On the banks of the Boro

Sanctuary Baine’s Camp is, without a doubt, one of the most distinctive safari experiences in Botswana. The camp is built on raised platforms right over the Boro River, providing jaw-dropping views of the surrounding wilderness. But, the main attraction has to be the unique opportunity to meet and interact with Jabu, Thembi, and Morula – a trio of semi-habituated elephants adopted by Doug and Sandi Groves after they were orphaned by culling operations.

There’s plenty to do at Sanctuary Baine’s Camp, including game drives in open 4x4 vehicles, guided walking safaris and river excursions by way of mokoro or motorised boat. The Okavango Delta region is famous for its high animal population, and regular sightings of lion, buffalo, giraffe and wild dog are a common occurrence. During the local summer, scores of flamingos gather in the wetlands to strut their stuff.

Accommodation consists of just five Suites, making this the ideal destination for an intimate honeymoon or any romantic getaway. All suites feature private decks, en-suite bathrooms, four-poster beds and ceiling fans. The bed can be wheeled out on to the deck at night for a star-gazing experience. When not out exploring, relish delicious meals prepared by the on-site culinary team.

Highlights

  • "Living with Elephants" activity is a once-in-a-lifetime experience
  • Exciting game drives, walking safaris and boat rides are equal parts educational and entertaining
  • Luxurious suites featuring private viewing decks with fantastic vistas fanning out in every direction
  • Eco-friendly camp constructed from commercially grown wood and recycled tin for wall insulation

Location

Boro River

North-West District, Botswana

Popular Facilities

  • Swimming Pool
  • Restaurant
  • Internet Access
  • Bar

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