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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 R240

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

Senyati Safari Camp

11 Reviews
Sleeps 72 in 14 rooms

Senyati Safari Camp, famous for its waterhole which attracts about 400 elephant per day during dry season, is located in the Lesoma Valley...
Senyati Safari Camp, famous for its waterhole which attracts about 400 elephant per day during dry season, is located in the Lesoma Valley of the Northern part of Botswana, about 20 km from Kasane.

Senyati is only a one hour drive from Victoria Falls and 10 km from Chobe National Park which makes it a perfect "base camp" for trips to Victoria Falls and into the National Park. Senyati offers free booking assistance to guests for sunset cruise trips on the Chobe river, tiger fishing excursions, safari drives and Victoria Falls Transfers.

Pick up from Kasane International Airport can be arranged. At sunset Senyati is transformed into a small Serengeti with buffalo, elephant, giraffe, orix, hyena, wild dogs and even lion visiting the waterhole. The famous deck which people have described as "The Bar With the Best View in the World" is open all night long for guests who would like to watch animals during the midnight hours.
from R720

El-Fari Bush Camp

Sleeps 128 in 8 rooms

El-Fari Camp is situated 64 km north of the town of Ghanzi on the western border of Botswana, approximately 700 km from Gaborone, 500 km...
El-Fari Camp is situated 64 km north of the town of Ghanzi on the western border of Botswana, approximately 700 km from Gaborone, 500 km from Windhoek, and 280 km from Maun. The campsite is a perfect stopover point for campers on their way through to the Okavango Delta and other parts of Northern Botswana and Namibia.

Each campsite is shaded by either acacia or leadwood trees and features water-on-tap, a dustbin and built-in braai facilities. The campsites are spaced far apart to maximise your privacy and there is also a washing up facility.

The campsite offers the cleanest ablution facilities for campers within the area, if not within Botswana, with hot and cold water on tap at all times. Lighting at night in the ablutions is provided by solar panels and sets of batteries.

This is the perfect setting to enjoy a beautiful African sunset while relaxing around the camp fire. Enjoy the kudu grazing near your campsite, or the inquisitive red-billed francolin and other birdlife. El-Fari is a stop that you will never forget and is a must for all campers going to and from the northern most reaches of Botswana.
from R220

Grassland Bushman Lodge

2 Reviews
Sleeps 36 in 12 rooms

Grassland Bushman Lodge is located about 80 km northeast of Ghanzi. Due to our unique location, immense land size, and proper management,...
Grassland Bushman Lodge is located about 80 km northeast of Ghanzi. Due to our unique location, immense land size, and proper management, you are likely to see more Kalahari game at Grassland Safaris than any other safari outfitter.

For a real cultural experience with the San Bushman, Grassland Bushman Lodge is a must. There is a San village very close to Grassland Lodge with warm friendly Bushman that are eager to show guests their survival skills. The lodge also runs a very good predator project involving lions, leopards and wild dogs.

At Grassland Bushman Lodge, you will be amazed by the comfortable chalets, dining facilities, and hospitable staff. Grassland offers eight extremely well furnished chalets, each with their own en-suite bathroom, beds, closets, and dresser amenities. Each facility has hot water and your laundry is done daily at no extra cost.

Our meals are extraordinary, well prepared, and a far cry above most other safari outfits. We provide three meals a day, snacks, midday tea and dessert, cold drinks, wine, and a fully stocked bar for evening nightcaps.

Another unique aspect of our camp is our large swimming pool. Guests thoroughly enjoy taking a soothing swim after a long day of game drives and cultural walks. Likewise, guests often enjoy sitting by the bricked fire pit and watch as hundreds of animals come in at dusk to feed by the large illuminated water pan a mere 50 yards away.
from R300

Phirima Game Ranch

1 Review
Sleeps 44 in 6 rooms

Phirima Game Ranch is an unspoilt piece of Africa nestled in the heart of the Kalahari in Botswana. Phirima is the Tswana word for ‘the...
Phirima Game Ranch is an unspoilt piece of Africa nestled in the heart of the Kalahari in Botswana. Phirima is the Tswana word for ‘the place where the sun sets’, which is an accurate description of the spectacular sunsets that we experience in this part of the world. Phirima Game Ranch gives you the opportunity to experience Africa at its core, unspoilt and boundless.

