Mopiri Camp is set on the western bank of the vast Weboro Lagoon nestled between palm trees and under large shady figs. Mopiri is surrounded by crystal clear Delta water on all sides. Its special setting on the bank of one of several permanent lagoons in the area, ensures that water activities are available all year round.
This is where Mopiri has placed its 10 luxury rooms - 7 luxury rooms and 3 family suites which all have panoramic views of the Okavango Delta. Each accommodation unit is spacious, light, and airy with king-size beds and large private decks. All have en-suite bathrooms with double sinks and large rain showers. The bathrooms are adjoined to the rooms by a short corridor, making the most of the view over the lagoon.
The three family suites (which each comprise 2 bedrooms sharing 1 bathroom) are positioned on an island close by and joined by a walkway, allowing Mopiri to welcome children of all ages.
The three family rooms also share a separate outdoor guest area with the swimming pool. All 10 rooms are generously spaced out offering privacy and the peace and quiet you need to fully enjoy the tranquillity of the Okavango Delta. All rooms also have a private veranda, overlooking the Lagoon.
Long winding boardwalks connect the rooms with the main area, the pool and the jetty give guests an opportunity to explore the surroundings from an elevated position.
Mopiri’s shared guest spaces include a timber structure with thatched roof that encapsulates a lounge, bar and dining area. There are outdoor dining and seating areas, a pool and Boma. All guest spaces are on raised platforms except for the Boma area.
At Mopiri guests set the pace. Your days can be spent exploring the Okavango Delta on one of the many activities available, or simply relaxing and enjoying the tranquil surroundings of island life.
Pole along secluded waterways in the heart of the Okavango Delta only accessible by Mokoro (a traditional dug-out canoe). Birding is excellent, with over 350 species to be found in the Delta, including regular sightings of Pel’s Fishing Owl, Slaty Egret and African Skimmer.
You can also enjoy bush walks, a full day trip incorporating numerous activities, private overnight ﬂy-camping (by prior arrangement), or a visit to the Wild Bird Trust research centre (by prior arrangement).
There is basic angling equipment available at Mopiri and fishing from March to December.
Mopiri Guides grew up in the area and offer wonderful insights and first-hand knowledge, enhancing your safari experience.
Wellness in-room treatments can be organised at an additional charge.
Helicopter ﬂights can be arranged from Mopiri. Scenic ﬂights over the Delta can be combined with a visit to Tsodilo Hills, local communities and/or Life with Elephants Experience – all at additional cost.
Mopiri is solar powered. Charging points available in the main area and rooms. No hairdryers available. There is no Wi-Fi access for guests at Mopiri. Cellular networks coverage is limited.
Private boats must be booked for families with children under the age of 12.