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Lodge Camp Senyati Safari Camp Campsite

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Located in Botswana :: Four Nations  :: Kasane
Category: Camping :: Lodge Camp

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Senyati safari camp is situated in the Lesoma Valley of the Kasane Forest Reserve which is adjacent to the Chobe National Park. Offers 19 campsite, each with its own ablution facility with a toilet and hot-water shower, own BBQ/Braai stand and power points. Lovely deck for viewing elephants in the man made waterhole.

Also available are elevated tented self-contained campsites,each with own ablution and hot showers from boilers and kitchen. There is also a cooking lapa and flush toilets.

Reservation mandatory.

Contact
Address :  Lesoma Valley, 9km or 11min S of Kazungula (of which 2km is 4WD), Chobe/Kasane, Botswana
Postal :  P.O. Box 802, Kasane, Botswana
Contact :  Louw Barnard
Contact 2 :  ​Lulu Barnard
Direct :  +267 71 881 306
Cell :  +267 71 881 306
Cell2 :  +267 75 315 288
After Hours :  +267 71 881 306
Email :  Click Here
Website :  Click Here
Cellphone Reception :  Intermittent

Directions

​From Kasane towards Nata 8km after the Engen Fuel Station there is a big Sign on the Left Side. That road is for 4x4 ONLY!! (there is deep deep sand and you will get stuck if you do not have 4x4) for 2x4 cars or Vehicles towing trailers or caravans, continue straight for another 4km, Turn Left at the next tarred toad with the Lesoma Quarry Sign. There will be a broken down blue bus stop on your right (this is if you are coming from Kasane) turn left and follow all the Senyati Sign Boards (Black board with White writing) If you are coming from Nata. At the 2nd Lesoma Quarry Sign turn Right (the broken down blue bus stop will be on your left) Follow all the Senyati Boards. If you have 4x4 continue on for another 4km, at our sign (which will be on your right side turn Right.

Time Information
Reception Opening and Closing Times :  07:30-21:00

Rates and Payment
Rates Quoted :  Per Person
Base Currency :  BWP
Minimum Rate :  250.00
Maximum Rate :  250.00
Updated for :  2024
Comments :  Children 3 - 11 pay BWP130pp/pn. Infants (3 & younger) pay only Gvt Levy BWP10pp. Children 12 and older is adult prices.
Payment Methods Accepted :  Cash, Credit Card, Electronic Funds Transfer, Foreign Currency
Types of Foreign Currency Accepted :  USD. EURO. GBP.

General Information
Languages spoken :  English, Afrikaans
Pre-Booking :  Required

Facilities
Camping Child Friendly Swimming Pool Shop (Gift shop) Wireless Networking Landing Strip Nearby Safe Parking Available
Accommodation (Self catering chalets), Restrooms, Supplies Shop
Other Facilities :  Cash bar. Photographic Hide (Elephant Bunker).

Camping Facilities
Kitchen Power Points Shaded Sites Hot and Cold Showers Flush Toilets Can use Lodge facilities Water is available Firewood Available Accept large overland trucks
Number of Sites :    19
Is water drinkable? :    Yes

Activities
Game Viewing Game Drives Tours and Excursions Guided Walks Horse Trails Fishing Swimming Canoeing Makoro Trips Boat Trips Bird Watching Photography
Scenic Flights
Game to View :  Hyena. Banded mongoose. Warthogs. Roan antelope. Monkey. Baboons. Buffalo. Sable. Elephants. Leopard.
More Activities :  Senyati Elephant Bunker for photographers. Visit the Kasane Crocodile Farm. Bungee jumping.
Notes on Activities :  (Some activities may be offered nearby).

Travelling Information
Closest Town :  Kazungula (Botswana)
Distance to Kazungula (Botswana)  :  8km
Travel Time to Kazungula (Botswana)  :  9min

Self Drive Access :  Yes
Vehicle Type :  4WD

ACCESS:
4x4 needed.
The turnoff from Senyati from the A33, is where Senyati's sign is. It is the most direct road but also the most sandy. There are signs that warn people about the heavy thick sand, especially during the dry season. We also advise people that has trailers and caravans to rather take the 2x4 road through the Lesoma Village.

Victoria Falls Transfers.

CELL NETWORK:
The main cell network is Mascom.

INFORMATION:
Reportedly some of the campsites have nice shaded trees, but others could be hot during the day. (Sep-14).

Comments [ leave a comment ]

“We camped at Senyati Safari camp 2 & 3 December 2021. Their rates are ridiculous for what you get. The place is poorly maintained and looked after, Bathrooms were dirty & toilet doors are falling off their hinges, curtains at shower sides old and torn and does not close, swimming pool was dirty and the staff very unfriendly & unhelpful. definitely not a value for money place. Bunker is a nice feature but this does not justify the rates they charge for a dilapidated camp Sorry to say Anton Strydom” - Anton Strydom, 2021/12/06

“We camped at Senyati Safari camp 2 & # December 2021. Their rates are ridiculous for what you get. The place is poorly maintained and looked after, Bathrooms were dirty & toilet doors are falling off their hinges, curtains at shower sides old and torn and does not close, swimming pool was dirty and the staff very unfriendly & unhelpful. definitely not a value for money place. Bunker is a nice feature but this does not justify the rates they charge for a dilapidated camp Sorry to say” - Anton Strydom, 2021/12/06

“Senyati has become extremely popular, especially in high season. Advanced booking is recommended in July and August. A sunken hide is available for photographers.” - Mietsie Visser, 2017/08/03

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