a very relaxed pace. Please note, walking is both weather & guide dependent, and dependent on terrain conditions.