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Meno A Kwena Camp

Sleeps 24 in 8 rooms

Guests hoping to experience a truly memorable bushveld breakaway will not be disappointed when choosing to stay at Meno A Kwena Camp. It...
Guests hoping to experience a truly memorable bushveld breakaway will not be disappointed when choosing to stay at Meno A Kwena Camp. It is immersed within the rugged beauty of the Makgadikgadi Pans National Park and is the ideal option for nature enthusiasts visiting this part of Botswana.

The camp offers eight canvas tents to guests, of which all are nestled in thorny branches away from wandering wild life. Each tent has an en-suite bathroom with an authentic bucket shower. These tents have clear panels which not only let in plenty of natural light, but also offer undisturbed views of the bordering Boleti River.

Guests can relax on their veranda while drinking in the views of the surrounding area. The rock pool also offers breathtaking vistas. A visit to this beautiful part of the country would not be complete without a safari. As the sun wakes up, guests can experience a morning guided walk to enjoy unique game-viewing opportunities. Visitors can revel in a game drive along the river while having a picnic lunch.

As evening turns this camp into a golden oasis, guests can delight in a boat cruise along the river. This is a perfect chance to watch the roaming wild life come for a drink of water before night falls. Guests can then enjoy a scrumptious dinner while experiencing a bushveld sunset.
from R16151
Special Deal

Camp Kuzuma

Sleeps 10 in 5 rooms

Special   Camp Kuzuma is a private and exclusive safari lodge situated in the pristine Kazuma Forest reserve in the Chobe region of Botswana. Located...
Camp Kuzuma is a private and exclusive safari lodge situated in the pristine Kazuma Forest reserve in the Chobe region of Botswana. Located 85 kilometres from Kasane and approximately an hours’ drive from the Kasane airport, the camp offers a unique Botswana Safari experience. Overlooking a regularly frequented waterhole and open plains of the Kazuma Pans, the lodge is situated in the busiest elephant corridor that joins two of the world’s greatest parks; The Chobe National Park in Botswana and the Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe. With over 20 000 hectares of private traversing concession, Camp Kuzuma offers an incredible and unforgettable African wilderness experience.

Guests can enjoy spacious accommodation, delectable food, rejuvenating wellness treatments and exhilarating explorations on land or water.

The natural plant life at Camp Kuzuma is carefully preserved by elevated wooden walkways that connect the 5 Luxury Tented Suites to the main guest areas. The main lodge area is home to an open plan bar, lounge and dining area. The main area extends onto a large wooden deck with a sparkling swimming pool that overlooks a floodlit waterhole that is frequently visited by an abundance of wildlife including elephant and lion.

Facilities at the safari lodge include a spa, a swimming pool overlooking a water-hole, Wi-Fi access, a restaurant, a lounge and bar, a boma, laundry services and room service.

Activities includes game drives, sunset/night drives, guided walks and bird watching.

The nearby sunken boma just off the deck welcomes guests and offers an opportunity to find solace and comfort whilst reading a book in the cool afternoon breeze, or whilst enjoying a unique dining experience under the African stars. Evenings are rounded off with a night cap around the open fire where guests share their sightings and recap their stories of the day.
from R14132
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Mankwe Bush Lodge

Sleeps 172 in 15 rooms

Summer Season Special   Situated between the Moremi Park in Maun and the Chobe National Park, a stopover at Mankwe Bush Lodge is a must. On its own concession,...
Situated between the Moremi Park in Maun and the Chobe National Park, a stopover at Mankwe Bush Lodge is a must. On its own concession, self-drive routes make the lodge perfect for 4x4 enthusiasts. Both the Moremi Park and Savuti are within reach for day trips, as well as concession routes up to the Khwai River which urge you to explore. Self-catering tents and campsites are available and game drives can be arranged.

Accommodation is supplied in eight Luxury Safari Tents accommodating 16 guests, and seven Campsites accommodating 20 people per site, with hot water and ablution blocks. There is firewood is for sale and a communal swimming pool and deck ensure that you can put your feet up in style after a long day’s game viewing.

