Moremi Game Reserve
What is the weather like in Moremi?
Moremi enjoys a long dry winter from May to October and a rainy summer season between November and April.
The May to August winter period experiences the best weather. There’s virtually no rain and you can expect mild to warm daytime temperatures and cool to cold nights, occasionally dropping to freezing in the early mornings. You’ll need to pack warm clothes for a winter safari in Moremi.
September and October however can be extremely hot and arid with relatively high levels of humidity. Temperatures at this time of year can exceed 40˚C/ 105°F with nights not much cooler.
Summer sees warm to hot daytime temperatures and regular rainstorms, usually grand afternoon affairs. January and February are the wettest months – travel is not always advisable at this time, especially for families.
Can I bring my children on safari?
Yes you can. Moremi is perfect for a family safari – the game viewing is reliably rewarding and several camps welcome families with children, offering baby sitters, tailored activities and entertainment, kids’ menus and junior ranger programmes. Older children can join you on drives; younger ones will be looked after by dedicated staff while you are out on an activity or catching up on some sleep!
Ask us about the most family-friendly camps in Moremi – we also have a number of camps and safari villas that can be exclusively booked for larger families and groups.
Unless you are on an overland safari, travel around Moremi is mostly by light aircraft and luggage restrictions are vital. Each passenger is limited to one soft-sided bag of up to 20kg/44lbs plus a camera bag or similar. Note that excess baggage may be subject to additional baggage or charter charges.