A Bush Lodge & Campsite in the North-Eastern part of Botswana.
Elephant Sands is a bush lodge & campsite in the north-eastern part of Botswana. Come and enjoy viewing the elephants at our natural waterhole right in front of the lodge. Watch these impressive creatures whilst they drink at only a couple of meters away from you, a unique experience! There is plenty of other wildlife around as well on our unfenced 16000 ha private conservancy. The lack of fences allows all animals to roam freely. We are ideally located in the centre of Botswana’s highlights, such as: the Makgadikgadi pans, the Okavango delta and Chobe National Park. Victoria Falls and Hwange National Park are on our doorstep so to speak.
Our lodge is a great starting point for a tour along all these places of interest. Find out more about the activities and personalized Tours & Safaris we offer. Stay in one of our en suite Chalets or pitch your own tent and experience the serenity and peacefulness of the real African bush.
BEST experience We absolutely LOVED our Tented stay experience at Elephant Sands, with friendly and knowledgeable staff about the wonderful animals. especially the unique experience of being so close to wild elephants.
- Louise Bentley
South Africa 05 October 2015
Elephant Sands Lodge is a wonderful place to stay, especially in the evening when the elephants are in the waterhole or near the cottage. Dinner is a little bit disappointing. Two nights the same dinner and an overcrowded buffet queue.
- Cornelis de Moei
South Africa 27 August 2014
Lovely place What a lovely place to chill out. The staff are really good and very communicative. The accommodation is lovely and the restaurant area very comfortable, good a la carte menu for dinner. Will certainly stay here again next year.
- Diana Hagan
England 10 November 2013
Amazing experience! Unforgettable memories! Elephants come and drink a few feet from the guests! Staff is really nice, food is good. Anyone staying in Nata should try the experience. Just 1 drawback: the sand track to get there (but we succeeded to get there with a 2WD, you should call them before arriving so they can help you!)