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The flag­ship camps of Wilder­ness Sa­faris, si­t­u­ated in the heart of the Oka­vango Delta, Mombo and Lit­tle Mombo have re­ceived a magnificent re­build and wel­comed vis­i­tors in Jan­uary 2018.

Rooted in an au­then­tic bush-camp of­fer­ing whilst en­sur­ing that the orig­i­nal Mombo ex­pe­ri­ence is re­tained, sus­tain­abil­ity and lux­ury was not com­pro­mised whilst main­tain­ing the eco-foot­print that is the ethos of Wilder­ness Sa­faris.

The priv­i­lege of wit­ness­ing the build of three gen­er­a­tions of Mombo Camp is not lost on Wilder­ness Sa­faris, mak­ing it one of Africa’s most pris­tine wildlife lo­ca­tions. “We are ex­tremely proud of the col­lec­tive ef­forts and vi­sion of our var­i­ous teams who have worked tire­lessly to make this hap­pen”, said Kim Nixon, Wilder­ness Sa­faris Botswana MD. “The camps have been built in such a way as to main­tain the Mombo tra­di­tions and his­tory stretch­ing back nearly 30 years, yet re­mod­elled to the high­est and most in­no­va­tive stan­dards”.

Known as the Rolls Royce of the Oka­vango Delta be­cause of its high stan­dards, the re­build of Mombo takes the camp into the next 20 years, spear­headed by in­te­rior de­signer Ca­line Wil­liams Wynn from Ar­ti­choke. “Space was key fac­tor in cre­at­ing the new de­sign – each tented suite has its own spa­cious en­trance, sit­ting room with bar unit, sep­a­rate bed­room and bath­room with dress­ing area, in­door and out­door show­ers, dou­ble van­ity, bath tub and sep­a­rate toi­let.”

With the added ex­per­tise of ar­chi­tect Nick Plew­man from Nick Plew­man Ar­chi­tects, the reimag­ined look couldn’t have turned out more per­fect. “We pro­vide de­sign and project im­ple­men­ta­tion that is un­com­pro­mis­ingly in­no­va­tive and eco­log­i­cally sus­tain­able in any en­vi­ron­ment from in­ner city to the re­motest wilder­ness”.


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