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Spent 2 nights at Pom Pom, should have spent 3.
Accomadtion and main tent were great - love the outdoor shower😜
We saw loads of animals and the game drives were great.
The makoro however was the highlight for me. A different way of doing...More
Pom Pom is a well-run operation, co-managed by Linda and Tiny, and its location at the periphery of a lagoon filled with hippos and surrounded by herds of impala and bush bucks makes it an always interesting place to spot wildlife.
Our guide, O.D., and...More
We had a lovely welcome to the camp. A small group of the staff sang to us on arrival. THe airstrip is also very close at hand. Liked the large open area in which we ate our meals and which overlooked the waterhole. Our guide...More
I tagged on an extra night on a work trip and went off to Pom Pom. The whole experience was wonderful from start to finish - the small plane there (only about 25 minutes from Maun) watching game from the air, the welcome and game...More
Technically the room in the middle of the Botswana' bush are tents but they are much more substantial than that term might suggest. They are comfortable, clean and for me, an integral part of the safari experience.
Overall Pom Pom camp is one of the...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 :-)