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Khama Rhino Sanctuary

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Serowe, Botswana
+267 463 0713
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Great place for a break

We stayed at Khama as a stop over point on our overland trip to the Central Kalahari. I must say... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
LetsGoGoGoGirl
via mobile
We chose to camp and enjoyed a lovely game drive.

What a wonderful location for either a stop over or a few nights. We visited for one night only on... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
omegacon
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Beacon Bay; East London
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  • Excellent43%
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  • Average14%
  • Poor2%
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“self drive” (13 reviews)
“the reserve” (9 reviews)
“black rhino” (11 reviews)
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Serowe, Botswana
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+267 463 0713
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We stayed at Khama as a stop over point on our overland trip to the Central Kalahari. I must say it was a lovely stay. We camped in a caravan ( Camp c is close to ablutions) along with 2 other caravans. Sites are pretty...More

Thank LetsGoGoGoGirl
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

What a wonderful location for either a stop over or a few nights. We visited for one night only on this trip but will certainly visit again. We made use of their lovely camp sites. The sites were private, shady and the ablution facilities were...More

Thank omegacon
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

It's a great little reserve 25 mins from Serowe, packed with wildlife (don't expect any cats). The ladies who do the game drive are friendly and knowledgeable.

Thank Mike_G6308
Reviewed 6 September 2017 via mobile

Hubby & i visited the Sanctuary 6/7 August. The camp sites are huge and a good safari experience. Even to get to your camp site with the sandy Road. Seems that there are only 2 ablution blocks for a whole lot of camp sites... And...More

Thank Janél D
Reviewed 6 September 2017

We were a group of friends that stayed 4 nights. Unfortunately we were given the furthest campsite from the ablutions, even though we were staying long and had small kids. The fireplace and dustbins were only cleaned after 3 days when we insisted they come...More

Thank DanieLourens
Reviewed 28 August 2017 via mobile

We stayed there one night in the camp site on our way back to SA from Maun. The camp site was very good, but the ablutions not. No hot water. It's also far from some camp sites so you need to drive to it. We...More

Thank Johannes v
Reviewed 14 August 2017

Our request to confirm our reservation was "lost" due to incompetent staff. When we arrived at Khama, they did not have any record of our reservation. When I gave them a copy of the reservation, we were told that our campsite was occupied by another...More

Thank Elmarie S
Reviewed 12 August 2017

Perfect for a half-day or even a day - but you should reserve prior to go! They have also rooms / restaurant - we didn't tried them (although the restaurant and the bar looked very nice, but we have no time). It is aloud to...More

1  Thank Tiberiu D
Reviewed 9 August 2017

I never bag a company or a place but this was the worst accommodation I have stayed at in the world. I am writing this because I would hate another family to have the experience we had. Where to start!!! The staff were very very...More

Thank cosi c
Reviewed 9 July 2017

This sanctuary was a happy surprise. We did not know what to expect, but the animal park, and especially the rhinos, were really worth seeing, and it was easy to get close to the animals. The roads are a quite sandy at some places, so...More

Thank Ingeos
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jambo1987
12 April 2016|
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Response from Sam E | Reviewed this property |
Dear Sir/Madam, Unfortunately I can not answer your question as I'm not a native to Botswana. Honestly, I don't think there would be public transport. So sorry I could not offer any assistance. Regards, Sam.
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BeejAustralia
12 March 2016|
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Response from LittleGeniusHeathrow | Reviewed this property |
There are no enclosures as this is totally open rural sanctuary, The sanctuary has a web site for you to contact them and see if they have any type of volunteers at all
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