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    Lagoon Camp - Kwando Safaris

    Kwando Reserve | Maun, Kwando Concession NG14, Botswana
    May 7
    May 8
    1 room, 2 adults, 0 children
    Traveller (279)
    Room & Suite (66)
    Pool & Beach (15)
    Nkasa Lupala Tented Lodge
    Ihaha Campsite
    Deception Valley Lodge

    • Excellent73%
    • Very good18%
    • Average6%
    • Poor1%
    • Terrible1%
    4 days ago
    “Another outstanding Kwando camp ”
    2 weeks ago
    “a real wilderness experience”
    Breakfast included
    4.5 Star Hotel
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    Nkasa Lupala Tented Lodge
    Ihaha Campsite
    Deception Valley Lodge
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    Reviewed 22 October 2015 via mobile

    We loved this camp, it was remodeled about 4 years ago. The rooms were so spacious it felt more like staying in a cabin rather than a tent. Nice hardwood floors, double basin sinks and claw- footed bathtub. Views overlooking the river with hippos, elephants,...More

    Reviewed 8 October 2015

    My wife and I spent four nights at Lagoon Camp and four nights at Kwara Camp. Both were equally enjoyable and somewhat different in landscape and sightings. Both had a good amount of animals. The best part of both is that the camps are on...More

    Reviewed 26 September 2015

    This was already my third trip to Lagoon Camp. I was privileged to have Spencer and Matt as my guides. I again spent time with the resident wild dogs this time at the camp and saw the pack persue a warthog and kill it which...More

    Reviewed 9 September 2015

    Our tented accommodation at Lagoon was enormous and for the location, had many mod cons, including a ceiling fan. However all tents face west, and were extremely hot during the middle of the day (when you're in them between the two game drives), making sleep...More

    Reviewed 8 August 2015 via mobile

    4 nights at Lagoon Camp, with guide Matt and tracker James. We had beautiful days at Lagoon Camp. Nice food, friendly staff...beautiful rooms. We saw a lot of wild dogs :-) and general animals. At Christmas Eve, we arranged that we go eat separately with...More

    Nkasa Lupala Tented Lodge
    Ihaha Campsite
    Deception Valley Lodge
    • Top amenities
    • Pool
    • Restaurant
    • Bar/Lounge
    • Breakfast included
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    • Breakfast included
    • Things to do
    • Pool
    • Restaurant
    • Bar/Lounge
    • Price range
    • US$830 - US$1,130 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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    • Number of rooms
    • 8
    Traveller (279)
    Room & Suite (66)
    Pool & Beach (15)
    Dining (10)
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    Nethaji G
    Do you have electric outlets in the tents
    9 May 2016|
    Response from Zebra_45678 | Reviewed this property |
    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.
    Hi, we're thinking of going to Lagoon and Lebala camps next November but I'm concerned about the vehicles having no cover at what will be the start of the rainy season (and very hot). Anyone got experience of this and opinions would be appreciated Thanks
    24 November 2015|
    Response from Zebra_45678 | Reviewed this property |
    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.
    Hi, My wife requires sleeping with a CPAP machine that operates either electronically or on battery power. Does your camp provide the ability for her to either to able to run her CPAP on electricity at night or recharge it during the day? Also, can you please advise on what measures are taken to safeguard visitors during daily scheduled bush or water safari activities. Regards, Sam
    8 June 2015|
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    "all rooms face on to a hippo filled lagoon"
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    "all the cabins are the same and guests are always escorted to the rooms when it's dark"
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    "all good- we had room 9 which was furthest from the lodge and very private"
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    "All the rooms are on the river.... hippos constantly serenade!"
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