How do I book a campsite in Botswana?

How do I book a campsite in Botswana?

Book via Wildlife and National Parks Kgalagadi Transfrontier Botswana side: All campsites with the exception of Mabuasehube Pan and Mpayathuthwa camp. Bookings can be made at [email protected] Alternatively you can phone the Gaborone office (+267 318 0774) or the Maun office (+267 686 1265).

How do I book Central Kalahari Game Reserve?

For the Central Kalahari and Makgadikgadi, park fees are P120 per person, plus P50 per vehicle. Camping is P30 per person at all DWNP campsites across Botswana. Contact DWNP central reservations: Tel +267 318 0774, [email protected]

How do I book a campsite at Mabuasehube?

Botswana: Contact the Department of Wildlife and National Parks for reservations at most campsites and to pay conservation fees in advance. Contact Intertourism Group to book the campsites at Mabuasehube or Mpyathutlwa.

How do I book Polentswa campsite?

How to Book

  1. DWNP central reservations: Tel +267 318 0774 or email [email protected]
  2. DWNP office Maun: S19.98433 E23.42992.

How many game reserves are there in Botswana?

four game reserves
By offering travellers a haven in which to experience a meaningful and fascinating journey, the following four game reserves make a Botswana safari an absolute pleasure.

How do I book Rooiputs in Kgalagadi?

To make a booking submit the form below or send us an email [email protected] Once your booking request has been submitted one of our consultants will respond as soon as possible with your booking and payment details.

How do you book Rooiputs?

How to Book

  1. DWNP central reservations: Tel +267 318 0774 or email [email protected]
  2. DWNP office Maun:S19.98433 E23.42992.

Which is largest game reserve in Botswana?

Central Kalahari Game Reserve
In one of the five largest nature reserves in the world, the Central Kalahari Game Reserve (CKGR), you are almost alone in a pristine, secluded and unique dry savanna that is unique in Africa or the rest of the world.

What game reserves are in Botswana?

National Parks & Game Reserves – Botswana

  • Chobe National Park.
  • Moremi Game Reserve.
  • Okavango Delta.
  • Central Kalahari GR.
  • Kgalagadi TP.
  • Makgadikgadi Pans NP.
  • Nxai Pan National Park.

Do you need a passport to go to Rooiputs?

Only open to 4×4 vehicles, you need to be fully self-sufficient to travel the area. A passport is not needed as long as entry and exit is made through the same gate. Camping is available at Two Rivers, Polentswa, Rooiputs and the Mabuasehube area. Please contact [email protected] for more information.

How many game reserves are in Botswana?

What are the two largest game reserves in Botswana?

While the Central Kalahari Game Reserve isn’t technically a National Park, it gets a special mention as it is the largest area of protected land in Botswana, and the second largest wildlife reserve in the world measuring in at 52 800 km2. Kgalagadi Transfontier Park and Chobe National Park are second and third in size.

What are the park entrance fees in Moremi Game Reserve?

Sunset over Third Bridge campsite in Moremi Game Reserve. Operated by Xomae Group. The DWNP handles all park entrance fees and also operates campsites in some of the parks. For the Kgalagadi, park fees are P20 per person, plus P4 per vehicle.

What are the campsites in Moremi Game Reserve Xakanaxa?

Like the other campsites in Moremi Game Reserve the Xakanaxa Campsites offers basic facilities. There are water taps, sanitary facilities, shaded campsites and a braai. Most of the sites are under a tree offering some shade and they share ablution facilities.

Why choose Camp Moremi?

Camp Moremi is located in an area with vast variations in landscape, attracting abundant wildlife – big game, elegant antelopes, majestic birds; discover it all at this warm-hearted camp. A bright, fiery sun slowly sinks into the horizon and the sky colours pink.

How to get to Okavango Delta Game Reserve?

Getting to Moremi Game Reserve. Wherever you want to go to the Okavango Delta or Moremi Game Reserve, it all starts in Maun: a small but bustling town and the capital of the Kalahari. A range of domestic flights connections is available as well as flights from South Africa.

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