The farm is situated in the south-western part of Botswana, about 30 km from the southern boundary of the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park and about 80 km due south from Mmabuasehube. The farm boasts diverse scenery ranging from sandy dunes, grassy areas and random areas that are densely populated with beautiful trees. Various types of self-catering accommodation are offered.

What makes the farm even more charming is the opportunity to spot our bountiful game around every twist and turn. Phirima boasts a wide range of indigenous wild buck, ostriches, brown hyenas, jackals, baboons and honey badgers. We have also introduced many new species to increase our diversity, including white rhinoceros, giraffe, impala, waterbuck, zebra and warthog. Some of Botswana’s more exotic wildlife has been spotted on Phirima, from time to time; free-roaming lion, leopard and cheetah have dug their way into the sanctuary.

Our main activity on the farm is hunting, however we also promote game-viewing, especially during the off-hunting season. Apart from our bountiful game populations, we also have an abundance of birdlife.
from R240

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 R397

Woodlands Stop Over and Lodge

25 Reviews
Sleeps 76 in 23 rooms

Woodlands Stop Over and Lodge is situated on the site of the Hunters' Road and overlooks the Tati...
Woodlands Stop Over and Lodge is situated on the site of the Hunters' Road and overlooks the Tati River, 10 km north of Francistown on the Nata, Maun and Kasane A3 route. It is an ideal stopover to break the long journey for those exploring the northern territories of Botswana and for those wanting to be safely off the roads before dark.

There are grassed Campsites with their own braai area as well as bush campsites. Water and electrical points are on the lawned sites.

Cosy, basic camp Chalets with beds & linen only- no self-catering equipment available in these except a kettle. These units make use of the central open ablution facility.

Perhaps you would prefer to relax in our luxurious Woodlands Cottage or one of our fully equipped Riverview Rooms. Both these options are fully set up for all the needs of the traveller.

Make use of the lovely sparkling swimming pool to refresh you after a long journey. Also available for your convenience are pre-cooked frozen meals, braai packs, wood, ice, refreshments and other basic food commodities. Breakfast packs are available for early travellers on request.

A large variety of Botswana bird species can be viewed. Experience the call of the migrant woodlands kingfisher who nests here annually arriving in November and departing again in April. Animals which are frequently sighted or heard are kudu, impala, bush buck, duiker, steenbok, jackal and monkeys. Lovely walks along the river bank. The Selolwe Ruins,a National Monument, are within walking distance.
from R270

African Ranches River Camp

6 Reviews
Sleeps 24 in 3 rooms

African Ranches River Camp is situated on the banks of the second largest river in southern Africa,...
African Ranches River Camp is situated on the banks of the second largest river in southern Africa, the majestic Limpopo River. The camp offers an ideal spot for a weekend getaway or an overnight stop en route to central or northern Botswana.

The facility offers campsites with clean ablution facilities. The campsites have sweeping river views and the terrain is scattered with a large variety of indigenous trees and offers incredible bird life for the keen bird-watcher. Enjoy the sight of hippos frolicking in the water, as well as crocodiles lazing in the sun. Guests can also enjoy hiking, mountain biking and fishing. This is definitely the epitome of camping.

Spend your days in the shadows of the large trees and listen to their gentle whispers at night while sleeping under a star-studded sky far away from any city life. Located only 32 km from Martin’s Drift/Groblersbrug Border Post, it is only a four-hour drive from Johannesburg and a four-hour drive from Gaborone. The property is accessible by all vehicles.
from R300

Elephant Sands Lodge

41 Reviews
Sleeps 172 in 54 rooms

At Elephant Sands Lodge guests can enjoy viewing elephants as they drink from the waterhole right in front of the lodge or from our...
At Elephant Sands Lodge guests can enjoy viewing elephants as they drink from the waterhole right in front of the lodge or from our swimming pool. We also have a wide variety of other wildlife that can be viewed, from lions to giraffe and buffalo.

