About Moriti Camp
Calling all outdoor enthusiasts; home upon the banks of the Limpopo River the Moriti Camp is the ideal stop over en-route the Botswana.
Get set for a real bush experience, with campsites sprawled out amongst tall bush trees, large outdoor fire places and the tranquil waters of the Limpopo River.
This small and private camp is 3,5km from the Groblersbridge Borderpost and along with its quiet ambiance, free from traffic and the city blues, the camp offers you a comfortable nights rest before you set off on an epic adventure into Botswana.
We do not have chalets.
No Swimming Pool.
No Pets allowed
ONLY CAMPING - bring your own CAMPING gear.
We supply fire wood for a braai, please bring extra wood for a campfire.
We supply fresh drinking water.
One Shower - with hot water
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Moriti Camp Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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