Senyati is a smallish camp with no fence. Next to the spotlit waterhole there is a lookout / bar. Here you can have something to drink from the honesty bar, or bring your own food and eat while watching elephants drink and monkeys play.... We stayed here for 4 nights, and during this time we went to Chobe NP, and drove with a transfer to Vic falls, Zimbabwe. Kasane is quite close so you can drive into town if you urgently need supplies. The campsites at Senyati each come with their own kitchen / shower and toilet. The kitchen area is on top of a cement slab - but even this becomes full of sand. We quite quickly became used to being in a camp without fences, and no wild animals came in to camp at night and bothered us (ie no lions / elephants / hyaena etc), even though I am sure that this may happen at times - but definatley not a regular thing. There were elephants every single day, which come in rotation to the waterhole, especially from late afternoon, through the night, anything from 4-40 at time. They make a lot of noise while drinking and this is great to listen to - from trumpeting to stomach rumbles. Will go back.