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What’s new in Africa’s hotel and lodge scene?

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Mombo Camp, Okavango Delta

February will see the opening of the newly rebuilt Mombo and Little Mombo camps. Wilderness Safaris is seeking to minimise the property’s carbon footprint, so each tent will be reconstructed in exactly the same place to ensure minimal ground and vegetation disturbance. A forestry expert has also been brought in to ensure that there is no damage to the roots of surrounding trees. For guests still seeking to travel here during the rebuild, a temporary alternative has been opened called Mombo Trails Camp.

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