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Pom Pom camp is reached via a bush plane from Maun to the Pom Pom airstrip where we were met by Cliff who drove us to the camp. On arrival we were met by a line-up of staff who sang a welcome song to greet...More
We were originally allocated the wrong room which was quickly rectified. Thought accommodation looked a little tired and we had to request s mosquito net. These should be standard especially given the high number of mosquitos.
Once this was sorted out we settled into 3...More
Reception was not pleasant. Manager seemed annoyed at guests who came by as we registered. She also bawled out staff in our presence That made the visit to this camp seem stressed.
The game drives encompassed plenty of animals in proximity to camp: water birds,...More
We have just returned from an absolutely amazing 3 night/4 day stay at the Pom Pom Camp. It was an incredible experience from start to finish. I got teary as we boarded the 6-seater plane on departure from the Pom Pom airstrip. If I wasn't...More
Spent 2 nights at Pom Pom, should have spent 3.
Accomadtion and main tent were great - love the outdoor shower😜
We saw loads of animals and the game drives were great.
The makoro however was the highlight for me. A different way of doing...More
There is storage facility at Maun Airport. We arranged it by contacting the company that did our flights in the Delta upfront. They impose the luggage restrictions due to the small planes and must have a solution for you... More
There is storage facility at Maun Airport. We arranged it by contacting the company that did our flights in the Delta upfront. They impose the luggage restrictions due to the small planes and must have a solution for you. Enjoy Pom Pom it was great :-)