Our excellent guides, Max and Titus, made our 3-day stay at Pom Pom in June 2011, a once-in-a-lifetime treasure for our family of three. They were knowledgeable, courteous, open, fun, and anxious to share their beautiful country and its bounty with us. We saw every animal possible and even had some adventures. Max's tracking and ultimate sighting of two male lions walking majestically through the yellow grass--one on each side of our vehicle--is something we will never ever forget. We loved the tents along the lagoon, listening to the sounds of hippos chomping on the grasses in the night and monkeys playing in the trees during the afternoon quiet times. We were certainly well-fed: an early light breakfast with the other guests (about 12 of them), then tea (red bush tea for me!) and muffins mid-morning on the game drive or mokoro ride, large late-morning brunch, high tea at 3:30, sundowners and snacks to celebrate the always-spectacular Botswana sunset on the evening game drive, and then a lovely dinner at the long dinner table with all the guests and a few guides, followed by drinks and stories around the fire pit. Perfection. I think often of this special place and these special people. I wouldn't change a thing, and I'd go back in a minute if I could.
- Also Known As:
- Pom Pom Camp Hotel Okavango Delta
- Pom Pom Camp Botswana/Okavango Delta