We booked it thru Exoticca UK .We paid for it. And their Botswana agents, Safari DMC Ltd ,took us to the £40 a night DUNCANS Camp, no pool, no bar, no restaurant, 2 1/2 hours from Moremi.And DMC told us Mogotlho had changed its name... Still trying to get our money back from DMC Safari, and Exoticca. Fellow tourists- note the 2 names. Mogotlho are entirely blameless. We were all looking forward to our 2 nights there....
The road to the lodge is terrible, 4x4 is a must if your planning on driving there yourself! The rooms were neat, but hot and bathrooms were spacious. The wildlife walks in between the tents at night which is a great experience (if you don't sleep through it). Elephants, Giraffes, Buffalo and Impala are seen the most when taking a game drive. Our guide was good he always made sure we saw the animals up close to get a good picture. Best to go to the lodge in winter to escape the most heat!
We arrived after an awful wind, sand, dirt swept 3hr drive from Maun in an open safari wagon (our guide and driver aka bush ranger from Safari DMC Ltd were cosy toes in the cab!). This is a wonderful location with game all around. We has tent 13 but it was our friends in no 12 who had the lion pug prints outside in the morning 🙂. It's a shame that it was another 1hr bone shaking white knuckle ride to get to Khwai Gate. Would suggest flying up next time and staying closer to the park. The lodge team arranged a lovely birthday surprise for my husband. Unfortunately their packed lunch left a lot to be desired.
there was an abundance of wildlife and nature. ! had an amazing time with the family and i enjoyed it very much . i would recommend this to families with children but not of those of a young age as they may get bored
After a long travel day arriving at this out-of-the-way lodge we didn't know what to expect, but I can honestly say it ended up being one of my favorite stays of the whole trip. Our safari tents were very comfortable and well-appointed and the common areas were a great place to relax and enjoy the scenery. It was especially nice when there was a break in the rain and we were able to get the fire going. Staff were so lovely and I thought the food was outstanding, especially considering some of it was done in the dark. (We had near constant rain so the solar-powered generators had no juice.) We did game drives on the private concession, Khwai, and Moremi and saw a decent variety of animals, even in the rain. We spent 3 nights here and would have loved to have stayed longer.