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Khama Rhino Sanctuary

#1 of 2 things to do in Serowe Features Animals
Serowe, Botswana
+267 463 0713
Review Highlights
Tourist Attraction gone bad.

I love Rhinos more than anyone....and we did see them here. The reason for the rating encompasses... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
San Antonio, Texas
Very good overnight stop

The campsites here were spacious,shady and private.Each with a bbq and tap The ablution block was... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Diana S
Cape Town Central, South Africa
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“self drive” (12 reviews)
“the reserve” (8 reviews)
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Serowe, Botswana
+267 463 0713
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Reviewed 4 days ago

I love Rhinos more than anyone....and we did see them here. The reason for the rating encompasses the whole trip. No map was available to find areas, we were told to follow the directions on the roaks. Okayyyyy????? All the rocks were painted over with...More

Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The campsites here were spacious,shady and private.Each with a bbq and tap The ablution block was clean. We ate at the restaurant, the food was good but they didn't sell wine by the glass. This was the only place we saw Rhino so worth a...More

Thank Diana S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Amazing place. The only rhinos we saw on our trip. Accommodations were roomy and clean. Outside campfire area nice for the group.

Thank Explore277
Reviewed 21 May 2017

One of the few places that you can see rhino in Botswana. I pray that they survive for our grand children and their children to see

Thank Lynn E
Reviewed 26 April 2017

nice spot / park to visit for one or two nights. we visited the camping by bushcamper. all very clean

Thank bas97
Reviewed 12 April 2017

This was our first stop in Botswana, we loved the park saw 5 Rhino right off the bat, such a lovely experience, well worth the visit.

Thank Mansurmom
Reviewed 26 February 2017

We experienced very good sitings of both white and black rhino during our stay. Roads are fine for sedans unless there has been heavy rain

1  Thank Peter F
Reviewed 19 February 2017

This is a wonderful facility. We stayed two nights and went on safari twice a day. The animal sightings were way too numerous to mention. We had an encounter with a black rhino which was a bit close for comfort as he hit our truck...More

1  Thank ericon991
Reviewed 29 January 2017 via mobile

It is a nice park where you are sure to spot some rhinoceroses and some other animals. The campsites and ablutions are clean. They have also a nice restaurant, and the outside sitting when you can often spot a black rhino drinking from the pool...More

1  Thank Paulina_Bali
Reviewed 13 January 2017

If you need a good camping site with mild animals (like Kudu, impala, wild-hare etc) trespassing your camping area with reasonable ablutions facilities and want to have a relaxed game drives to see, Rhinos, Giraffes, Kudu, Jackals, Wildebeest, Warthog, Gemsbok etc, Look no further! Khama...More

1  Thank sriram1969
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Questions & AnswersAsk a question
Is it possible to get to the Khama Rhino Scantury by public transport from Gabarone? Any help greatly appreciated! Thanks.
12 April 2016|
Response from Sam E | Reviewed this property |
Dear Sir/Madam, Unfortunately I can not answer your question as I'm not a native to Botswana. Honestly, I don't think there would be public transport. So sorry I could not offer any assistance. Regards, Sam.
Can you do volunteer placements here, helping the staff with the animals (cleaning enclosures, preparing feed, planting etc)?
12 March 2016|
Response from LittleGeniusHeathrow | Reviewed this property |
There are no enclosures as this is totally open rural sanctuary, The sanctuary has a web site for you to contact them and see if they have any type of volunteers at all