Khama Rhino Sanctuary, a community-based initiative, is located near Serowe and covers approximately 8,585 hectares of Kalahari Sandveld. The sanctuary provides prime habitat for both the white and black rhino, as well as for 30 other animal species and 230 species of birds.
Khama Rhino Sanctuary offers 8 chalets, each with braai facilities, as well as bedding and towels. Cooking utensils are not provided and guests should bring these along. Alternatively, guests can visit the restaurant for a meal.
Chalets A and B have one room with a double bed, while Chalets C - G comprise two rooms with twin beds in each room. Chalets A - E are located at Makongwa Camp, while Chalet F and G are located at the restaurant. All chalets (A to G) have electricity, En-suite bathroom with a toilet and hot water shower, a bar fridge and electric kettle.
The A-frame chalet is a two-storey chalet located at Boma Camp on the edge of Serwe pan. It sleeps up to six guests in two rooms, holding two twin beds upstairs and two double beds downstairs. Toilet and shower are in a bamboo construction open to the night sky. Water is heated every evening by a donkey boiler. A solar panel is provided for lights only (no bar fridge and electric kettle available).
The Sanctuary’s roads are well maintained and signposted, making them suitable for self-drive game viewing in 4x4 wheel drive. Alternatively, morning, afternoon or night game drives, as well as other activities are offered.
Khama Rhino Sanctuary Campsite: 22 campsites are located at Makongwa Camp, including sites for large groups. The central feature of each site is a large Mokongwa tree which provides both character and shade. There is also a fireplace, braai stand with grill, and tap. The campsites are served by two communal ablution blocks.
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