The Khama Rhino Sanctuary Trust is situated in the sandy Kalahari on the main road between Serowe and Orapa. It is a nature reserve for breeding rhinos, but other game and birds can be seen here. It is ideal as a stop-over en-route to northern Botswana or for a weekend trip from Gabarone and Francistown.
The Khama Rhino Sanctuary Trust is a nature reserve for the threatened white rhino, but is introducing black rhino as well. It was established in 1992 and is run by the local Batswana people. In this protected area you can participate in game drives and game walks. Chalets and camping accommodation are available for overnight stays.
At reception is a shop selling basic food, supplies and firewood. Further into the reserve are the lodgings, pool, restaurant and Educational Centre with information on the nature reserve and its animals. The Environmental Education Centre with dorm accommodation can host conferences or large groups.
The Khama Rhino Sanctuary’s accommodation is dotted between the shady Mokongwa trees. There are 13 camping sites and rustic chalets which sleep four to six guests. Camping sites share two ablution blocks, but chalets have their own bathrooms. Camp sites and chalets all have outside fireplaces and taps.
- Game drives
- Self-drive game viewing
- Night drives
- Nature walks
- Rhino and giraffe tracking
- Bird watching