Leroo La Tau
Leroo La Tau is situated on the eastern side of a bend in the Boteti River, just outside the Makgadikgadi Pans National Park but surrounded by it on three sides. The Boteti was for many years a dry, desolate stretch of sand which attracted game to a small number of mostly man-made waterholes, but in 2008 it began to flow again – and the area is now unrecognisable from what it was just a couple of years ago.
Our view of Leroo La Tau
Leroo La Tau was completely rebuilt in 2008 by Desert & Delta. A member of the Expert Africa team hasn't yet seen the lodge in its new guise, but from our experience of the previous lodge, and the current owners, we still expect this to be a very good-quality lodge in an area that can provide remarkable game spectacles when the surrounding area is dry.
Leroo La Tau: Traveller ratings
Leroo La Tau is situated on the eastern side of the Boteti River...