Leroo La Tau lies on the western bank of the Boteti River that forms the boundary of the Makgadikgadi Pan National Park. The park stretches a long way from the riverbank where Leroo is located into a fecund interior of scrubland and mineral rich grasslands.
The camp is built on cliffs over 10 meters above this changing riverbed environment, offering a raised vantage point which ensures unsurpassed views of the river and the park to the east.
There are 12 luxurious thatched and glass fronted cottages with en-suite bathrooms, each raised on a wooden platform. Electricity is supplied by a generator that’s turned off at night. There’s a main lounge and dining area, swimming pool and inviting hide built into the river bank just above the river.
The lodge offers both scheduled guided day and night game drives. Depending on the water levels of the Boteti River, boat activities can also be provided. Optional cultural excursions can be arranged to visit Khumaga Village, as can guided nature walks in the area surrounding the lodge.
Leroo La Tau translates as “lion’s paw,” and the surrounding area features abundant lion.
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