Mokoros wooden canoes with experienced Botswana guides will take you on a tranquil scenic water ride before you sip your drinks around a bush fire on the islands, surrounded by purely African sounds. Enjoy a game drive back through the park for one more night at Mankwe Bush Lodge before you head off for your next adventure.
from R533

Tilodi Safari Lodge

Sleeps 30 in 10 rooms

Tilodi Safari Lodge offers a true safari vacation in a luxury tented camp. It is ideally located near the border of Zimbabwe in the Chobe...
Tilodi Safari Lodge offers a true safari vacation in a luxury tented camp. It is ideally located near the border of Zimbabwe in the Chobe National Park and offers 10 stylish tents with all meals and some activities included.

The tents are all well equipped with comfortable furnishings. They have electricity and en-suite bathrooms with hot and cold water. Each tent has extensive living areas overlooking the Kasane Forest Reserve. Their positions ensure privacy and stunning vistas from the spacious bedrooms. In addition to the lodging facilities, there is a restaurant and a boma where guests can enjoy scrumptious meals and traditional music around the log fire.

Activities include game drives, boat cruises at sundown, birdwatching over the wetlands, village tours and a swimming pool at the camp. Other activities include golfing, fishing and spa treatments.

The camp is in a malaria area and guests must take the necessary precautions. Rates exclude transfers, spa treatments, game drives, boat cruises and gratuities.
from R9152

Molema Bush Camp

4 Reviews
Sleeps 38 in 9 rooms

Molema Bush Camp is situated on the banks of the Limpopo River in the Tuli Block, about 30 km downstream from Platjan Border in the...
Molema Bush Camp is situated on the banks of the Limpopo River in the Tuli Block, about 30 km downstream from Platjan Border in the eastern-most corner of Botswana. Molema is located on privately-owned land immediately to the west of the Northern Tuli Game Reserve, in an area soon to be incorporated into the Greater Mapungubwe Transfrontier Conservation Area, and is very easily accessed from South Africa. Tuli Wilderness’ private and exclusive 24,000-acre unfenced concession of Botswana wilderness makes an ideal getaway or stopover point for travellers between Botswana and South Africa.

Molema offers self-catering accommodation in wooden chalets, permanent dome tents and camping sites. The accommodation is exquisitely located close to the banks of the Limpopo River, shaded by huge Leadwood and Mashatu trees.

There are four wooden chalets, each with an en-suite bathroom containing a shower, toilet, basin, a veranda and a braai stand. These are comprised of three twin chalets, and one family chalet containing a double bed and bunk bed. One chalet is in a very private site overlooking the Limpopo River, but please note that it is 300 m from the kitchen. Towels, bedding and bathroom amenities are provided in the chalets, along with a daily housekeeping service. There is a fully-equipped kitchen with a fridge, freezer, gas stove, cutlery, crockery, glasses and cooking utensils, and a boma area available for chalet guests.

There are three camping sites, each with private ablutions, containing a shower, toilet, basin, and a braai stand. A maximum of eight persons and two vehicles are allowed per site unless the entire campsite is booked by the same group.

There are two permanently-erected dome tents, each containing two ‘camp cots’ supplied with linen and a private ablution shared between the two tents.
from R375

Motsebe Backpackers

Sleeps 36 in 12 rooms

Motsebe Backpackers is situated near the Maun Airport, on the banks of the Thamalakane River. Comfortable and clean accommodation is...
Motsebe Backpackers is situated near the Maun Airport, on the banks of the Thamalakane River. Comfortable and clean accommodation is provided in safari tents, ideal for individuals and groups.

Guests stay in safari tents with private en-suite bathrooms or backpacker tents with shared ablutions. Camping facilities are also available for travellers with their own equipment or 4X4 campers.

The main building has a communal kitchen with a stove, a freezer and washing up facilities, and a comfortable living room with a large TV and air-conditioning. Guest are free to make use of the swimming pool and braai facilities.

A laundry service, airport transfers, and meals are available on request.
from R260

Mopiri Camp

Sleeps 14 in 7 rooms

Hidden away on the North western side of the Okavango Delta, Mopiri Camp offers its guests the perfect water camp experience. The camp is...
Hidden away on the North western side of the Okavango Delta, Mopiri Camp offers its guests the perfect water camp experience. The camp is situated approximately 290 km from Maun, and 118 km from Shakawe. Mopiri means ‘little island’ in the local Bayei language.

