Botswana :: Four Nations
Category: Camping :: Park Camp
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Situated in the middle of Chobe National Park the ten sites are close to the river and offer shade and braai points.
It is the only site available to the independent traveller and should be pre-booked but 'drop ins' are usually allowed to pitch on a reserve site even if none of the official sites are taken. Solar panels are used for hot water and lights.
The campsites consists of two thatched and whitewashed buildings with clean ablution blocks with toilets, hot showers and baths separate for men and women which are solar powered. Campsites are booked through Kwalata Safaris, but Park and vehicle Entry fees are still with the Department of Wildlife Botswana.
Reservations are mandatory.
|Address :||38km or 1h30min W of Kasane (of which 33km is 4WD), Chobe, Botswana|
|Postal :||P.O. Box 131, Gaborone, Botswana|
|Contact :||Kwalate Safaris|
|Tel :||+267 686 1448|
|Cell :||+267 71 308 283|
|Cell2 :||+267 71 307 435|
|Fax :||+267 686 1448|
|Email :||Click Here|
|Cellphone Reception :||Intermittent|
|Rates Quoted :||Per Person|
|Base Currency :||BWP|
|Minimum Rate :||179.00|
|Maximum Rate :||179.00|
|Updated for :||2022|
|Comments :||SADC rates are quoted. Citizens pay BWP102pp/pn; Residents BWP128pp; International visitors pay BWP265. Bed levy BWP10pp/pn. Kids under 6 stay free. Kids 6 - 17 pay half the adult rates.|
|Payment Methods Accepted :||Cash|
|Languages spoken :||English|
|Camping, Child Friendly, Swimming Pool, Restrooms|
|Facilities :||Shaded Sites|
|Shower Facilities :||Hot and Cold Showers|
|Toilet Facilities :||Flush Toilets|
|Is water available? :||Yes|
|Is water drinkable? :||Yes|
|Game Viewing, Game Drives, 4WD Trails, Guided Walks, Fishing, Swimming, Canoeing, Bird Watching|
|Game to View :||Elephant. Hippo. Crocodiles. Buffalo. Lion. Hyena|
|Notes on Activities :||(Some activities may be offered nearby).|
|Closest Town :||Kasane|
Campsite 5 reportedly has good shade. (May-17).
Campsite 6 apparently has a very nice tree. (May-17).
Campsite no. 9 has been reported to have a bit of shade, with no baboons living in the trees as per previous reports. (May-17).
Campsite no. 8 is a nice spot if you can book it. Ablutions are close to this campsite. (May-17).
Campsite 10 reportedly may not have had any shade, and is the furthest from the toilets. (May-17).
Shade or no shade at these campsites, you are right on the river, and the sunsets are beautiful!
It was reported in April 2015 that the Chobe river was very low, and driving around Ihaha was very easy, no mud, water or sand!
“Terrible maitenance - Guys running the camps drive around in their car all day through the camp instead of keeping the maintenance up. Lovely location, great view shame about the rest. Feb - 2018” - Hielke Sportel, 2018/04/10
“Take precautions against the baboons who are habituated.” - Janine Reyneke, 2009/02/04
“This is also found at W192587 This camp site has replaced the former one at Serondella and has had two new ablution blocks built with grants from the EEC. Unfortunately the baboons have run riot and the solar heating system was in disrepair when we visited. Probably no plans to have it repaired. Good situation by the river.” - David Clack, 2009/02/03
“This camp site has replaced the former one at Serondella and has had two new ablution blocks built with grants from the EEC. Unfortunately the baboons have run riot and the solar heating system was in disrepair when we visited. Probably no plans to have it repaired.” - David Clack, 2009/01/31
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