Cool down and unwind in our sparkling swimming pool.
PLEASE NOTE: The Bushcamp dam offers guests an alternative swimming experience.
Board games are available and can be requested from Reception.
PLEASE NOTE: There is a refundable deposit required.
Fishing is available at either of the two dams on the property
PLEASE NOTE: Catch and release fishing. Guests to bring their own fishing gear including rods.
Play a friendly game of volleyball with friends and family.
The ball and net are available from Reception.
Guests can enjoy braai facilities near each of the chalets as well as close to the swimming pool.
Our nature walks are led by a professional guide and focus on flora identification and their traditional uses; as well as insects, birds, small game and 'spoor' identification.
Game Drives are arranged for early morning or late afternoon. Guests in 4x4 vehicles are welcome to self-drive. Please enquire at Reception should you wish to visit the Modumela Ruins, a National Heritage Site.
Our housekeeping team are here to make your stay comfortable. Please chat with them about our laundry services.
The North East District of Botswana has a rich history. Some Middle and Late Stone Age tools have been found in the area and the rock paintings tell us stories about people's lives during these times.
The paintings also tell us a lot about the animals that were abundant in the area and the early inhabitant's hunting and gathering methods. In about 200 AD, farmers brought in livestock, crops, iron tools and pottery. They built more permanent homes out of poles and clay. There are about 25 Early Iron Age sites in the North East District. Historical places of interest are visited on some of our day trips into the surrounding areas.
Visit the Butale community village and interact with the locals. If arranged in time, you can watch the traditional dancers and drummers perform.
A huge African Rock Fig Tree at Tshesebe. The circumference of its crown is measured at an impressive 52 meters. Well worth the visit.
Domboshaba Ruins and rock paintings are situated near Masunga and date back to 1450 AD. Artefacts from the Middle Stone Age and Early Iron Age have been found in the area.
For a full day's outing, visit the Nata Bird Sanctuary and Sowa Pan, one of three large pans within the Makgadikgadi region.
The Sua Pan or Sowa Pan is a large natural topographic depression within the Makgadikgadi region and is located near the village of Sowa, whose name means salt in the language of the San. The Sua salt pan is one of three large pans.
The Supa-Ngwao Museum in Francistown offers interesting historical artefacts and information on Francistown. The Museum conducts guided walking tours of the town, covering most of the important historical sites.