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Other reviews have mentioned the high price and I agree. This place is very expensive. I enjoyed the tents, the bucket showers, and the overall rustic appearance but other places in the Delta do offer more comfort for a similar price. KT and Georgina were...More
We were very disappointed by our stay at Oddballs. It is very expensive however they do not offer an appropriate standard for this price. There is no guarantee as to what time of day they fly you in and out, and no attention to who...More
Stayed for 3 nights and kind of wish we had stayed 1 or 2 more, the leisurely pace of the camp was so relaxing...
Lets be honest, if you want all the usual luxuries of a hotel / big city and an affordable holiday, Botswana...More
We stayed 2 nights at this camp in August. The staff here were tremendous. Georgina and KT running the camp our guide Bafana and all the other staff members were awesome. The area is beautiful and going out on the Mokoro and staying in tents...More
To fly into that Camp will be the one of our favorite things in our Roundtrip! If we are there, we would enjoy the silence and the voices from the nature! First sunset we would like to enjoy on the little upper deck! But we...More
Response from PeterMaun | Property representative |
Hi Barry, Oddballs' itself takes 30 guests whilst The Enclave takes just 10, so is much more intimate. also the tents are much bigger, so it really boils down to what's more important to you - the intimacy and comfort, or... More
Hi Barry, Oddballs' itself takes 30 guests whilst The Enclave takes just 10, so is much more intimate. also the tents are much bigger, so it really boils down to what's more important to you - the intimacy and comfort, or the money. Not that Oddballs' is uncomfortable, it's just a matter of degree. Bring an hat!