Moremi Game Reserve
The Moremi was the first wildlife sanctuary created by an African tribe, the Batawana, and is undoubtedly one of the world's most pristine wilderness areas. Consisting of a network of waterways surrounding two large islands, Moremi includes Chief's Island in the West and Mopane Tongue in the East. Chief ’s Island is the historical hunting grounds of the great Batawana chiefs. The area's diverse ecosystems, riverine woodland, flood plains, wetlands and reed beds, mopane forest and dry savannah woodland are all flourishing, interrupted only by the occasional jeep track. The foresight of the local community has ensured that nature's web has flourished undisturbed, offering a glimpse of the divine, a veritable Garden of Eden. Moremi is a place of lily-covered wetlands, grass plains and forests, where even at the busiest time of year you're likely to be the only spectator at the most dramatic animal sighting.