Kings Pool Camp overlooks a picturesque oxbow lagoon on the Linyanti River, that forms the border with Namibia. It's classed by its owners as a 'premier' camp, implying – amongst other things – relatively grand and luxurious accommodation, high levels of personal service, and that the quality of its food (and the size of its price tag) will be well above average. ***STOP PRESS*** the boat activity on the Queen Sylvia is not possible at the current time due to low water levels and is unlikely to resume in 2016.
Our view of Kings Pool
Kings Pool is a very good camp. It's luxurious, the service is faultless, the food is very good and, when it's dry, the game viewing can be superb. However, the camp itself is old and in our opinion in need of some updating, and as such we found it a little underwhelming for the high price tag when compared to its sister camps in northern Botswana. That said, if you want to visit the riverine environment that's typical of the Chobe and Linyanti riverfronts, and you want a very high quality safari camp – then it's certainly a good option.
Kings Pool: Traveller ratings
King's Pool overlooks a permanent oxbow lagoon...