The seven spacious en-suite tents are set on the banks of Weboro Lagoon offering panoramic views. Long winding board walks between the main area and the rooms offer guests privacy and the opportunity to stretch their legs and explore the island. The rooms are light and spacious and all have a separate bathroom with a large rain shower, twin sinks and W.C. The bathrooms are adjoined to the rooms by a short corridor.

The main area consists of a large dining room, with a separate lounge area. There is a large deck overlooking the lagoon offering hidden away seating areas and a fire pit perfect for stargazing. The swimming pool is positioned with views over the flood plain.

There is a boma in the middle of the island where traditional evenings can be held and guests can enjoy the sounds of the local choir and have a chance to taste the local cuisine.

Meals will be served in a variety of alfresco locations around the islands and the camp. With one of the owners being a renowned chef, Mopiri aims to offer their guests a unique dining experience, with the chance to try some local delicacies when available.

Mopiri offers a huge variety of activities to suit all including short mokoro trips around the surrounding islands of camp, bush walks, fishing trips, day trips, and bird walks.
from R7941

Tshima Bush Camp

19 Reviews
Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

Tshima Bush Camp is located in Ngamiland, close to the Okavango Delta and only 30 km west of Maun, Botswana's tourist capital. The property...
Tshima Bush Camp is located in Ngamiland, close to the Okavango Delta and only 30 km west of Maun, Botswana's tourist capital. The property is 30 hectares of natural bush, above the Nhabe River. The camp offers four en-suite luxury tents and is managed by the Dutch owners.
If you make a reservation breakfast is included but we also provide lunch and dinner on request.


Tshima Bush Camp is a paradise for birders. The dawn chorus of francolins and guinea fowl will be your natural wake-up call. When you stay at Tshima Bush Camp and sleep in one of our tents, it will give you the real African nature experience you are looking for.


The Kalahari-sand coloured tents are luxurious and fitted with an en-suite bathroom with shower and toilet. Tents are situated in a way that they will give you a lot of privacy so you can enjoy nature in peace. Footpaths offer the possibility of exploring the property to enjoy our special bush, where you may find duiker and aardvark and a wide variety of birds.

Outside the property, you can enjoy the beauty of the Nhabe River and its birds while walking along the banks, where sometimes elephant from the Okavango Delta pass by.
from R1250

Gcadikwe Island Camp

Sleeps 30 in 10 rooms

Gcadikwe Island Camp is a rustic tented Camp which lies within the Moremi National Park, on one of the remote islands of the Okavango...
Gcadikwe Island Camp is a rustic tented Camp which lies within the Moremi National Park, on one of the remote islands of the Okavango Delta. Experience the tranquillity of African hospitality, surrounded by nothing else than Mother Nature.

The camp comprises 10 modern tents, each sleeping three people and with its own en-suite bathroom. The tents have views of the surrounding bush and wetlands. Guest can enjoy their meals at the main tent with a large dining area and kitchenette.

Experience the African Bush in a fashioned and affordable way.
from R4800

Zarafa Camp

Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

Zarafa Camp, located in the 320,000-acre Selinda Reserve is synonymous with exclusivity and perfection. Envisioned to be the perfect safari...
Zarafa Camp, located in the 320,000-acre Selinda Reserve is synonymous with exclusivity and perfection. Envisioned to be the perfect safari camp, it embodies authenticity, luxury and simplicity to create a camp that has been clearly considered, and thoughtfully planned to be as environmentally sensitive as possible.

Each of the camp’s four immense tented suites are raised up on wooden decking and shaded by a canopy of African ebony and Red ivory trees, each with uninterrupted views.

Zarafa means "the beloved one" or "the lovely one" in Arabic, and the Zarafa Camp lives up to the name, inspiring even the well-travelled, and renewing the spirit of all who visit.

There are few places in northern Botswana as dynamic as the Selinda Reserve, which is centred on the famous Selinda Spillway, which weaves its way east, linking the far reaches of the Okavango Delta in the south with the Linyanti water systems in the east.

