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I first visited Guma in 2013 as part of a tour and promised myself a return visit one day. Actually this site was the ONLY venue to date that we had on a must do list for our Nairobi - Cape Town - Rtn self...More
What a wonderful location, right on the side of the Pan handle and with a great view over the water. The cabins were well laid out and spacious, our group had numbers 11,12 & 13. We were in 13 which is the furthest away from...More
Stayed 2 nights as part of tour through Botswana, Zimbabwe and Namibia. Rooms are well laid out with great views of the lagoon. Comfortable beds with mosquito nets. Friendly staff to answer all your questions. The meals we had were excellent. Highly recommended.
Our visit to Botswana and Namibia would not have been if it wasn't for Guma Lagoon. The 2 owners, Guy and Beverly and so sweet and very accommodating to all of their guests. The 2 of them always carry a smile on their faces.
The settings are very nice however the team running the place seems to have a lot to learn to be customer friendly. The employees do not seem to have much fun there, probably the result of poor management Lastly we were asked to fill a...More
Response from Guma-lagoon | Property representative |
Hi No red meat can be brought in from SA. Depending on which way you are traveling ,meat can be bought from either Ganzi or Maun. It is recommended to get a meat movement permit from veterinary if you do get meat as the... More
Hi No red meat can be brought in from SA. Depending on which way you are traveling ,meat can be bought from either Ganzi or Maun. It is recommended to get a meat movement permit from veterinary if you do get meat as the check points change from day to day with regards to the movement of red meat.
Braai packs can be purchased from Guma if needed.