Crocodile Camp Maun
Crocodile Camp is a 12 km
drive from the small town of Maun towards the Moremi Game Reserve in Botswana.
Situated on the banks of the Thamalakane River, Croc Camp hosts an abundance
of bird life with the occasional hippo or crocodile visitor, all of which can
be viewed while enjoying spectacular sunsets from the bar deck. The camp
grounds are beautifully maintained with a private swimming pool for residents
and well renowned restaurant for scrumptious meals.
The accommodation offering serves a two tiered requirement: well-equipped STANDARD CHALETS for a comfortable stay and our new DELUXE CHALETS, for a more luxurious experience. All chalets are en-suite, with wooden verandas, ceiling fans, mosquito nets and housekeeping.
FUNCTIONS AND CONFERENCES: Take advantage of our magnificent setting and established infrastructure for all exclusive functions and conferences. Benefit from attentive staff, an excellent kitchen and full bar service when entertaining, celebrating or brainstorming. Kindly contact us for packages tailor-made to your requirements.
Mokoro Trips: Become part of the bustling river life by easing between the papyrus clad banks on traditional ‘mokoro' canoes. These are propelled from the stern by skilled poler guides, allowing the guests to sit back and absorb the scenery. For full day trips, Crocodile Camp prepares delicious picnic lunches which can be enjoyed on the banks of the river after a bush walk and refreshing swim in the natural delta pools.
Scenic Flights: Two 6-seater aeroplanes are on stand-by, giving guests the opportunity to see the delta tapestry, complete with herds of wildlife and mesh of meandering waterways, from a bird's eye-view. For the especially adventurous, learn how to fly in a day and spend 45 minutes in the left hand seat over the delta!
Overnight Moremi and Delta excursions: To get a taste of the swamplands and the budding intrigues that unfold for explorers, Crocodile Camp organises overnight or three day adventures into the delta. Night drives, motor boat cruises and camping can be arranged at relatively short notice for guests who prefer to see where their African foray leads them on a day to day basis, rather than pre-booking a fully fledged safari.
Horse Riding in Maun: A great way to enjoy the abundant birdlife along the Thamalakane River flood plains, horse riding can be arranged for groups with fair to good riding experience.
Rates per person per night, bed and breakfast: on request
|Per adult, no meals||-|
|Meals per person|
|Airport transfer, min 2, per person||-|
|Activities per person|
|Mokoro day trip||-|
|Included: return boat transfer from camp to Boro, services of a professional guide per couple, community entrance fees, packed lunch and a bottle of mineral water|
|Mokoro per hour||-|
|Boat cruise per boat per hour||-|
|Moremi day trip, min 2 persons||-|
|Overnight tours per person|
|Fully inclusive 2 days/1 night||-|
|Fully inclusive 3 days/2 nights||-|
|Full inclusive included return boat transfer from camp to Boro, services of a professional guide per couple and mokoro, community entrance fees, all meals, camping equipment and support staff|
|Self-catering 2 days/1 night||-|
|Self-catering 3 days/2 nights||-|
|Self-catering included return boat transfer from camp to Boro, services of a professional guide per couple and mokoro, community entrance fees|
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Contact & reservations:
|Related links||Accommodation in the area||Activities in the area|
|Maun||Audi Camp||Drifters Maun Camp||Gunn's Main Camp||Kamanga Lodge||Maun Lodge||Okavango River Lodge||Mobile Safaris|
|-||Cresta Riley's Hotel||Gunn's Bush Camp||Island Safari Lodge||Macatoo Camp||Motsentsela Tree Lodge||Rhino Executive Lodge||-|
|-||Discovery B&B||Thamalakane River Lodge||The Old Bridge Backpackers||Sitatunga Camp||Sedia Riverside Hotel||-||-|
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