The Selinda Reserve is upstream from the Savute Channel and Chobe, so it has all the advantages of both famous areas, but more so it has the tremendous advantage of exclusivity.

It is a truly spectacular and unique landscape.
from R65410

Jack's Camp

Sleeps 20 in 10 rooms

While on a trapping expedition in the Makgadikgadi Pans during the 60s, Jack Bousfield stumbled upon a site that so captured his...
While on a trapping expedition in the Makgadikgadi Pans during the 60s, Jack Bousfield stumbled upon a site that so captured his imagination, he set up camp under an acacia with the unshakable expectation that others would feel the same.

The choice of such a striking locale, owed much to his original taste for the savage beauty of a forgotten Africa where he lived until his tragic death in an aircraft accident in 1992.

As a homage to the vision of his father, Ralph, his son, and his partner Catherine established Uncharted Africa Safari Co starting with Jack’s Camp which was refurbished at the beginning of 2003 - in a traditional East African 1940s safari style.

Ten green roomy and stylish canvas tents with en-suite bathrooms and indoor and outdoor showers, have been fashioned in classical style and are set into a palm grove creating an oasis of civilization in what can be the harshest of stark environments.

Persian rugs underfoot and cool cotton sheets form a striking contrast with the rugged wilderness viewed from the comfort of one’s own veranda. During the wet season, the landscape transforms. Clouds of flamingo and other migratory birds descend from the heavens to decorate the watery grasslands. Herds of zebra and wildebeest materialize, drawn by the lush grass, and for several months, the desert is teeming with game and predators.

The Makgadikgadi is not without drama and here, the emphasis is on observing the intricacies of a truly unique ecosystem to which Uncharted Africa Safari Co has added stylish adaptations of its own.

A relic of one of the world’s largest super lakes, the Makgadikgadi dried up thousands of years ago as a result of the continued shifting of the earth’s crust. When the lake was formed, some five to seven million years ago, its shores were the setting for the mysterious transition from ape to man.

A safari to Jack's Camp is also a complete desert experience focusing on species unique to the area such as aardvark, gemsbuck and springbuck. It is the only place where guests are virtually guaranteed to see the rare and elusive brown hyaena and be able to walk through the Kalahari with a gang of habituated but, wild meerkats.
from R40108

Planet Baobab

8 Reviews
Sleeps 199 in 33 rooms

Planet Baobab is located along the cracked and cropless landscape on the road between Maun and Francistown, where elephants tear up any...
Planet Baobab is located along the cracked and cropless landscape on the road between Maun and Francistown, where elephants tear up any tree that dares to raise its head, a large grey hulk looms into sight at the edge of the road. Watch out for the giant anteater on the side of the road.

Follow the side road pointed out by that anteater snout and you will discover the intriguingly named Planet Baobab. This is the baobab capital of the world, where the average age of each tree is 4000 years and beyond and the boundless lunar landscape of the Makgadikgadi salt pans is the size of Switzerland. Planet Baobab is home to one of the largest and coolest pools in the Kalahari and the funkiest bars and restaurant serving interesting and delicious dishes from all across Africa, and we are vegetarian friendly. Just a stone's throw away is the elephant's paddling pool. The elephants and travellers mostly ignore each other.

You can sleep in traditionally styled Bakalanga or Baobab Huts containing en-suite bathrooms with showers; Dome Tents with fully made up stretcher beds or pitch your tent and park your 4x4 in our shady campsite, all with the best ablutions in the bush.

Light your own campfire, or gather round the communal blaze in the 'lelwapa' and enjoy a cool drink, then sling your own 'boerewors' onto the fire or enjoy Planet Baobab's unique Pan-African cuisine. Base yourself here and you can take guided day trips or overnight tours.

Get up close and personal with super-friendly habituated meerkats, tour the local village and learn about Botswana culture, visit a local cattle post and enjoy a delicious traditional lunch, and visit Nxai Xini Pan to seek out ancient stone tools and fossils. Visit the famous Green’s Baobab, do a walk through a baobab forest and much much more.

During the dry season, quad bike across the Makgadikgadi Pans, sleep out under the stars or do a five-night quad bike expedition to the remote and mysterious Kubu Island. During the wet season see the spectacular migration. Host to between 35 to 75000 zebra and wildebeest, Southern Africa’s last and little-known annual migration.

