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All reviews long drop two nights one night salt pans rainy season full moon rocky outcrop natural beauty special place awesome drive toilet paper absolute silence amazing place no problem sunset and sunrise makgadikgadi pans toilets
Great scenery, pans are vast and boabab trees are huge. Camping site only have a long drop toilet, no other facilities. Some wildlife to see. We had a jackal at our tents at night. Beautiful place to watch the sunset and do stargazing.
After leaving the A3 between Zoroga and Nata, we drove down the 91km of dirt track in various conditions to finally reach Lekubu Island for the sunset: it was staggering. The same can be said about the sunrise.
Huge campsites. There were only 2 other jeeps when we came here. Very special place to be and drive around. Just be carefull with the salt, don't leave the tracks. Easy to find with the free app maps.me . Toilets are a bit smelly, really...More
What a beautiful place!!
We have been there in first week of Sept 2017. Road from the south was dry (tried to access it from the North but there was water on the pans). Good to drive with a GPS with reference points as the...More
Lekhubu Island, also known as Kubu Island, is a must see historical site in the Makgadikgadi Pans, administered by the Botswana National Museum. The 65km route from Letlakane needs a 4x4 and takes more than two hours through the Makgadikgadi Pans. We lost the route...More
We drove through from South to North and stayed the night on Kubu Island. An incredible experience! You cannot describe the beauty of a sunset on Kubu and the contrast and vastness of the salt pans! You must however be prepared to endure to see...More
Response from eltonsmoor | Reviewed this property |
Call Kubu Island Community Trust on +267 75494669, they will take your booking and advise you of the details. I think you won't need to collect the booking itself, they will tell the people at Kubu but confirm with them.
Response from virendermm | Reviewed this property |
You can contact the Botswana tourism the booking is done through them but there are quite a few camp sites and an office to assist. You must take your own water even for shower. Very basic rather non existent ablution... More
You can contact the Botswana tourism the booking is done through them but there are quite a few camp sites and an office to assist. You must take your own water even for shower. Very basic rather non existent ablution facilities