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Loved Pom Pom from the moment we arrived and looked out over the waterhole. Great guiding and spent two lovely mornings in a Mokoro watching the amazing birdlife and on one trip annoyed one of the local inhabitants when we used her beach for a...More
We have just spent 3 days at Pom Pom Camp and had an amazing time. Our 1st time in Africa so we were blown away by the whole experience. The staff were so friendly and always looking out for the kids. Our guides OD and...More
I was very happy here the tents are very comfortable and showers under the sky and stars always appeal to me. Battery charging is communal in central area an there is NO wifi. Keya the Manager was the most charming with smiling eyes, smiling lips...More
We came to Pom Pom in a very dry January so were initially a bit disappointed but nonetheless had a great time. The guides (we had Jonas and OD) are terrific – very engaged and knowledgeable and they were very willing to arrange a mokoro...More
We were staying 2 nights at Pom Pom Camp in the end of August 2017.
The camp consists of 9 luxury tents that are very well equipped; you have light but no plugs (so no hairdryer for example). To charge your camera you do it...More
There is storage facility at Maun Airport. We arranged it by contacting the company that did our flights in the Delta upfront. They impose the luggage restrictions due to the small planes and must have a solution for you... More
There is storage facility at Maun Airport. We arranged it by contacting the company that did our flights in the Delta upfront. They impose the luggage restrictions due to the small planes and must have a solution for you. Enjoy Pom Pom it was great :-)