Luxury Under Canvas
Built under a shady canopy of jackalberry and sausage trees, Little Mombo shares the same island as Mombo, overlooking a floodplain that is host to an astonishing variety of wildlife; the abundance of the Mombo Concession has awarded it the name “Place of Plenty.”
With just four suites tucked away under the trees and overlooking a game-rich floodplain, Little Mombo is a smaller, more intimate version of its sister camp, Mombo. With its own lounge, dining area, kitchen, boma, and other facilities, it connects to Mombo by raised walkways – and equals its level of understated luxury, comfort, incomparable hospitality, and world-class wildlife encounters.
Chief’s Island, in the heart of Moremi Game Reserve, is a massive sand island that covers 1,000 km2 of the central Delta region. On the northwestern tip of Chief’s Island lies one of the Okavango’s most famous game viewing areas, the Mombo Concession. Mombo is known as “the place of plenty” and arguably the most fertile land of the Okavango. Mombo is located just below where the Okavango River splits into three primary channels and supports a diversity of wildlife hard to find anywhere else in Africa. When the water levels of the Okavango rise during winter floods, many animals move to find dry land on the island.