Khama Rhino Sanctuary
The Khama Rhino Sanctuary was founded in 1992 to protect the disappearing rhinos and restore the nature reserve. The sanctuary covers about 8585 hectares and is home to white and black rhinos, as well as over 30 other species. For example you will encounter zebra and giraffe. And with some luck maybe a predator like the leopard.
There are various activities to undertake at the sanctuary, such as walks through nature and drives with a guide. You can book these activities at the reception. Of course, you can also go on your own game drive through the park. At the game viewing hide you can wait until sunset and watch the animals drinking.
- Shaded camping pitches
- Fire place
- Braai facilities
- Ablution blocks
- Shop with local products
Khama Rhino Sanctuary is the perfect stop over on the journey between Maun (Botswana) and Johannesburg (South Africa). Other accommodations on the way to Botswana are Woodlands Stop Over and Goo-Moremi Gorge.