In a continent which is full of surprises, and a place which is full of nothing, Planet Baobab is really something.
from R404

Kwalape Safari Lodge

31 Reviews
Sleeps 95 in 41 rooms

Situated between Botswana’s northern towns of Kazungula and Kasane and opposite the Chobe River, Kwalape Lodge offers the perfect base to...
Situated between Botswana’s northern towns of Kazungula and Kasane and opposite the Chobe River, Kwalape Lodge offers the perfect base to discover the wonders of Chobe National Park and River, with its vast elephant herds and wildlife populations. Kwalape is only an hour away from the magnificent Victoria Falls and 1 km away from where four great African countries meet Namibia, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Botswana making Kwalape an ideal location to explore from.

Kwalape means at home in Setswana and it is our management philosophy for all guests to feel welcome, relaxed and at home during their stay and to leave us as friends. We offer value for money accommodation with excellent service.

We have 12-tented en-suite chalets, six with baths only and the other six with showers only, eight safari tents with shared communal bathrooms and five serviced campsites with communal bathrooms. There is also a sundowner bar lounge, a boma dining area, swimming pool and barbecue facilities.
from R162
Set in the wild of Africa, where your pioneering spirit will soar as you explore off the beaten...
Set in the wild of Africa, where your pioneering spirit will soar as you explore off the beaten track, the Big Foot Tours at the Khutse Game Reserve Campsites offers you an authentic safari experience in one of their secluded campsites.

Big Foot Tours manages and operates 41 campsites in Central Kalahari Game Reserve and in the Khutse Game Reserve. It operates serviced mobile safaris and proudly provides one of the finest and most affordable off-road experiences.

You will travel in small groups of four and above people with the same guide throughout. A safari crew travels in separate vehicles to prepare the camp prior to the guest arrival. If you want to experience the true meaning of living in the bush; then this is the safari for you.
from R673

San Camp

Sleeps 12 in 6 rooms

San Camp is situated on the edge of the vast and mysterious Makgadikgadi Salt Pans, the remnant of an extinct super lake that once covered...
San Camp is situated on the edge of the vast and mysterious Makgadikgadi Salt Pans, the remnant of an extinct super lake that once covered most of Botswana. Turn 360 degrees and nothing crosses the eye but the bowl of the sky. This is God's own minimalism.

Classic white tents stand majestically on the shore of an enormous sparkling salt pan, each sheltered by a cluster of stately desert palms. Pair safari elegance with minimal ecological impact, and combine with spectacular vistas.

San Camp runs almost entirely on solar energy, thus dramatically reducing the use of fossil fuels. Expert guiding, incredibly friendly habituated meerkats, unique desert species, old-world safari styling and superb cuisine all come together to create an experience that is completely different to any other. The perfect place to relax, unwind and retreat.

Facilities include a magnificent mess tent which contains a small natural history museum and library, a tea tent spread with cushions that provides a sheltering sanctuary and a tented yoga pavilion. San Camp has a reputation for delicious, fresh and original menus.

San Camp is unique in it is one of the only permanent camps to offer a chance to explore and understand the Kalahari. Our concession adjoins the Makgadikgadi National Park with its endless vistas of rolling golden grasslands.

Venturing far into the centre of the Makgadikgadi, on four-wheel drive quad bikes, we are able to explore remote archaeological sites, periodically discovering never-before documented fossil beds of extinct giant zebra and hippo. The fact that you can travel across the pans at great speed and still arrive nowhere only underlines the pans immensity. There is nothing out here.

The Kalahari desert is its own universe. It is the only place where guests are virtually guaranteed to see the rare and elusive brown hyaena and be able to walk through the Kalahari with a gang of habituated but wild meerkats.

The guides at San Camp are very knowledgeable. Our guides team up with a small group of Zu ’hoasi Bushmen to guide our guests on morning walks and game drives. Offering a window into the past, the Bushmen teach us how they have survived in this harshest of environments, using ancient knowledge of plants, animal behaviour and survival skills.

