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On arrival people were on our campsite with No booking. We were a group of 11 adults. The was no water and the toilets were dirty. When i went to reception to find someone the local manager arrived , as he had been à travel...More
We, like lots of others, booked Dijara, and when it closed were moved to Dizhana. We camped all over Namibia and Botswana, but this was one of our favourite campsites. We were after a 'wild camping' experience, and that was certainly what we got here....More
In our planning we were looking for a camp that was rustic, with basic amenities and most importantly where we were up close and personal with WILDEST AFRICA.
With all the issues around Dijara and Tshaa we were a little apprehensive, but was given assurances...More
Not good at all. Little shade for camping. Abolition facilities are poor. Camp sites are not clearly marked.Only good thing is that there are a lot of animals around. Will not advise as a stop over, unless nothing else is available.
Both Dijara and Tshaa Camps are closed due to licensing issues. They moved several Kilometers to a new site.
Dijara Camp has Ablutions and Shower huts at each place. Simple but working.
The normal road to Dizhana is flooded so you will have to take...More
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Chobe National Park
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"All sites quite spacious - the ones along the river are quieter, and the last one had good shade"