Pom Pom Camp
Situated on Pom Pom Island, on the western side of Moremi Game Reserve, Pom Pom Camp overlooks the reed-fringed Pom Pom Lagoon, which is covered with waterlilies and popular with hippos. Renovated in early 2012, this camp has nine tented rooms and lies in a very scenic area where swathes of floodplain grasslands are dotted with small islands of acacia woodland – typical of many people’s image of the Delta.
Our view of Pom Pom Camp
Pom Pom Camp is a good, reasonably economical option for those seeking to enjoy the Delta’s scenic environments and excellent birdwatching. The game here is variable, so come for some of the Okavango Delta’s loveliest scenery and mokoro trips. If you approach the 4WD safaris with moderate expectations – you never know, you might be surprised. Despite only having nine tents, we don’t feel the camp quite achieves the same intimate feel and personal level of service of many other small Delta camps. When we last visited in November 2011 we felt that the tented rooms needed an upgrade and we look forward to seeing the renovations completed in early 2012.
Pom Pom Camp: Traveller ratings
Set in a very scenic area, Pom Pom camp is one of the oldest camps in the Okavango Delta.