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Khama Rhino Sanctuary

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Serowe, Botswana
+267 463 0713
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Khama Rhino Sanctuary

We had a unique and wonderful experience at Khama Rhino. We have been fortunate to go to numerous... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
crzyhrsjj
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La Grange, California
via mobile
Spend a extra day for the birdlife

This is the home of Rhinos but dont forget the bird life. A welcome sleepover on your way north to... read more

Reviewed 18 March 2018
Hans4x4
,
Kiepersol, South Africa
via mobile
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“self drive”(13 reviews)
“the reserve”(9 reviews)
“black rhino”(13 reviews)
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Serowe, Botswana
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+267 463 0713
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"ablution facilities"
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"ablution block"
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"no electricity"
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We had a unique and wonderful experience at Khama Rhino. We have been fortunate to go to numerous Nature Reserves through out Botswana and South Africa. Guides were wonderful helping us to see the animals that we wanted to photograph. Wide open plains filled with...More

Thank crzyhrsjj
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Reviewed 18 March 2018 via mobile

This is the home of Rhinos but dont forget the bird life. A welcome sleepover on your way north to Maun. Wel operated ablutions and great camping sites.

Thank Hans4x4
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Reviewed 7 March 2018 via mobile

I traveled here with my husband and parents and we were all blown away. We were able to get within great viewing distance of so many animals and just sit in our truck and feel at peace. We were able to see the rhinos so...More

Thank Cate B
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Reviewed 17 January 2018

We have visited Khama Rhino Sanctuary several times and never had a disappointing stay. the camp sites are well maintained and clean. You are guaranteed to see an abundance of wildlife and bird life during game drives. They have a good restaurant and friendly staff....More

Thank HeatherNorcross
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Reviewed 16 January 2018 via mobile

Our first safari type outing and was pleasantly surprised by the amount of animals seen, especially white rhinos. Ostrich, impala, warthog, buffalo, wildebeest. Lodges were comfortable, take insect spray.

1  Thank Dennis W
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Reviewed 8 January 2018

This was our last leg of our road trip before heading home. The chalets are very comfortable and clean, the restaurant is open from 6:30 am and has a much needed swimming pool to help you cool off. If you want to see rhino this...More

1  Thank Vic R
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Reviewed 2 January 2018

Great place to stay over and have a good nights rest. Get there early enough to take a game drive and view the majestic Rhino. What a privilege to see so many peaceful and unharmed Rhinos in one place. The restaurant serves great meals and...More

Thank Johan379
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Reviewed 27 December 2017

Camp site number 9 is excellent. The site is quite large and there is a big, beautiful tree in the middle to provide good shade. Ablutions are shared but since there were very few people it was not a problem. There is a restaurant, bar...More

Thank MargarethaN
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Reviewed 23 December 2017

The Rhino Sanctuary is a must if you want to break a long journey to Maun from SA. It seems the Sanctuary is under better managment now and it seems to be better maintained than before. The Rhino sightings are plentiful. Dipping in the now...More

Thank John P
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Reviewed 21 December 2017 via mobile

This review is purely of the sanctuary, not of the accommodation. We were really impressed with the conservation efforts of the sanctuary. It's a beautiful place and rhinos were readily available for viewing around the plains. That included several young ones for us. We chose...More

1  Thank Daniel T
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jambo1987
12 April 2016|
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Response from Vic R | Reviewed this property |
I think you would be able to get public transport as for as Serowe, but not sure after that, If there was enough people I suppose one of the local combi taxi's would take you.
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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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