Journey's Inn Africa | Johannesburg

We are a charming little lodge offering overnight accommodation in the well located, up market and safe suburb of Glen Marais in Kempton Park - Johannesburg, which is only 5+ minutes from O R Tambo International Airport, which is the main port of entry to South Africa and most Southern African countries. Our “INN” provides a warm inviting atmosphere with a classic African ambiance and good old South African hospitality. From the minute you arrive you will be cared for by our friendly & efficient staff. We offer great value for money overnight accommodation with all the comforts of home, as well as clean comfortable rooms and all meals are served on request at the lodge.

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Big Fig Inn | Limpopo

Big Fig Inn offers luxurious overnight facilities set in a well kept garden environment. The units consist of two single beds with showers. It has DSTV, air conditioning and a refrigerator. Camping sites are on grass and hot showers is available in beautiful and clean ablution blocks. Electricity is available at each stand. "kuier gat" is made for groups that would like to have a traditional South-African braai around a bonfire. There is a restaurant, shop and liquor store on site that is open from 7am - 6pm.

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Khama Rhino Sanctuary Campsite | Serowe

The Khama Rhino Sanctuary Campsite has 22 campsites, including sites for large groups. The central feature of each site is a large Mokongwa tree which provides both character and shade. There is also a fireplace, braai stand with grill, and tap with birdbath. The campsites are served by two communal ablution blocks. There's a curio shop that sells various local crafts, books, maps, souvenirs and postcards. Wood for fires and braais can be bought here, as well as ice, cold drinks and basic provisions. Also found on-site is an excellent spot for day-visitors to relax and enjoy the peace of the Sanctuary. Visitors can make use of seating, tables, water and braai-stands for their picnic. The restaurant is open to delight day visitors, chalet guests and campers with a variety of tasty traditional dishes as well as delicious regular items. There's also have a swimming pool, which is ideal for cooling and refreshing.

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Kubu Island | Makgadikgadi Salt Pans

Kubu Island is a place of great natural beauty and a Nation Monument. Kubu is a setswana name for a hippopotamus while lekhubu means a rock outcrop. This rock outcrop is engulfed by the white sea of salt, making it to remain as an island jutting in the middle of the flats.

Pottery sheds and ostrich eggshell beads are found on the site. There are three traditional taboos governing the use of the island, this taboos are no hunting of wild animals, collection of wild fruits and taking away some rocks.

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Planet Baobab | Gweta

Situated close to the village of Gweta, 290 km from Francistown and 200 km from Maun, this family friendly camp accepts children of all ages. Planet Baobab combines style with comfort while remaining true to its African inspiration. Accommodation provides different options at all price levels. Traditionally styled, beautifully painted Kalanga Huts with en-suite bathrooms or the shady campsite are a couple of accommodation options available. The Africantastic ‘shebeen’ style central mess features a tasty bar menu, and when it heats up, cool off in the biggest coolest pool in the Kalahari. Activities on offer all year round include: guided bush walks; traditional cattle post and village visits; incredibly friendly habituated meerkats; expeditions to Nxai Pan. During the dry season (25th April to 31st October) activities include quad biking on the saltpans; a sleep out under the magnificent Makgadikgadi night sky. During the wet season (1st November to 24th April) visitors can witness the spectacular zebra and wildebeest migration experience.

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Lodge Gesproken Talen: Engels Aantal Kamers: 18 Hoogtepunten: Avontuur, Geschiedenis & Cultuur, Natuur, Wilde dieren

Kori Campsites | Central Kalahari Game Reserve

Kori campsites are in the Deception Valley area of the Central Kalahari Game Reserve, and have a view over the open bush. Like all campsites in the Central Kalahari there are pit toilets and bucket showers - no water, you must be completely self-sufficient. The Central Kalahari Game Reserve is one of the world’s largest, at nearly 53,000km2. The feeling of space and sheer freedom is magical – a true wilderness experience. Animals such as gemsbok, hartebeest and springbok are common, and predators are frequently seen.

