Boteti River Camp is an oasis on the edge of Makgadikgadi National Park, offering breathtaking scenery and awe-inspiring wildlife sightings. The Boteti River is one of Botswana’s hidden gems, winding its way across the salt pans.
Located on the outskirts of Khumaga village, Boteti River Camp is easily accessible whether driving from Maun, Nata, Kasane, or Khama Rhino Sanctuary making it a not-to-be-missed and easy addition to any Botswana safaris offering fantastic contrasts with the Okavango Delta, Moremi Game Reserve, Chobe National Park and the Central Kalahari Game Reserve. At Boteti River Camp, you will get to explore one of the world’s largest salt pans and observe Botswana’s unique rural culture in a friendly, comfortable and serene setting. Get a full Botswana picture adding Boteti River Camp to your bucket list!
Boteti River Camp provides an excellent base from which to explore the picturesque region while offering comfortable accommodation, lively and warm hosting, wholesome meals, and a stunning viewpoint over the surrounding wilderness. There are 8 chalets (5 standard and 3 family), a camping ground, and a private cabin on a raised platform.
Whether savouring our kitchen’s homestyle flavours, enjoying refreshments at the colourful bar, relaxing by the swimming-pool, or simply lazing around the lounge on the viewing deck, you are made to feel at home from the moment you step in.
Each chalet includes:
The raised cabin:
The camping ground:
The shared ablutions include 4 showers, 5 toilets, along with laundry and dish basins.
Although you could easily decide to spend most of your time sipping a drink while observing the surroundings perched on our viewing deck above the restaurant, there is a lot to see and enjoy in the area and we wouldn’t want you to miss out on any opportunities to expand your true Botswana experience.
The Boteti River and the salt pans are exceptional locations and give a unique insight into Botswana’s culture and natural environment. If you have a 4×4 vehicle, you can explore by yourself, but you might want to join our experienced guides to make the most of your stay and make sure you take full advantage of everything there is to see and learn.