Situated in the Linyanti region Lagoon Camp lies on the shady banks of the Kwando River among tall and ancient African Ebony and Marula trees, under the watchful gaze of the resident hippos. This area is home to huge herds of elephants and buffalo. There are few places in Africa where such concentrated numbers of these animals exist, especially in the dry season. Over the years, many of guests have commented that Lagoon Camp stands out as one of the most beautiful settings of any safari camp.
Up to 16 guests are well catered for by 22 staff in 8 traditionally styled thatched chalets perched atop wooden platforms that maximise the viewing potential. Neutral decor and good aeration make the chalets feel cool and calm, an inviting retreat from the hot afternoon. The scattered communal areas are enticing places to relax or socialise and afford more elevated views of the river.
Lagoon Camp is an approximately 45 minute flight from Maun and 50 minute flight to Kasane. The camp is a short drive from the airstrip.
Enjoy a diverse wildlife experience all year-round, but the focus is definitely on the water. Activities include mekoro (dugout canoe) rides, double deck boat cruises, fishing (both spinner and fly), guided walks and day and night drives.
Read what our previous clients thought of Lagoon Camp
The accommodation here was very good and the staff warm and friendly without being intrusive. The game viewing was exceptional and the best we experienced on the whole trip. All the guests ate together which promoted a feeling of intimacy and friendliness. The guides were good but mainly interested in the mammals which suited us for our first camp on our trip. The only thing which prevented us giving this…
Beautiful chalets. A fantastic setting with marvellous wildlife (especially birds) near the camp. The staff choir was terrific, They put on a show for a couple's Golden Wedding anniversary. Brilliant guides, great food. A lovely warm feeling in the camp.
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