Gweta Lodge, set in the village of Gweta, 200 km from Maun and 100 km from Nata, is a gateway to the pans and a rare oasis in the desert. The two pans offer a contrast of the vast open area of dry winter saltpans which turn into huge wetlands of the Makgadikgadi to the grassy open plains and woodland of Nxai Pan. Entrances to both pans can be found along the Maun to Nata highway where fuel and supplies can be found at Gweta village, 45 km west of Makgadikgadi gate.
The lodge holds 15 rooms accommodating 38 pax comfortably. Set around the central pool the lodge offers our high class restaurant, relaxing lounge and a bar. With quality three course meals, light snacks and diverse drinks menu of local and international beers, and wines from the wine cellar as well as freshly ground continental and European coffee's.
The lodge is situated only a short distance from the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans where you can see the very entertaining Meerkats, the impressive Baobab trees and the incredible biodiversity of the region. You can also experience the way in which the locals live. There is range of activities and safaris to suit people of all ages. We offer ½ day, full day and overnight trips on to the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans as well as beautiful sun downers and village walks around our quiet remote village. Gweta is a unique area where you will experience scenes you won’t see anywhere else.