We offer 14 rustic chalets comprising two Family Chalets and 12 twin chalets. There is plenty of camping space overlooking the waterhole. The campsites do not have electricity. There is a restaurant with a set menu for meals.
from R160

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

Dqae Qare Game Farm

4 Reviews
Sleeps 50 in 9 rooms

Dqãe Qare Game Reserve is situated in the Kalahari Desert approximately 24 km from Ghanzi, and is a community-based tourism project of the...
Dqãe Qare Game Reserve is situated in the Kalahari Desert approximately 24 km from Ghanzi, and is a community-based tourism project of the Ncoakhoe, meaning Red People, from D'Kar Village. Accommodation consists of rooms in the Farm House and camping facilities. Meals are included, as there are no self-catering facilities, and are served in the lapa area at the Farm House.

For guests' entertainment, there is a swimming pool, guided bushwalks, traditional dancing and storytelling, and game drives can also be arranged for guests. The D'Kar community is governed by the D'Kar Trust which falls under the umbrella of the Kuru Development Trust, which in turn looks after the interests of various Bushmen communities in Botswana.
from R180

Cornwall Safari Lodge

3 Reviews
Sleeps 58 in 17 rooms

Cornwall Safari Lodge has been designed with a modern African style, situated 20 km from Werda in Botswana. It is 30 km from the Bray...
Cornwall Safari Lodge has been designed with a modern African style, situated 20 km from Werda in Botswana. It is 30 km from the Bray border post, ideal for tourists travelling from Johannesburg to the Chobe National Park.

We offer 14 en-suite rooms with DStv and air-conditioning, and three large campsites. The bush camp is about 500 metres from the lodge with electricity, hot showers and flushing toilets. Self-catering options are available for those who like to cook for themselves. We have a variety of braai packs and ice available on the premises.

Evenings are spent around the campfire in the Boma, or in the thatched recreation area with the small restaurant. Due the isolated nature of the lodge, our restaurant can only serve light meals such as toasted sandwiches, burgers and the meal of the day.

Facilities on-site include a swimming pool, tennis court with lights, a pool table and a lovely bar area. We also have full laundry services available.
from R350

Mankwe Camping Sites

Sleeps 72 in 6 rooms

Nestled within the rugged beauty of the NG43 concession area, Mankwe Camping Sites is the ideal choice for courageous nature enthusiasts. ...
Nestled within the rugged beauty of the NG43 concession area, Mankwe Camping Sites is the ideal choice for courageous nature enthusiasts. It is situated on the outskirts of the town of Sankuyo and is a great option for those seeking adventure in this part of Botswana.

There are six campsites available, of which each can accommodate up to 12 guests. These sites make use of communal ablution facilities. Guests hoping to be close to nature will not be disappointed as all of the sites have no electricity and are unfenced. Wild animals do wander through the sites and guests are prohibited from feeding them.

The site is surrounded by many game reserves, ensuring that guests have plenty of opportunity to get close to the beautiful wild life in this area. Nature walks and game drives can be arranged on request at an additional cost. Because the sites are open and not fenced, guests are required to adhere to all of the site rules to ensure their safety.

Guests staying at the site can make use of facilities at the nearby Mankwe Bush Lodge. These include a swimming pool and a bar. This is a truly unforgettable experience for guests visiting this area. The natural beauty, breathtaking landscapes and apparent absence of the modern world will ensure that guests have a memorable stay.
from R874

Tiaan's Camp

Sleeps 44 in 14 rooms

Tiaan's Camp is an oasis at the Makgadikgadi National Park entrance gate at Khumaga, within easy reach of Nxai Pan National Park and...
Tiaan's Camp is an oasis at the Makgadikgadi National Park entrance gate at Khumaga, within easy reach of Nxai Pan National Park and Central Kalahari Game Reserve. This is also an ideal stopover for travellers on their way from Gauteng to Maun.

