Safari Botswana: Sango Safari Camp

Sango Safari Camp is located in the Khwai Community Area, a wonderful wildlife area between Moremi Game Reserve and Chobe National Park. Here you can learn more about the beautiful safari accommodation in Botswana

Travel Guide

The picturesque Sango Safari Camp is located between Moremi Game Reserve and Chobe National Park in the Khwai Community Area. A maximum of 12 guests will be accommodated in six charming safari tents, each with its own bathroom, including open-air showers.

Each tent offers a unique view of the Khwai River, which forms a natural boundary between the Moremi Game Reserve and the Khwai Concession. While you are relaxing on the veranda of your tent, it is not uncommon to be able to observe the wildlife of the region extensively. In the night the sounds of the bush finally carry you to sleep.


Sango Safari Camp

In the Khwai concession at the Khwai River, just opposite the Moremi Game Reserve

Guest accommodation
Six comfortable safari tents, each with its own en-suite bathroom

Max. number of guests
12 guests in 6 safari tents

Day and night game drives, bush walks, boat/mokoro trips, cultural tours

Rustic charm meets comfort and service location in the middle of the private Khwai concession at the animal-rich Moremi Game Reserve view from the tent onto open grass and river landscape often elephant sightings directly in front of the own veranda familiar atmosphere and excellent service

Elephants, lions, leopards, buffalos, hippos, various antelopes, giraffes, cheetahs, more than 450 bird species, rarely wild dogs as well


Staying at Sango Safari Camp


Sango Safari Camp is located in Botswana's private Khwai concession on the river of the same name. On the opposite side is the Moremi Game Reserve, famous for its abundance of animals.

The Camp

Guest accommodation

Sango Safari Camp accommodates its guests in six rustic yet very comfortable safari tents, each with access to its own bathroom including sink, mirror, flush toilet and outdoor shower. The tents are raised on wooden platforms and the private small veranda offers a unique view of the grass and river landscape of the Khwai River stretching out in front of the camp. The tents have mosquito nets, a socket for charging small electrical appliances and sufficient storage space.


Central facilities

The semi-open main area of the camp consists of a lounge with seating and a dining area to share daily meals. In front of the main area there is a fireplace with further seating possibilities from which one can enjoy a wonderful view over the Khwai River. Sango Safari Camp also has a viewing platform and a small pool, a little away from the main building. Children from 2 years are welcome on request, there is no childcare. Children aged 12 and older are welcome to take part in mokoro rides and bush walks.


In order to explore the nature and wildlife of the surrounding region, game drives are conducted in the morning and afternoon as well as in the evening. These mostly lead through the private concession, but occasionally also through the Moremi Game Reserve. Bushwalks and mokoro trips are also offered but are primarily based on the season’s water level. If you are particularly interested in local culture and life, you can take a trip to the nearby village and gain an insight into the way of life of the villagers.



The Sango Safari Camp combines rustic character with comfort and service. The atmosphere is relaxed and familiar and guests are cared for excellently. The location of the camp is also convincing: in the middle of the Khwai Concession just opposite the animal-rich Moremi Game Reserve, it is a wonderful starting point for exciting wildlife excursions.

Occasionally the wildlife even shows itself directly in front of the front door. Each tent offers a unique view of the open grass and river landscape of the Khwai River, which is often visited by elephants for grazing and drinking. So from the own veranda unforgettable wild animal observations can take place.


The neighboring Moremi Game Reserve is famous for its magnificent animal wealth, but also the Khwai Concession itself inspires by numerous wild animals. Daily game drives, foot safaris or boat trips allow you to observe animals such as elephants, lions, leopards, buffalos, cheetahs, hippos, giraffes and some antelope species.

Those who are especially lucky might even spot one of the rare African wild dogs. And also bird lovers get their money's worth by the proximity to the Khwai River: Among others, various herons, storks, eagles and ostriches can be seen here.

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