Grassland Safari Lodge

Botswana

  • Meet the local Basarwa people
  • Comfy, en-suite chalets
  • Sip a sundowner by the waterhole
  • Game drives and walking safaris
  • Cool off with a swim in the pool
  • See Kalahari lions at the predator rehabilitation project

Open: All year. 

Location: The lodge is located on the western edge of the Central Kalahari Game Reserve, about 80km northeast of Ghanzi, which can be reached by charter flight from Maun and Gaborone. The lodge also has its own airstrip for direct charter flights. 

Rooms: 8 double chalets, each with en-suite bathroom with hot and cold water. The chalets are equipped with fans, wardrobes and dressing tables. There is also a family suite. 

Activities: Day and afternoon game drives into Moremi Game Reserve and the Okavango Delta, bush walks with a clan of San bushmen, village visits and horseback safaris, these last need to be booked in advance. You can also watch wildlife at the waterhole in the camp and visit the adjacent Predator Protection Project, where rescued animals including Kalahari lions, leopards, cheetahs and wild dogs are cared for. 

Facilities: The 2 main buildings house the indoor and outdoor dining rooms, covered bar, indoor and outdoor lounge. There is a large swimming pool. The lodge has a firepit looking towards the waterhole, which is floodlit at night. 

Dining: Meals are eaten communally. 

Children: The camp accepts children of all ages. There are 2 family rooms. Families need to book their own safari vehicle at additional cost.

Health: This is a malarial area. 

Communication:
There is telephone access.

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