Moremi Game Reserve is in northern Botswana, in the Okavango Delta, which becomes a lush animal habitat during seasonal floods. Dugout canoes are used to navigate past birdlife, hippos and crocodiles on waterways like the Xakanaxa Lagoon. On land, wildlife includes lions, leopards and rhinos. Safari camps are common, with several dotted around large Chief's Island and the forested Mopane Tongue Peninsula.
This beautiful reserve is accessible strictly by 4x4 vehicles as the terrain is very difficult. It is one of the reserves in Botswana where you find more packs of wild dogs which are endangered and very rare. These carnivores are almost getting extinct.
There is a variety of activities one can do in while in the reserve which include Mokoro ride, Boat cruise, Game drives and camping.
There are five different places where one can camp in Moremi with totally different landscape from one another like southern part of the reserve, Third bridge, Xakanaxa and Khwai on the far eastern part of the reserve.