- Children Friendly
- Private Deck
- Swimming pool
FROM: R 7787.91 | USD $ 415.27 | GBP £ 339.30 | AUS $ 644.62 PPPN Sharing
With twin beds that can be made into one large bed framed by mosquito nets, each tent boasts a stylish simplicity and boundless character. There are eight safari tents each with its own ensuite bathroom and shower. Don’t miss a stay in this comfortable and welcoming camp.
Enjoy a nightcap in the open-air boma and watch the nocturnal animals come to the watering hole for a drink, spend an afternoon in the ground level hide alongside the watering hole, which is great for photographers to capture some unique shots; and spot a wide variety of animals including giraffe, zebra, hippo, wild dog, buffalo and a variety of antelope including waterbuck, red lechwe, kudu, impala and roan.
Visitors can look forward to an array of wonderful activities including enjoying morning and afternoon game drives through the 200,000-hectare concession, take in the bird’s-eye views from the top of a five-metre high elevated platform and enjoy a fascinating game walk with one of the knowledgeable guides. Visitors can enjoy a classic African safari experience in the game-rich Khwai River region of the Okavango Delta.
When To Go
What We Love
In the Khwai Private Reserve, guests have a good chance of spotting big cats as they adventure with expert guides who know exactly where territorial lines are drawn. Catch a glimpse of a cheetah camouflaged in the bush, a leopard relaxing in a tree or a lion on the prowl.
- Awarded Five-star status by Botswana Tourism Board.
- EcoTourism Certified.
Where To Find Hyena Pan Camp
Situated in the east of the Khwai Private Reserve, which borders Botswana’s Moremi Game Reserve, the Okavango Delta, the Khwai River and Chobe National Park, Hyena Pan offers an all-around safari experience in a private concession. Its ideal position offers visitors the chance to view bountiful wildlife in one of Botswana’s densest game areas, including nomadic herds of zebra, buffalo, elephant and plains game. Wildlife roams freely between the Chobe National Park as there are no fences or barriers interrupting the movement into the Khwai.
Coordinates: -18.99756, 23.76938
Wildlife At Hyena Pan Camp