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    Guma Lagoon Camp

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    Reviewed 16 June 2017 via mobile

    Absolutely stunning location right on the Okavango pan handle, the camp sites here have everything you need, washing line, very nice private bathrooms with hot showers. Huge communal kitchen for cooking, as well as a big fire and braai every night. Tea and coffee provided...More

    1  Thank Richard_Outhwaite
    Reviewed 12 June 2017

    The A35, which runs between Maun and Divundu and which you will use to get to Guma Lagoon, has quite a few stretches with potholes, so caution when driving is advised. Other stretches gave already been done up and are fine. Guma lagoon is clearly...More

    Thank Stalex24
    Reviewed 11 June 2017 via mobile

    Guma Lagoon turn off at Etsha 13 and travel through the rural town to the beginning of the sand road. Sign indicates 4x4 only. Heavy sand and occasional water crossings. We were towing a Jurgens Xcape, which made the approx 17km treacherous and quite nerve...More

    Thank Cheryl T
    Reviewed 7 June 2017

    We camped there for 2 nights during our 7 week trip to Botswana. After trotting through several national parks, stopping off here was like heaven. There was running hot water! A tidy, clean and excellent camp site and ablution; worth a visit for the weary....More

    Thank himnme2015
    Reviewed 15 May 2017

    We camped for 3 nights at guma lagoon camp. Over all the break away was amazing. There were wood available to buy , as well as ice, bread, braaipacks and ice cold bees from cash bar. We caught some tiger fresh and babel right from...More

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    1 November 2015|
    Response from Guma-lagoon | Property representative |
    Hi No red meat can be brought in from SA. Depending on which way you are traveling ,meat can be bought from either Ganzi or Maun. It is recommended to get a meat movement permit from veterinary if you do get meat as the... More
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    "Cabin 13 was excellent"
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    "The chalets are quiet and peaceful and right on the water."
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    "All rooms looked great and are on the river."
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    "Room 2 was excellent"
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