Kings Pool Camp

Named after Scandinavian royalty, Kings Pool Camp sits by a lagoon in the elephant-rich Linyanti Wildlife Reserve, which borders Chobe National Park.

Named after Scandinavian royalty, Kings Pool Camp sits by a lagoon in the elephant-rich Linyanti Wildlife Reserve, which borders Chobe National Park. The camp’s 9 gorgeous guest tents feature private lounges and verandas with personal plunge pools and thatched ‘salas’ where wildlife on the surrounding plains can be quietly observed.  

The spacious main area comprises of a lovely dining room and bar, set on elevated timber decks. There is also a refreshing pool here, and plenty of comfortable seating so you can sip a pre-dinner cocktail while watching the wildlife come down to the water for a drink.

Activities at Kings Pool Camp include morning, evening and night-time game drives in open 4X4 vehicles, exciting guided nature walks, catch-and-release fishing as well as outstanding bird-watching. For a more relaxed approach to gameviewing, the property has two hides – one of which is underground so you can inspect elephant toes at close range and see smaller animals at eye-level.

Location

How to get to Kings Pool Camp

Light aircraft transfers to Kings Pool Camp can be arranged from Maun, Kasane or selected camps in the Delta.

Activities at Kings Pool Camp

  • Game drives morning, evening and night
  • Guided nature walks
  • Catch-and-release fishing
  • Photographic hides
  • Massages

*Some activities are available at extra cost.

Kings Pool Camp Highlights

  • An historic safari lodge set amid Africa’s highest densities of elephant
  • Amazing gameviewing opportunities
  • Two fantastic hides, perfect for wildlife photography
  • Stunning tented suites, spacious and private
  • A wide range of safari activities from game drives to walks

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Botswana Overview

What is the best thing to do in Botswana?
Abundant wildlife including big cats, small, ultra-luxurious lodges and diverse landscapes make Botswana one of Africa’s premier safari destinations. Unique activities including exploring the waterways of the Okavango Delta by mokoro (dugout canoe), walking with bushmen in the Kalahari Desert, and exciting 4WD safaris are all possible.

What is the Climate in Botswana?
During the winter months of May-August days are dry and sunny with average temperatures of 25°C. Mornings and evenings can be very cold. Daily averages begin to rise in September and October towards 33-35°C. Temperatures from November-April can be very hot, reaching above 38°C. December to March is when Botswana receives most of its rain.

How do you get to Botswana?
Unfortunately, there are not many direct flights into Botswana. Most travellers fly into Johannesburg in South Africa, the major hub for Southern African Safaris. From there, there are regular flights between Johannesburg and Maun, the Okavango Deltas major access point.

What can I combine Botswana with?
A landlocked country, Botswana is surrounded by a number of other safari destinations. Botswana can easily be combined with Victoria Falls, the stunning sand dunes of Namibia, cosmopolitan Cape Town or even a beautiful beach resort in Mauritius or Mozambique.

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