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At the beginning of last year we were planning a Safari in Botswana, including visiting Third Bridge Camp Site. We booked and paid an agency Namibian Reservations in February 2018. When we arrived at the camp site in October they said they had no record of receiving the payment
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I did not stay here, but we did seek help from Xomae after our vehicle got stuck in a water crossing 3km away and we had to hike back to get rescue in the 39°C heat. We politely asked if they could help us get our vehicle out, or help us with a lift to nearby Xakanaxa so we
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You can notice that Xomae group is taking much care and attention to their campsite than SKL in others camps in Moremi or Chobe. Still they are really expensive for what they offer, the Third Bridge was the best campsite in Moremi.
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We have camped at third bridge camping for one night. However the campsite was nice and had a good view, facilities were very basic (just water, no electicity). As foreigners we paid 100 american dollars to spent the night here, which is a ridicilously high rate for what you
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We stayed on campsite 9 for three nights. It's right at the end, nice campsite, not too big, big tree right in the middle, so good shade. Good, clean ablutions with hot water. Friendly staff and people at the gate.
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Hi Henriette, I can’t be 100% sure but would guess the bridges will carry your campervan. We were in a fully laden Landcruiser with an off-road camper trailer. Granted the load was spread over greater length. However these camps are frequented by “overland” trucks that far exceed your campervan GMV. There are certainly alternative routes in the dry season, but wouldn’t bet on it in the rainy season. All the best Lisa.
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When it comes to camping in Botswana, you must bring everything. There is a small shop at the campsite, but it does not carry much, mostly essentials. I suggest that you rather stock-up at the nearest big town. A tent, cooking equipment, table, chairs, sleeping equipment (mattresses, sleeping bag, pillow, stretcher), water, spare diesel, puncture kit, tow rope, spade are the least of your requirements. Good camera, never drive alone, always in convoy with at least one other vehicle, two way radio, binoculars, bird and mammal book, and plenty of patience and can do attitude.
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There no shop at all
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"6 newly build tented camps with solar powered tent and showers open to the stars."
"Just save your money and go somewhere else"
"better self catering, never been into the rooms"
"Tent called Lion is the best!"
"Any, campsite closes to the ablution facilities helps at night."
third bridge campsite hotel moremi game reserve
BotswanaNorth-West DistrictOkavango DeltaMoremi Game Reserve
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