Crocodile Camp is set on the banks of the Thamalakane River just outside Maun.
ChaletThe spacious high-ceilinged terracotta deluxe chalets at Crocodile Camp are constructed from stone and thatch, and french doors lead onto a wooden decked area to the front where you can sit out and enjoy pleasant views of the gardens.
The walls of these chalets are rounded, and the floors made from screed with reed mats - and whilst the rooms are quite luxurious, these features impart a rustic feel.
Each deluxe chalet at Crocodile Camp has double or twin beds with embroidered bed-spreads, mosquito nets, reading lights with beaded lamp-shades, a dressing table, large wardrobe, and sofa. There is a ceiling fan above the beds. The rooms are nicely decorated in traditional shades of terracotta and ochre, and have some interesting features such as decorative wrought iron curtain rails and light-shades. Each room has a safe, hair-dryer and tea and coffee making facilities.
The en-suite bathrooms are open plan, partially shielded from the main bedroom by a curved wall, with a large wet-room style shower and single sink which has a large mirror over. There is hot and cold running water and towels and soap are provided. The toilet is enclosed in its own separate room to the side of the main bathroom area.
The standard chalets at Crocodile Camp are older, much more basic and much smaller than the deluxe chalets. They are very simply furnished with twin/double beds, a mosquito net, hanging space and shelves, and a small table with tea and coffee making facilities. Each standard chalet at Crocodile Camp has a ceiling fan and slatted glass windows. The white-tiled bathrooms are ensuite, and have a shower, sink and small mirror and toilet.