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Deception Campsites | Central Kalahari Game Reserve

The Deception Valley area of the Central Kalahari Game Reserve is where most people start from and was made famous by American researchers Mark and Delia Owens in their book 'Cry of the Kalahari'. Like all campsites in the Central Kalahari the campsites in Deception have pit toilets and bucket showers - no water, you must be completely self-sufficient. The Central Kalahari Game Reserve is one of the world’s largest, at nearly 53,000km2. The feeling of space and sheer freedom is magical – a true wilderness experience. Animals such as gemsbok, hartebeest and springbok are common, and predators are frequently seen.

Deception Campsite CKBOG-01 is situated on the Northern section of the Central Kalahari Game Reserve there are designated but undeveloped campsites, no facilities. There are 6 campsites at Deception Valley and they are accessed through the Matswere Gate on the north east of the park.

Water is available at Xade Wildlife Camp but is currently not reliable at the Matswere entrance. Visitors need to be self sufficient in food, petrol and diesel as there is none in the reserve. Enquiries and bookings for these campsite is done through the Department of Wildlife and National Parks in Maun. Booking in advance is essential.

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Audi Camp | Maun

Audi Camp ligt aan de rand van de Okavango Delta op 12 km van Maun en op de route naar het Moremi Game Reserve. Het kamp ligt aan de oevers van de rivier Thamalakane, de meest zuidelijke zijrivier van de Okavango Delta. Audi Camp biedt kampeerplekken, gemeubileerde tenten en ensuite tenten. Het kamp beschikt over een à la carte restaurant, een bar, een zwembad en Audi Camp voorziet ook in een breed scala aan activiteiten in en rond de Okavango Delta, waaronder culturele en community based excursies.

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Khwai Campsite | Khwai Community Area

Khwai (formerly known as North Gate) is a group of sites in the Moremi Game reserve. The area is well known for it's extensive variety of animals and the San Bushmen, who have a growing community nearby. Campsites are grouped together with their own fireplaces but sharing two ablution blocks with solar lights and ensuite showers and toilets. The campsites are not fenced, be alert.

One of the first areas to offer photographic safaris, Khwai is often hailed as the best game region in Botswana. The vast floodplains of the River Khwai are home to an extensive variety of animals, especially in the winter months when water is scarce. The area is also closely associated with the San Bushmen, who have a growing community nearby.

SKL have 10 campsites in Khwai each with its own water stand pipe and braai area.

The camp area has an ablution block with solar lights, hot and cold running showers, and flushing toilets.

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Savuti Camp | Linyanti Concessions

Savuti Camp is set deep in the wilderness on the productive Savute Channel – a refuge for a variety of wildlife. For many years the channel was dry, before the waters returned in 2008 and abundant game congregated around and adapted to their new surroundings. As part of a natural cycle, the channel is dry once more, resulting in a rich feeding ground and corridor between the surrounding mopane woodlands for both plains game and predators. Savuti is about 17 kilometres “downstream” from the Zibadianja Lagoon – the source of the Channel. Accommodation comprises seven large en-suite canvas-and-thatch rooms (including a family unit) that are raised off the ground and face onto the Savute Channel. From the thatched dining area, a pool and large viewing area with fire deck extend outwards on raised wooden decks. Activities on offer are day and night game drives, nature walks with a guide (depending on qualified guide availability) and boating (water levels permitting).

The forgotten river - the Savuti Channel - is flowing again for the first time in almost 30 years. Come and experience first-hand the transformation from parched, sun beaten soil, into luscious green wetlands, teaming with returning wildlife – from cats, to antelope and elephants!

SKL have 14 campsites in Savuti each with its own water stand pipe and braai area.

The camp area has two ablution blocks with solar lights, hot and cold running showers, and flushing toilets.

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Linyanti Campsite | Linyanti Concessions

Nestled at the furthest corner of the Chobe National Park, Linyanti Campsite is very secluded and uncrowded. The campsites lie along the breathtaking perennial Linyanti River. There are five campsites overlooking the river. The Linyanti Campsite caters for those seeking tranquility and a more remote camping site. Access to the camp is by 4X4 vehicle, as the road to Linyanti from Savuti is covered in very heavy sand.

