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I liked to stay at this camp. Staff was friendly, helpful and competent. The accomodation was good and food delicious. The guided tours in the sourrounding were impressive. Expecially good for elephant spotting.
We had visited the camp late May 2018 and we were well taken care of by the staff who warm heartedly welcomed us including the manager Miss Hilda. She was very happy that we chose their camp and were taken good care as distinguished guests...More
A Kwando camp with a high level of service and good food. Interesting huge rooms with high ceilings that keep the place cool with the help of fans. Mine was in good condition but my travelling companions said theirs were a little shabby. We arrived...More
We stayed at Nxai Pan Camp during October for one night. Despite what google maps might tell you - the drive to camp is approximately 2 hours from the main gate. The road is a boggy sand track. If this doesn't make you nervous, you'll...More
It's a bumpy, and a bit boring, ride to get to the Nxai Pan Camp.
Upon arriving at the campsite, we encountered the most highly secured ablution blocks of our whole trip. Elephants in need for water apparently have the tendency to destroy the ablution...More