Travelling through wildlife country of mopane and acacia woodland, interspersed by areas of open grassland. Low speed is essential on this route, due to the soft churning sand and the chance of viewing wildlife.
Named after the majestic Camel thorn trees of the area, is picturesquely situated on the banks of the beautiful Kwhai River in Botswana, bordering the southern most tip of Chobe National Park and east side of Khwai. Stay in luxury safari tents, with dinner and breakfast.
Thamalakane River Lodge is placed on the banks of the Thamalakane River, just 19kms from Maun, and en route to the famous Moremi Game Reserve.
Character en-suite stone chalets, some with private splash pools are positioned in the shade of the riverine forest, overlooking the river.
We offer cool thatched ensuite chalets as well as family accommodation, three double chalets, and bedded tents with a self catering kitchen. There is also a campsite along the river under the shady acacia trees. Families and children of all ages are welcome.
Situated at the edge of the Okavango Delta 12Km from Maun
On the road toward the Moremi Game Reserve, located on the banks of the Thamalakane river – the southern most tributary of the Okavango Delta. We have luxury en-suite tents on raised wooden decking over looking the river, mini-meru tents with beds, lights their own fire places and cooking area. La . . . . . .
This is a place created with the knowledge and understanding that comes from years of experience in the backpackers trade (we are co-creators of "Jungle junction" and "The swamp thing").
The Bridge provides a comfortable base from which you can enjoy the varied amazing activities that this re . . . . . .
Drive in, cycle in, walk in..... however you arrive..... just pitch your tents and enjoy the grounds. Our spacious and extensive camping ground extends down to the Thamalakane River. Choose a spot under or beneath the trees, towards the river, there's plenty around and enjoy the sunrise over the riv . . . . . .
The lodge is situated on a private reserve on the banks of the Thamalakane River with an abundance of wildlife including giraffe, zebra, springbok, ostrich, eland, gemsbok and kudu as well as an extensive variety of bird life.