On the western edge of the great Makgadikgadi Pans on the Boteti river bank we provide affordable accommodation in our six chalets, or you can camp in one of our fully serviced camp sites. The eight camp sites have water and electrical connections. The ablution block offers warm water showers, and toilets.

Our restaurant overlooks the Boteti River and on the upper deck you can relax and wait for the elephants or the occasional zebra to come and drink. The restaurant offers simple yet nourishing meals, and cocktails can be enjoyed on the upper deck. Our bar is called ‘Zanzibar’ and we have a modest selection of wines, spirits, beer and sodas to quench your thirst, and if campers need ice they will get it in Zanzibar.

The swimming pool, restaurant and bar will refresh you for your game drives into the park where you can encounter elephants, impalas, kudus, zebras, wildebeest, giraffe and lots more of our furry and feathery friends. If you are lucky and wide-eyed, you can see lion, leopard and even rhinoceros in the park.

Tiaan’s Camp is on the edge of Khumaga village; a 140 km south east of Maun on the main tarred route from Khama Rhino Sanctuary to Maun. A 4x4 off-road vehicle is not needed to get to us. We do offer game drives in our game drive vehicle into the parks.
from R298

Nata Lodge

3 Reviews
Sleeps 218 in 33 rooms

Nata Lodge is an oasis set among the Mokolwane palms on the edge of the Makgadikgadi pans. It is ideally situated close to the entrance of...
Nata Lodge is an oasis set among the Mokolwane palms on the edge of the Makgadikgadi pans. It is ideally situated close to the entrance of the Nata Sanctuary, just off the main road, 10 km from Nata Village. This is the junction to the Okavango, Chobe and Francistown areas where activities include game drives, bird watching and exciting excursions.

Nata Lodge offers thatched chalets set in rustic African style, custom-designed safari tents which are en-suite on platforms with all the comforts of a typical luxury safari camp, or camp sites with semi-open ablutions.

This area incorporates a multitude of salt pans and vast grass plains dotted by palm islands and forms the Great Makgadikgadi which comprises the largest area of salt pans in the world, covering some 37,000 square km in overall extent.
from R291

Machaba Camp

Sleeps 24 in 10 rooms

Machaba Camp is a 1950s camp set along a river in the Khwai area of the eastern tongue of the Okavango Delta. There are 10 luxury tented...
Machaba Camp is a 1950s camp set along a river in the Khwai area of the eastern tongue of the Okavango Delta. There are 10 luxury tented units, offering guests the classic-safari experience.

The tents feature seating areas as well as decks that overlook the reserve, providing guests with a prime position to relax on their own and enjoy the views of the game. The tents also have romantic outdoor showers for the true Botswana experience.

The tented main area includes a lounge area where guests can relax and unwind, as well as a dining area where meals are prepared. There is also a welcomed swimming pool where guests can take a break from the Botswana heat.

Guests will enjoy morning and evening game drives through the Okavango Delta where large game will be tracked and viewed from a safe difference. Walking safaris can be experienced when a trained guide is available and this way guests are able to enjoy the smaller aspects of the outdoors.
from R17472
Situated in the Central Kalahari Game Reserve are a selection of campsites, run and maintained by...
Situated in the Central Kalahari Game Reserve are a selection of campsites, run and maintained by Big Foot Tours. The camp site are all set in secluded areas within the reserve, with minimal facilities. Some campsites have no facilities at all.

Each camp site can be reached with a 4X4 vehicle, travelling mainly on gravel roads through the park. The camp sites offer shade provided by the acacia trees, and a large selection of wildlife, including gemsbok, springbok and wildebeest roaming around

The only facilities available at some of the camps, include pit latrine toilets, a fire pit and bucket showers. Guest are advised to bring enough fuel, drinking water, tools, spares, and a GPS. There is no support system patrolling the roads with some roads not seeing a vehicle for more than three months at a time. There are no shops except a small shop in Xade and Rakops.