Linyanti is often described as the most beautiful corner of the Chobe National Park. This remote area is known for its predators – particularly lions and hyenas – and huge concentrations of migratory species such as zebra and elephants. While in the pools and lagoons created by the meandering Linyanti River you’ll find hippos and crocodiles gathering to wallow in the cool water.

Each campsite in Linyanti has its own water stand pipe and braai area.

The camp area has an ablution block with solar lights, hot and cold running showers, and flushing toilets.

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Chobe Safari Lodge Campsite | Chobe River Front

The famous Chobe Safari Lodge campsite offers individual sites scattered amongst the riverine forest close to the Chobe River. Each site has its own power point and is close to one of the modern ablution facilities. The Sedudu Bar overlooks the river and floodplains, and is well known as “the” sundowner spot in the region.

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Nata Lodge | Nata

An oasis set among the Mokolwane palms on the edge of the pans. It is ideally situated close to the entrance to the Nata Sanctuary and is just off the main road, 10 km from Nata village. This is the junction to the Okavango, Chobe and Francistown areas. The Nata River delta feeds the Sua Pan in the Nata sanctuary and forms the breeding ground for a host of water birds including pelicans and flamingo in their thousands, transforming the shore line into a pink haze blending into the western sky. Nata Lodge offers guided tours in open safari vehicles into the sanctuary, not to be missed.

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Molema Bush Camp | Northern Tuli Game Reserve

Molema offers self-catering accommodation in wooden chalets, permanent dome tents and camping sites. The accommodation is exquisitely located close to the banks of the Limpopo River, shaded by huge Leadwood and Mashatu trees.

There are 4 wooden chalets, each with an en-suite bathroom (shower, toilet, basin) veranda and braai stand. These are comprised of three twin chalets and one family chalet (double bed & bunk bed), each +/- 20m2. One chalet is in a very private site overlooking the Limpopo River, but please note that it is 300m from the kitchen. Towels, bedding and bathroom amenities are provided in the chalets, along with a daily housekeeping service. There is a fully-equipped kitchen (fridge, freezer, gas stove, cutlery, crockery, glasses and cooking utensils) and boma area available for chalet guests.

There are 3 camping sites, each with private ablutions (shower, toilet, basin) and a braai stand. A maximum of 8 persons / 2 vehicles are allowed per site unless the entire campsite is booked by the same group.

There are 2 permanently-erected dome tents, each containing 2 ‘camp cots’ supplied with linen and a private ablution shared between the 2 tents.

Please note that Molema Bush Camp is unfenced and there is no electricity. Lighting is provided by paraffin lanterns and hot shower water is created by gas and solar geysers. Firewood can be purchased from the office (with all proceeds going to the community).

There are no shops nearby so please ensure you have all food and drinks/ice for the duration of your stay. When traveling from South Africa the last shops prior to your arrival at Molema are in Alldays, and from within Botswana in Bobonong, Mothlabaneng and Mathathane.

Molema is great for birding, and guests may walk within the designated grounds which includes an attractive riverine area.

Game drives, night drives and bush walks are available but it is recommended to pre-book these in advance as there is a possibility of limited availability - activities cannot be guaranteed without prior reservation.

The game drives and bush walks depart directly from Molema Bush Camp. Children under the age of 12 are, unfortunately, not permitted to participate in bush walks.

Cultural tours are on offer. Guests need to drive themselves to the village where the tour takes place (a drive of between 25 and 40 km depending on the village chosen). The tours are undertaken in a traditional donkey cart and include visits to the craft-makers, school and clinic. Visitors will get to see the milking of cows and the rate includes a traditional meal with a local family.

A 4x4 trail will also soon be available in the area outside of the Tuli Game Reserve and guests will drive their own vehicles on this, taking along a local guide to show them the route. We recommend taking a picnic lunch along to be enjoyed at one of the many scenic spots where you can stop-off.

Please note that there is no longer a self-drive trail operational within Molema and self-driving is only permitted within the village areas on the guided 4x4 routes.

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