Gomoti Tented Camp lies in the center of the private 6000-hectare Santawani Concession, in the south-east corner of the Okavango. The camp is built under large Acacia trees in a diverse game rich area. Most of the concession area is covered by a mixed woodland habitat that gives way to open grasslands that can transform into floodplains in years of plentiful water.
The atmosphere of the camp is to maximize the feeling of wild camping, at the same time ensuring exceptional comfort without the feeling that you are in a lodge! 12v electric lights are in the tents, providing quiet surroundings all the time without generator noises. At night the camp is lit by paraffin lanterns and a large camp fire which creates a warm natural glow. The dining area is most often under the African sky, set up with flowing white table clothes, candlelight and is fully serviced. When it is in the cooler months, there is a large dining tent, with small bar area, where the tables are set up under canvas with lanterns.