In the Tuli Block on the Botswana banks of the Limpopo River, you can find the Molema Bushcamp. Molema is a joint venture project with three local villages that enables the locals to profit from the tourism. The project is generating more work and income for the local population. You can buy wood at the reception, but there is no other shop at this campsite. Before you go to Molema Bushcamp, it is recommended to bring sufficient food and drink. The campsite has no fencing, so there may be wild animals roaming around the campsite. Take into account that the chalets have no electricity. Paraffin lanterns illuminate the campsite at night.
The camping pitches of the camp are by the river in the shade of the Leadwood and Nyala Berry trees. Each camping pitch has its own shower, toilet, washbasin and braai.
Molema is part of various South Africa and Botswana trips. It is a good location on the route between, for instance, Marake National Park in South Africa and Nata in Botswana.
There is no electricity at Molema Camp.
- Shaded camping pitches
- Private toilet
- Private washing room
- Hout available at reception