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Lagoon Camp was one of the three camps that we stayed, the other two were Lebala which is the sister camp and Kwara. At each camp we spent 3 nights.
Accommodation: The tent is large and better equipped than the other two, with a large...More
We were a family with 2 teens aged 13 and 16. We had the family room tent, which was huge and had two bedrooms and a bed with a view to die for. The food was plentiful and very tasty. The first day on the...More
This was our first of 4 camps on our first Botswana visit, at the end of May 2015. We were most impressed with the "tented camp" which bears little resemblance to any tent we have ever stayed in! The accommodation was very comfortable and the...More
A wonderful experience here. Our guide, Hobbs, definitely knew his territory e.g. found us four male lions by tracking paw prints. Two of the males (spoiling for a fight) were actually stalking the other two over territory. Other finds included a pride of female lions,...More
Kwando Lagoon was our 2nd camp, first tented one! Wow what a great experience! We flew from Kasane airport into the Kwando airstrip! That was the start of this little adventure! We were met by our driver and guide, Hobs and James! Both were so...More
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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.
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"Lower number tents (#1 is a family unit) are much closer to the main building. It is a long walk from #7 and..."