The ancient lake has run dry but the imagination runs wild.
from R33069

Camp Kalahari

Sleeps 22 in 10 rooms

Camp Kalahari is nestled among the acacias and the Mokolwane palms of Hyaena Island, on the edge of the ancient super lake and adjacent to...
Camp Kalahari is nestled among the acacias and the Mokolwane palms of Hyaena Island, on the edge of the ancient super lake and adjacent to the Makgadikgadi National Park. Camp Kalahari is a return to the traditional safari style of the old explorers, and is the best way to experience the Makgadikgadi in a fresh and affordable way.

It is the ideal camp for those who want fun, comfort, style and adventure. Camp Kalahari accepts children of all ages and makes for a fantastic family safari destination.

Camp Kalahari offers a large and comfortable thatched library and a lounge and dining area; here guests can relax and enjoy the serenity and peace of this enchanting area.

Camp Kalahari has 10 Meru-style tents with a choice of twin tents, double tents or a family unit comprising two twin tents with an inter-leading bathroom. All tents have en-suite outdoor bathrooms, flush loos and showers. The tent interiors are classic old-safari style, complete with comfortable beds, crunchy cotton sheets, stripy African blankets and hot water bottles in winter.

Camp Kalahari’s chef is a talented chap, noted for his tasty soups and particularly for his lethal concoction of chillies marinated in sherry and gin. Smeared over one's breakfast eggs, it's just the thing to sharpen sleep-dulled wits in preparation for whatever adventures await.

There are two distinctly different seasons in the Makgadikgadi; the dry season and the wet season. When the rains arrive at the beginning of the wet season, the landscape is transformed. Water gathers on the saltpan, algae bloom, crustaceans breed, and clouds of flamingo descend to feed on them. Then herds of zebra and wildebeest materialize, drawn by the lush grass, and for several months, the desert is teeming with game and predators. Guests visiting Camp Kalahari during the wet season can witness the last surviving migration of zebra and wildebeest in southern Africa.

When the waters dry up, the birds and animals migrate and the extraordinary ecosystem of the Makgadikgadi becomes the main attraction. It is during the dry season that guests can experience the vast Makgadikgadi Salt Pans on quad bikes.

The guides at Camp Kalahari team up with a small group of bushmen to guide our guests on a morning walk, offering a window into the past. The Bushmen teach us how they have survived in this harshest of environments, using their vast and ancient knowledge of plants, animal behaviour and survival skills.

Close by is the famous Chapman’s Baobab which is acknowledged to be the third-largest tree in Africa, and was the campsite of early explorers like Livingstone and Selous when they pioneered the area.
from R10982
Wilderness Safaris Kalahari Plains Camp is a true nature enthusiast’s dream. It is nestled within...
Wilderness Safaris Kalahari Plains Camp is a true nature enthusiast’s dream. It is nestled within the rugged beauty of the Central Kalahari and offers beautiful views of an immense pan and open plains. This is a great option for couples or groups hoping to experience a memorable bushveld getaway.

There are nine tented units ideal for couples. Each elevated unit has two single beds and an en-suite bathroom. The covered veranda on the lower level offers undisturbed views of the plains, while the rooftop veranda is a unique place to sleep as well as to enjoy views of the star-filled sky.

The site also has two tented units ideal for families or small groups. Each unit has two bedrooms, of which both share a bathroom. These units also have verandas inviting guests to relax and enjoy views of nature at its best.

This part of the Central Kalahari Game Reserve offers year-round viewing of desert wildlife. Summer is spectacular, with huge concentrations of game and predators such as lion and cheetah. This is a premium desert experience throughout the year, with prime game-viewing during the summer months.

General herbivore species easily seen include gemsbok, springbok, red hartebeest, grey duiker and steenbok. Other big game include the sensational black-maned Kalahari lion, as well as one of the highest concentrations of cheetah in Southern Africa. There are also leopard, brown hyaena and even caracal. Small predators include meerkats, Cape foxes, honey badgers, black-backed jackals, and many mongoose species.

