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Lagoon is perched on the banks of the wild Kwando River, nestled beneath towering ebony and marula trees. The heavily forested site is home to a wide variety of birds and mammals, while elephant and hippo are normally visible from the camp. The stunning views and close proximity of wildlife all contribute to the pervading sense of calm at Lagoon. The Kwando Reserve has a well-earned reputation for big game and large herds of elephant and buffalo, especially in the winter months, when herds of up to a thousand are not uncommon. This vast concentration of game attracts the attention of large predators. The Lagoon wild dog pack regularly den close to the camp and the excellent viewing opportunities have led to Lagoon's reputation as the place to see wild dog in Botswana. Seasonally large herds of elephant drink at the river bank near to the camp in full view of the main deck, while playful spotted - necked otters are commonly seen performing in the water.
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Kwando Reserve Maun, Kwando Concession NG14 Botswana
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Mpacha Airport75 mi
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This was our second camp of 2 from Kwando escaping the UK winter and the weather couldn't have been more perfect....Stunning thunderstorms around us filling the Delta but sun and some cool air for the drives. With the previously active Brown Hyena den proving elusive as the
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I stayed at Lagoon for three nights at the end of November 2018 as part of a 12-night solo safari in four different locations around the Okavango Delta. All in all, I thoroughly enjoyed my stay at Lagoon Camp and will definitely consider staying there again when visiting
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We stayed for 4 nights at Lagoon Camp in November 2018 as part of a twelve night safari. The public areas are simple, but lovely. There is a bar made from a fantastic tree trunk, with stools around it. In addition there are soft seating areas to relax in. All drinks are
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We had a lovely time at Lagoon Camp. What a beautiful setting. The staff here were wonderful and so hospitable. We had some great wildlife sightings including brown hyenas at a den, carmine bee- eaters and cheetahs. We faced a huge storm on one of the days and were so impressed
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Spectacular!!!! We stayed here in November and it was HOT. Almost everything at this camp was perfect. The camp was beautiful on the Kwando river. The camp has a main area which has the dining area, lounge, bar and pool. This was a great place to meet others, have down time and
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We flew from London to Johansburg, connecting onto a flight to Kassane and then a little plane that took us to the airstrip but we stayed at another lodge before we moved onto Lagoon. Our trip was arranged for us by Expert Africa based in London. Hope this helps.
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They do not have electrical outlets in the tents. There is a central charging station at the camp near the bar. Most camps are like this, no outlets in tents.
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I was at Lagoon Camp in November and the vehicles had a cover. It only rained on us once. Pack a rain coat. They do provide ponchos, which you can use to protect your gear.
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Not sure if you still need an answer. There are no outlets in the tents. The CPAP would have to be charged at the central charging station for the campsite. To safeguard visitors, you must rely on the knowledge of your guide and your tracker. They do not carry guns. At night you are escorted to your tent after dinner.
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"If you can't walk too far, rooms 1 or 2 are nearest to the common areas."
"All rooms have an excellent veiw."
"All rooms are excellent with river views. Service, cleanliness and rooms are all excellent, 5, but I cannot click on these."
"All rooms face the lagoon but some are quite a way from the main area so you may need to ask for a closer one if this is an issue."
"They are all good and all front onto the Kwando River with Namibia in the distance."
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kwando lagoon camp hotel chobe national park
LOCATION
BotswanaNorth-West DistrictKwando Concession NG14
NUMBER OF ROOMS
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