Spending the night in the reserve is a refreshing and highly recommended alternative to staying in Gaborone. The campsites are secluded and well groomed, and feature braai (barbeque) pits, thatched bush showers (with steaming-hot water) and toilets. If you want to safari in style, there are three- to eight-person chalets in the middle of the reserve; prices increase significantly on weekends.
Advance bookings are necessary. If you don’t have a vehicle, staff can drive you to the campsite and accommodation areas for P10.