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Maun to Kaziikini Camp

Distance about 64km

Signing in at Kaziikini Camp is quite a job - one has to fill in your whole pedigree, just short of the birth date of your great-great grand mother (in law)! However, the lady was quite friendly so we did it without complaining. Our campsite was close to the ablution facilities - which has its ups and its downs.

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Posted on 27 July 2008 by Linx Africa

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Kaziikini Campsite - Outside Moremi (Southern Side)

Kaziikini Campsite is situated en-route to the famous Moremi Game Reserve.

Kaziikini Campsite offers a stop over for self drive tourists as well as tour operators either entering or leaving Moremi. On offer is basic, simple, affordable camping facilities in a wildlife area. There are showers with hot and cold running water and toilets. Campsites are spacious and each can accommodate groups of up to 15 people. Each site has running water and a waste bin.

Also on offer is traditional bedded huts (bedding provided) for travellers who do not wish to set up their own tents. The Mogogelo Restaurant and Bar and game drives offer a fully inclusive budget option for those who do not favour camping.

Kaziikini is a community project and offers good value for money. The camp is owned, operated and completely staffed by the Sankuyo Tshwaragano Management Trust and the people of the isolated rural village of Sankuyo, one of 1992's most successful community based organisations.

Staying at Kaziikini Camp directly benefits the Sankuyo community at village level, further encouraging the preservation of wilderness areas for future generations, through sustainable wildlife resource management programmes.

Reservations:
Maun Office: Opposite Maun Airport, First Floor, Natlee Centre
Tel: +267 6800664; Fax: +267 6800665
email: Santanawanistmt@Botsnet.Bw
http://www.santawanilodge.com/kaziikini_camp.html

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