Superb staff, excellent and entertaining guides. This camp has a lovely riverside setting and luxurious rooms with huge amounts of space. It's a very remote setting so electricity is very limited but they do have charging facilities. Food quality was very good. Hippos on your...更多
This was the first of 2 Kwando camps we stayed at for our first ever safari. 3 nights here and the next 3 at Kwara. As someone who normally makes my own arrangements, it was such a pleasure to handover everything to the staff at...更多
We stayed at Lagoon, Lebala, and Little Kwara - 3 of the six camps run by Kwando in Botswana. (See separate reviews for others.) Note that despite the Trip Advisor listing, this camp is not in, or even particularly close to, Chobe Natl Park. Lagoon...更多
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
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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.
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.