Leroo La Tau

Leroo La Tau is situated on the western bank of the Boteti River some 140 kilometres south east of Maun. The river’s eastern bank forms the boundary of the Makgadikgadi Pans National Park. The Park stretches away from the banks of the Boteti River, through its interior of scrubland and grasslands. The western boundary supports mineral rich grass lands, which, along with the River supplies the much needed sustenance for the herds which inhabit the park.  As Leroo La Tau is built on cliffs over 10 metres high, guests can enjoy an extensive vista. The main reception and lounge area is also located on top of these cliffs; this raised vantage point ensures unsurpassed views of the river and the Makgadikgadi to the east.

    Chalet

    There are 12 spacious thatch and timber chalets whose décor reflects the colours and texture of the surrounding landscape. Set on raised wooden platforms the well-spaced chalets feature an en-suite shower and glass sliding doors which open onto a private wooden deck from which to view the comings and goings of the animals and birds.

      Chalet (3-4 Nights)

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        Chalet (5+ Nights)

        There are 12 spacious thatch and timber chalets whose décor reflects the colours and texture of the surrounding landscape. Set on raised wooden platforms the well-spaced chalets feature an en-suite shower and glass sliding doors which open onto a private wooden deck from which to view the comings and goings of the animals and birds.

          Leroo La Tau Dining

          The main building comprises a dining room, lounge and bar, first floor library tucked under the eaves and swimming pool. After dinner enjoy a night cap beside the fire silently listening to the variety of night sounds so characteristic of the African bush.

            Leroo La Tau Activities

            A game viewing hide is built into the banks of the river offering stunning panoramic views and excellent photographic opportunities. Leroo La Tau comes alive during the wildebeest and zebra migration (April through to December). Activities include game drives in the morning and afternoon which can continue into the evening. Depending on water levels of the Boteti River boat activities are also provided. Optional cultural excursions can be arranged to visit Khumaga Village, as can guided nature walks in the area surrounding the lodge.

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