The Okavango Delta is a fragile eco-system that remains one of the World's least spoilt and most beautiful wildernesses. The Moremi National Park is situated in the Okavango Delta and forms an intricate part of the Delta. The park takes up almost one-third of the Delta and is 4,871km² in surface area. This comprises of permanently swamped areas, seasonally swamped areas and dry land.
Guest have the opportunity to explore the waterways by boat or take a game drive in a custom made 4 x 4 vehicle, taking in the remarkable scenery and game viewing. The park is broken into two distinct areas being the Xakanaxa area and the Kwai area. Both areas are accessible by small aircraft and are within 3 hours drive of Maun.
The Xakanaxa area comprises of a mixture of mopane woodland, open grassland, some large lagoons and swampland. It is in this area were one can take a Makoro ride (traditional canoe with a polar) or for those who want to explore the waterways further it would be out on a boat.
The Kwai area is characterized by the Kwai River which forms the parks northern boundary. It is here along the river the terrain is wide open flood plains. The flood plains are boarded by mopane woodland that provide the shade cover for the animals during the heat of the day. Moremi is a prime wildlife area where elephant, hippo, buffalo, lion, leopard, wild dog, lechwe and most other game can be seen in abundance. It is probably one of the prime tourist destinations in Botswana.