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Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We used Senyati as camping base to explore the Kasane area, mainly Chobe and boat trips into Chobe. The camp sites are close together, but each has a very neat toilet/shower/kitchen island with donkey for hot water. The setup worked well for our group of 10 in 4 vehicles. The lookout deck at waterhole is good and we did see...

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Gaborone, Botswana
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We have just spent three nights in Senyati and loved the place! But don't go there expecting glamping or fancy lodges! And don't expect to be miles away from human habitation! However, don't let that stop you from experiencing one of the most intimate wildlife encounters on this planet! If you are new to the African bush, or just want...

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Beautiful and serene location. A water hole in front of the deck to view animals and to better it a bunker to have a real close look. Viewed animals from the door of our chalet. The place is good for relaxation and to be out of the city. No wifi etc to disturb you. Did not bother the management for...

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

No human skills from manager owner on duty. Total disrespect for their Campers and/or Visitors. No follow up on complaints she rather send message that visitors are welcome to leave all though you are still booked for number of days

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Random Cyber bullying when you did not get your way with us does not help. Writing under a false name clearly indicates that your only objective is cyber bullying and not to improve our services.

Overath, Germany
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Visited beginning of Oct. 16 with family and friends ( from Germany, Brasil, Canada ) Senyati camp for few days. Both camp sites as well as chalets were in excellent and comfortable condition. Great encounters with game, especially elephants. Unfortunately few other game around, most probably due to extreme draught and vegetation damage by elephants. I would like - if...

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Haiger, Germany
Reviewed 13 December 2016

Good and friendly service, the location and the rooms have been very nice. The adventure to meet the animals in such a peacefull atmosphere we will never forgett. When we visit Boutswana again , we will stay again on this wonderfull place.

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Windhoek, Namibia
Reviewed 13 December 2016

I have previously camped at Senyati. This time, we stayed in a chalet. It was tidy and clean, albeit dated. We enjoyed being able to sit on the viewing deck and in the bunker watching many elephants some and go, including newborns. This is a quiet spot to stay. Be forewarned, though, that if you do not have a 4X4...

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Pretoria
Reviewed 7 December 2016

Stayed in a chalet for one night. What an amazing experience! Hundreds of elephants visited the watering hole only twenty meters away in a nearly constant procession. Chalets comfortable and neat, camping sites well appointed, private and clean. Staff friendly and courteous. Next visit will be for at least two nights!

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Berlin, Germany
Reviewed 7 December 2016

Senyati Safari Camp is located near Kasane and a comfortable and payable alternative to the campsites in the parcs. We started in Maun, crossed the parcs and spent the nights in the campsites, had two nights in Senyati and returned to Maun by crossing the parcs again.

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Louis Trichardt, South Africa
Reviewed 7 December 2016

We had a great stay at Senyati. Wildlife around the waterhole was excellent. Comfortable driving distance to and from Kasane. Loved the big herd of buffalo that came to drink the one morning!! Senyati came highly recommended by s friend in Kasane after we could not find any available accommodation in Kasane. At the end of our trip I was...

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Aircon is provided in our self-catering chalets and our campsites are all equipped with private toilet and shower. Our campsites also each have a 220V electric point, a cooking area and a private braai area. All campsites also have hot water basins for the washing up of dishes. Free Wifi internet and free entrance to the photographic elephant hide for all guests. Guests can take photos at ground level, literally centimetres away from the elephants. Chalets are fully equipped with aircondioners, stoves, microwaves, fridges, crockery, cutlery, glasses, bedlinnen, mosquito nets and much more. Senyati is located around a waterhole which is lit throughout the night, 24/7. A small Serengeti. While sipping sundowners at the "bar with the best view in the world" you will be entertained by a constant flow of animals...elephant, giraffe, zebra, of buffalo, warthogs, roan antelope, sable. By campfire or in your bed you will have a lullaby of the cry of the hyena, the bark of the jackal and the roar of lion... Senyati also arranges Victoria Falls transfers, Chobe River cruises, tiger fishing trips, safari drives, airport transfers and much more. The reception area is equipped with a small shop, selling souveniers, fire wood, meat and other daily necessities. ... more   less 

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Address: Nata Kazangula Road, 8km From Kazangula | 10 Km From Chobe National Park and 10km from Kasane, Kasane, Botswana
Region: Botswana > North-West District > Kasane
Number of rooms: 27
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“Avoid camp site 4 - it has absolutely no trees”
 of 5 bubbles HenrietteK007, 4 Jan 2017 | Read review
“We do not like air conditioning but because of the heat we could not leave the windows open because of the mosquito and had to sleep with the aircon on. I would recommend putting a net of some sort over the windows so that it can be kept open to enjoy the night sounds and fresh air 😉 (After all you will be saving on electricity)”
 of 5 bubbles , 6 Dec 2016 | Read review
“Book early if you want to be sure of a reservation”
 of 5 bubbles jeromepetros, 14 Nov 2016 | Read review
“We never stayed in the rooms so could not comment but judging from the rest of the campsite I am sure every aspect was good.”
 of 5 bubbles lynettema, 9 Nov 2016 | Read review
“keep your food locked up. the resident baboon troop has given up hunting and gathering and taken up opportunistic guest food theft!”
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