There is never a dull moment in the Moremi Game Reserve. Climb on one of Gunns Camp’s game-viewing vehicles and make your way into the deep Botswana bushveld, driving past a kudu family cheerfully basking in the sun, a giraffe stretching its neck to reach the best parts of an acacia tree for a lunchtime feast or a monkey hopping from branch to branch.
The Moremi wildlife is undeniably abundant. But only once you lay your eyes on one the reserve’s ferocious felines do you apprehend what a unique, exclusive place you get to have the privilege to experience. Catch a glimpse of the elusive leopard in its tree hideaway, observe a pride of lions relaxing in the shade or even see the sight of the rare cheetah devouring a carcass. It is no surprise, that the Moremi Game Reserve, situated in the middle of the Okavango Delta, has been crowned as the ‘predator capital of Africa’.
The best time for game viewing in the Moremi is between July and October when the Delta’s waterways swell and attract a profusion of wildlife. This is the time when animal concentrations are at their peak. However, the Moremi predators can be seen in this bush paradise any time of the year, which is what makes this Southern African destination a real hidden treasure for a safari enthusiast.
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