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Lebala Camp
Lebala Camp
Lebala Camp
Lebala Camp
Lebala Camp

Lebala Camp: gallery


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Lebala Camp: picture gallery


Lebala is a remote and tranquil camp in the very North of Botswana.
Make yourself at home in the camps lounge area.
There is a free-standing bar and a fridge where you can help yourself to drinks.
Meals are eaten with the other guests and the guides.
The tents are connected to the main area via a sandy pathway.
Each chalet has a balcony with a couple of wooden deckchairs.
The bathroom features a lovely claw-footed bath and twin washbasins.
You can choose between a hot shower; inside or outside.
The camp-fire also acts as a focal point for guests.
There's an inviting plunge pool surrounded by deck chairs...
...and a well-stocked curio shop for purchasing souvenirs from your trip.
Bird-lovers can while away the hours at the camp's own  look out...
...and for the larger game your guide and tracker are on hand to show you the sites.
In the dry winter months, this area has some great predator sightings like leopard,...
…lions and...
... more occasionally cheetah ...
You'll also spot plenty of smaller wildlife too like this dwarf mongoose and...
...these busy dung beetles who emerge with the first rains.
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Lebala is a remote and tranquil camp in the very North of Botswana.
Lebala is a remote and tranquil camp in the very North of Botswana.
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Make yourself at home in the camps lounge area.
Make yourself at home in the camps lounge area.
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There is a free-standing bar and a fridge where you can help yourself to drinks.
There is a free-standing bar and a fridge where you can help yourself to drinks.
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Meals are eaten with the other guests and the guides.
Meals are eaten with the other guests and the guides.
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The tents are connected to the main area via a sandy pathway.
The tents are connected to the main area via a sandy pathway.
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Each chalet has a balcony with a couple of wooden deckchairs.
Each chalet has a balcony with a couple of wooden deckchairs.
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The bathroom features a lovely claw-footed bath and twin washbasins.
The bathroom features a lovely claw-footed bath and twin washbasins.
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You can choose between a hot shower; inside or outside.
You can choose between a hot shower; inside or outside.
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The camp-fire also acts as a focal point for guests.
The camp-fire also acts as a focal point for guests.
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There's an inviting plunge pool surrounded by deck chairs...
There's an inviting plunge pool surrounded by deck chairs...
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...and a well-stocked curio shop for purchasing souvenirs from your trip.
...and a well-stocked curio shop for purchasing souvenirs from your trip.
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Bird-lovers can while away the hours at the camp's own  look out...
Bird-lovers can while away the hours at the camp's own look out...
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...and for the larger game your guide and tracker are on hand to show you the sites.
...and for the larger game your guide and tracker are on hand to show you the sites.
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In the dry winter months, this area has some great predator sightings like leopard,...
In the dry winter months, this area has some great predator sightings like leopard,...
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…lions and...
…lions and...
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... more occasionally cheetah ...
... more occasionally cheetah ...
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You'll also spot plenty of smaller wildlife too like this dwarf mongoose and...
You'll also spot plenty of smaller wildlife too like this dwarf mongoose and...
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...these busy dung beetles who emerge with the first rains.
...these busy dung beetles who emerge with the first rains.

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