Please note rates provided are valid for all SADC residents living in the SADC countries at the time of booking and travel, and for a minimum of 6 months per year. We may request proof of residency upon booking and/or check-in.
from R6354

Thebe River Safaris

3 Reviews
Sleeps 124 in 37 rooms

Thebe River Safaris is ideally situated for visitors to the Chobe National Park and Chobe River area in Northern Botswana. Our lodge and...
Thebe River Safaris is ideally situated for visitors to the Chobe National Park and Chobe River area in Northern Botswana. Our lodge and camp overlook the placid Chobe River and echo the surrounding bush with a rustic design.

The lodge offers a Family Room and Twin Rooms. All rooms have en-suite bathrooms with a shower with ample hot water. All beds have mosquito nets ensuring a peaceful night’s sleep, and all units are fitted with air-conditioning. The Family Room contains a double bed which leads through an interleading door to a room with two single beds - perfect for families. The rooms are serviced daily and have tea and coffee-making facilities. The camp also offers spacious Campsites with covered cooking areas. Ablutions are shared and we have two large communal ablution blocks with showers, hot water, basins, mirrors and toilets.

There is a rustic restaurant and bar area overlooking the placid Chobe River. Guests can enjoy a fine meal or drinks from the bar and take a swim in the inviting pool if the weather gets hot. There is satellite television in the bar to catch up on the latest international news or sports.

Thebe River Safaris offers daily morning or afternoon game drives into the Chobe National Park. All drives are in open-backed safari vehicles with open seats. Take to the waters of the Chobe River on a river safari cruise. Depending on the number of guests, cruises are either on our large pontoon boats which seat 40 people, or on one of our smaller aluminium speed boats which can seat a maximum of 20 people. Guests are welcome to take their own drinks on the cruise. Game is common along the river’s edge and the birding can be incredible during the summer months. Elephant are commonly seen as well as buffalo, kudu, bushbuck, hippo, giraffe and sable.

Allow yourself to be pampered by the Nature's Health & Beauty Salon. Offering treatments for men and women, the salon is located at the lodge and provides deep-cleansing facials, manicures, pedicures, massage, tinting and waxing.
from R280

Shinde Enclave

Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

Shinde Enclave is an exclusive camp within a camp, offering the ultimate in personal service and an indelible wilderness experience.
Shinde Enclave is an exclusive camp within a camp, offering the ultimate in personal service and an indelible wilderness experience.

With a private dining and lounge area, it is the perfect retreat after a day's activities. This intimate hideaway also offers guests the services of a private chef, waiter and housekeeper, as well as their own professional guide and game drive vehicle.

Consisting of three luxurious tents built on raised teak decks and overlooking windswept papyrus beds, Shinde Enclave accommodates a maximum of six guests. Each classic safari tent features an en-suite bathroom, hot and cold running water and flush toilet, and a view.

The luxury tents are within close proximity to the private dining area and viewing deck, affording an exclusive hideaway and perfect location from which a family or small group of friends can explore the Okavango Delta.

Situated in the Shinde Concession, the Shinde Enclave offers a choice of land and water activities throughout the year and is home to many aquatic species including the elusive sitatunga antelope. Activities include morning and late afternoon game drives in open safari vehicles, with afternoon game drives often continuing into the evening.

Alternatively, climb aboard a mokoro with a local 'poler' and enjoy the exploration of the Okavango Delta's tranquil waterways. Motorboat trips, walking trails and fishing are other optional activities, all to be planned and taken with your private professional guide.
from R13324
A tented camping safari experience, Footsteps Across Linyanti, as the name suggests, focuses on...
A tented camping safari experience, Footsteps Across Linyanti, as the name suggests, focuses on walking safaris within its private Chobe Enclave Concession. Each safari is an adventure that delivers an authentic, personal experience which awakens guests’ senses to allow them to fully appreciate Africa’s true wilderness. This area is home to large wildlife population including the rare and elusive sitatunga antelope.

Accommodation is in spacious Meru-style tents with comfortable twin beds. All tents are furnished with en-suite facilities, hot water filled bucket showers and long-drop toilet, with the private reserve's location allowing for the tents to be set up in the best spots.

This programme is for the adventurous traveller who would like to experience the beauty of Africa on foot. Distances walked each day vary, depending on the capabilities of the group and what their interests are. There will be plenty of stops for water, snacks and of course, the many interesting sightings along the way.
from R13324
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