The Central Kalahari Game Reserve is the ultimate remote safari destination, with unforgiving climate and harsh terrain. Only the fully self-sufficient traveler would venture into the reserve alone, ultimately rewarded with untamed Africa at its best.
from R662

Nguma Island Lodge

Sleeps 74 in 21 rooms

Nguma Island Lodge offers peace and tranquillity with spectacular and exclusive views over one of the largest lagoons in the north west of...
Nguma Island Lodge offers peace and tranquillity with spectacular and exclusive views over one of the largest lagoons in the north west of the Okavango Delta. The lodge is situated on the banks of the beautiful lagoon bordered by palm trees, papyrus and reed beds. A 50 minute boat drive brings you to the main Okavango River in the panhandle where tiger fish abound and the many inlets offer good bream fishing. Nguma Island Lodge offers a very relaxed family atmosphere and a fishing, mokoro and birdwatchers paradise.

Nguma Island Lodge offers luxury full board accommodation in Meru-style luxury en-suite tents. For those who prefer to self-cater, the lodge also offers Delta Dawn Self-catering Units and the Delta Dawn Campsite.

The eight Luxury Meru en-suite Tents are set among large indigenous trees. Each tent is set on a raised wooden platform and has a thatched roof. The en-suite bathrooms feature hot showers, ensuring a comfortable stay. Elevated wooden walkways link the tented chalets to the bar and restaurant. Meals include full English breakfast, hot or cold lunch and three-course dinners.

For travellers who prefer to ‘rough it’ a little, the Delta Dawn Self-catering Units and the Delta Dawn Campsite are ideal. The Delta Dawn Self-catering Units are built on raised platforms overlooking the Nguma Lagoon. Linen is provided, and the units are fully serviced. Guests in these units share a spotlessly clean ablution facility, and a kitchen facility with the Delta Dawn Campsite.

The Delta Dawn Campsite is shaded with lawns, and these well-appointed campsites are ideal for self-erected tents or roof-top tents. The camp sites have their own braai facilities, and have use of electrical points, washing lines, water taps, clean ablutions, and a kitchen facility.

The main focus at Nguma Island, is the fishing. Fishermen can take a 50 minute boat ride into the delta to the main Okavango River to catch their trophy tiger or bream. Nguma Lodge staff offer boats with drivers, use of fishing tackle.

Other activities at Nguma Island Lodge include boat trips, mokoro trails, island walks, game viewing, and bird watching. Your hosts, The Randalls, have earned a reputation for superb hospitality, and have lived in the area for the past 20 years, so their knowledge is hard to beat. They can assist with arranging interesting itineraries.
from R503

Pelican Lodge and Camping

5 Reviews
Sleeps 68 in 46 rooms

Pelican Lodge and Camping is a great destination that has both accommodation and Campsites for guests, making it an ideal stopover in...
Pelican Lodge and Camping is a great destination that has both accommodation and Campsites for guests, making it an ideal stopover in Botswana.

All of the chalets have en-suite bathrooms, outdoor showers, air-conditioning, TVs, minibar fridges, phones and access to the Internet. The Campsites have private ablution facilities with hot and cold water, as well power points and fireplaces.

The main lodge boasts two restaurants, a boma and one executive restaurant to provide guests with a dining option. There is a bar area that serves a range of drinks on a terrace overlooking some palm trees. The great swimming pool is perfect for the hot Botswana days and is a great space for families to relax after driving through Botswana.

Nata Bird Sanctuary is a great place to watch the prolific birdlife in the area. Experienced guides can take guests on walks in the early mornings and evenings and offer their expert skills in spotting the birds. Nata Sanctuary is part of the Sua Pan which is one of the largest salt pans in Botswana; it is a seasonal lake during the wet season.
from R226
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