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There are twelve tents on this property, each sleeping two guests. The tents are set up on raised decks to increase the views. The walls are made of canvas in a classic Meru-style safari tent style. There is a unique sprinkler system on site, ensuring you remain as cool as possible – and there is also a fan in each tent. Each tent has its own en-suite facilities with a shower, hand basin and washing facilities. Soaps, shampoos and insect repellents are supplied, as well as a hairdryer. There are plug points at your disposal to charge equipment. Bathrobes are supplied in each tent, as well as ponchos with hoods and warm lining – to protect from both rain and cold weather. There are large chests on each property with lock and key for safekeeping of valuables.
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The main lodge is made of thatch and timber. It has a dining room and cocktail bar, as well as a sitting area with a library of wildlife references. There is a main elevated viewing platform from which all guests can observe the panorama of the lagoon as well as the surrounding natural habitat it serves. There is a secluded swimming pool with a sundeck, and there is a thatched boma where brunch and tea can be served.
All meals and local brand drinks are included in the rates, as well as all scheduled game-viewing activities, Moremi Game Reserve park entrance fees and emergency medical evacuation. There is also complimentary laundry service.
This property is in the Moremi Game Reserve, in the Xakanaxa region. The property lies under a canopy of ebony trees, which provide a welcome shelter from the hot sun. The nearby Okavango Delta is a source of life for many species - animals as well as plants - so the area overflows with wildlife. The Kalahari Desert is also not very far away, so you will be able to observe the extreme difference in the landscapes of lush waterways and arid desert. You will also find Mopane forests, seasonal floodplains, open grasslands, and riverine habitats .
Children under the age of 6 are not permitted on this camp. Children 6 to 11 are required to have private activities booked, and those from 12 to 15 have to share accommodations with their parents. There is no childcare-type service on this property.
There are no internet, telephone, or fax facilities on this property, though there is constant two-way contact between the managers of the lodge and the Operations Office in Maun.