Visitors relatively rarely see this side of the Okavango's Panhandle, largely because there is little to attract visitors here. However, there is a good gravel road that runs down the eastern side of the river from Mohembo to Seronga. This is how these villages get the bulk of their supplies.
Between Mohembo and Seronga you'll find a large number of small villages which survive mainly on fishing and, away from the river, a number of tiny 'cattle-post' settlements used by the people when tending their cattle in the interior of NG11 – which is fairly continuously cattle-ranching country.
The main reason for visitors to come here is for mokoro trips based out of Mbiroba Camp, run by the Polers' Trust, at Seronga. This is one of the few options left to see any of the Okavango for travellers who are constrained by a relatively tight budget.