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Reviewed 17 August 2017

The lodge was lovely and the view over the lagoon was stunning as ever. The birds in the camp are wonderful. The habituated wood owl visited my campsite on several occasions. The fishing was fun although we did not catch anything over 500grams. This is...More

1  Thank Quinten K
Reviewed 1 July 2017 via mobile

If you're looking for paradise - this is it. The way to the Lagoon is surely an adventure (don't even think about going with anything but a 4x4). It is not really a road but only a sandy way. We couldn't go faster than 30...More

1  Thank Lisann L
Reviewed 16 June 2017 via mobile

Absolutely stunning location right on the Okavango pan handle, the camp sites here have everything you need, washing line, very nice private bathrooms with hot showers. Huge communal kitchen for cooking, as well as a big fire and braai every night. Tea and coffee provided...More

1  Thank Richard_Outhwaite
Reviewed 12 June 2017

The A35, which runs between Maun and Divundu and which you will use to get to Guma Lagoon, has quite a few stretches with potholes, so caution when driving is advised. Other stretches gave already been done up and are fine. Guma lagoon is clearly...More

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Reviewed 11 June 2017 via mobile

Guma Lagoon turn off at Etsha 13 and travel through the rural town to the beginning of the sand road. Sign indicates 4x4 only. Heavy sand and occasional water crossings. We were towing a Jurgens Xcape, which made the approx 17km treacherous and quite nerve...More

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zanette774
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Hi No red meat can be brought in from SA. Depending on which way you are traveling ,meat can be bought from either Ganzi or Maun. It is recommended to get a meat movement permit from veterinary if you do get meat as the... More
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