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Lagoon Camp (Linyanti-Kwando concession) is situated on the banks of the Kwando River & was the second of our three camps in Botswana. We stayed two nights on 4 – 5 June 2016. The nine thatched chalets are lined up with sufficient spacing between each...More
everything was excellent, nice Management, interesting safaris, very good Food, beautifull nature, well trained staff, safari vehicles well equipped, very good expolanations about animals and nature and the environment
Lagoon Camp was the second of two Kwando camps and we stayed three nights.
From Little Kwara camp we flew to Lagoon Camp and met at airstrip by Josiah - our guide and then at camp by Violet and Nelson and taken to tent 6....More
What a place to stay for three nights. The staff were brilliant, friendly and extremely helpful. The accommodation was wonderful and if these are 'tents' I'll go camping again. There are nine tent/canvas structure each of which comprise of a huge bedroom/sitting area with a...More
stayed 3 nights, beautiful setting on the side of the river which unfortunately was too low to use the boat when we were there at the end of May. All the staff at this camp make it a special place, run by locals, who are...More
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US$830 - US$1,130 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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... More
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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"Lower number tents (#1 is a family unit) are much closer to the main building. It is a long walk from #7 and..."