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Pom Pom Camp

  • Breakfast included
  • Pool
  • Restaurant
Apr 2 Apr 3
1 room, 2 adults, 0 children
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All reviews other guests game drives outdoor bath the managers mokoro trip family style long table beautiful landscape light breakfast guides trackers great camp our honeymoon saw lots of wildlife morning and evening small group andy rams lt max elmo
Reviewed 11 September 2015

I greatly enjoyed my time at Pom Pom. It is a beautiful camp in the Delta and there are plenty of activities and wildlife to be seen. The staff were great and very accommodating of special requests. They give a personal touch by socializing and...More

Reviewed 3 September 2015

I only spent one night at the resort, but in my short stay I encountered luxurious accomodation, accomodating staff (who fitted my itinerary around my flights in and out), knowledgeable guides, and good food. Managed to squeeze in a motor boat tour of the delta,...More

Reviewed 1 September 2015

This was our second safari but 1st in Botswana. The tents were luxurious and comfortable and looked out over the water with a lovely private decked area. The shower is in an outside private courtyard which was a little chilly in August early morning and...More

Reviewed 23 August 2015 via mobile

This camp was our first stop in Botswana, coming from Johannesburg. Andy, who manages the camp with his wife, insured our comfort and safety. LT (for lion tamer!) our game driver, was good but once gave fallacious information on the so called rain tree. Why...More

Reviewed 7 August 2015 via mobile

Spent 3 days at Pom Pom Camp in the Okovango. We flew in from Maun.The welcome we received on arrival was great .The luxury tents are fantastic with the bush sounds surrounding you. The food and wine is great. The service is fantastic. The game...More

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Hello there, I am due to go there next year, could you please tell me as a first timer , what is the dress code like there ? what would you recommend to wear?
23 November 2016|
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Is anyone able to confirm if the game drives, mokoro trips and guided walks are included in the nightly rate or are these additional extras that need to be paid for?
20 November 2016|
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Response from Valéa a | Reviewed this property |
It's all included if you book the lodge. And the game drives same as mokoro is very nice.
Does Pom Pom have enough water for mokono rides in May, June and July?
8 September 2016|
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Response from Qwelt | Reviewed this property |
We were told that after the rains, they get water flowing from Angola and other seasons, the water levels are very low. Mokono rides are possible during these months.
Room Tips
"All good, but I'd choose one closer to the lodge"
Susan C, 15 days agoRead review
"Tents all pretty much the same - you get escorted in the dark."
Carl0205, 2 months agoRead review
"All tents raised on platforms overlooking lagoon"
ChrisW311, 3 months agoRead review
"All rooms do have a fantastic view on the lagoon"
Roeland W, 5 months agoRead review
"While it is far out Tent # 9 is lovely and is very quite."
capecodkaren009, 5 months agoRead review
"Rooms are all Stilted Tents with Ensuite and power."
Ray S, 6 months agoRead review
"All tents have views over th Delta, they are all stunning"
aellison779, 6 months agoRead review
"The tents are few and all of them have a view of the water"
cloust, 8 months agoRead review
"If you have difficulty walking, ask for a room close to the main area"
plfa, 8 months agoRead review
"all cottages are facing the delta"
Qwelt, 8 months agoRead review
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