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1. Lodging Facilities

Four bedded rondawel huts at Kaziikini campsite. The traditional rondawel huts and campsites all use the central ablution facility (hot showers, flush toilets in open air reed constructions) which uses solar power to heat water and provide lighting for both the ablutions and the restaurant.

Six brick under thatch en-suite chalets at Santawani Lodge

2. Game Drives/ Nature Walks

Enjoy adventure walks along unspoiled nature trails

View the nocturnal world on night game drives

Partake in cultural adventures with visits to nearby villages

Delight in exhilarating safaris and game drives 

Guests will enjoy great photographic opportunities of wildlife in their natural habitats with day and night wildlife viewing drives in open 4x4 vehicles, and nature walks exploring the wealth of wildlife for which the area is famous.

The trust lies on the border of the famous Moremi Game Reserve, home to an exquisite array of wildlife species and guests can enjoy exhilarating safaris, which provide them with remarkable views of these gems of Africa.

3. Cultural Tours

Shandereka cultural village showcases the traditional village life of the Sankuyo community who are Bayei, Banajwa and Basubiya. These people are excellent basket weavers and carvers. The village provides traditional dances, demonstrations on the traditional doctor, basket weaving, carving of wooden curios and the granaries where the grain is stored. For those visitors seeing a more in-depth African experience, enquire about our cultural visits and enjoy traditional Bayei culture in Shandereka.

4. Camping Facilities

Kaziikini campsite is an eco – friendly community campsite which is on the way to Moremi South Gate and is approximately 62km from Maun and 26km from Moremi South Gate. This makes it an ideal base if a traveller is considering day trips into the Moremi Game Reserve. The campsite can be located on the GPS coordinates: S19˚ 35.394 and E23˚48.148. It offers 10 well maintained campsites and 4 bedded rondawel huts. The campsite is a self catering facility but if you don’t prefer self catering you are welcome to order meals from our restaurant.

5. Restaurant Facilities

Located at Kaziikini Campsite, Mogogelo restaurant, a bar and restaurant which provides full catering to those guests who are not self catering. 

6. Boat & Mokoro Excursions

Experience the view of an incredible variety of animal and bird species through our pre-arranged boat and mokoro (traditional canoe) excursions in the Delta.