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I really enjoyed our 2 nights at Kwando Lagoon. The camp was recommended to us by our travel adviser, Africa Travel Resource, as we wanted to see wild dogs and cheetahs - having missed out on our last trip to Botswana in 2013.
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Our first safari when we arrived ended up just being the 2 of us. We went to the wild dog den to see the dogs and pups! The poses for photos ( in the loosest sense ) and then like clockwork fanned...More
Lagoon Camp Botswana – Kwando Safari Co. Great camp good guides a lot of wildlife. Hospitality was top notch and makes you feel wanted and important. Leaving was like leaving a good old friend that you had just met. Nine guest tents so on the...More
I am an avid wildlife photographer and Lagoon Camp was chosen because of its wildlife viewing potential, particularly wild dogs. It did not disappoint. Spencer was our guide and PK the spotter. They were terrific. We spent the first drive tracking wild dogs. It took...More
Lagoon camp has wonderful rooms including a bath with a view. The food which was served on a communal table, was excellent. After arriving we had to clear the runway of ostriches and elephants before our plane could take off again. There was an elephant...More
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$830 - $1,130 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Not sure if you still need an answer. There are no outlets in the tents. The CPAP would have to be charged at the central charging station for the campsite. To safeguard visitors, you must rely on the knowledge of your guide... More
Not sure if you still need an answer. There are no outlets in the tents. The CPAP would have to be charged at the central charging station for the campsite. To safeguard visitors, you must rely on the knowledge of your guide and your tracker. They do not carry guns. At night you are escorted to your tent after dinner.