With just twelve wooden chalets, LeRoo Le Tau is an exclusive lodge offering where guests are have an opportunity to experience life on safari in the Botswana wilderness. A member of the Desert and Delta group of lodge that span Botswana, this intimate lodge is ideal for self-drive guests as it is only 140km south of Maun. After many years of drought, LeRoo Le Tau is once again a watery haven and guests are able to enjoy a ringside seat of animal action on the Boteti River. Though game drives and guided walks are certainly an essential part of the lodge experience here, lounging on your own glass fronted river facing deck is an unforgettable way to soak up the sights and sounds of this pristine part of the world.
A specially built game hide offers guests a chance to witness animals in extraordinarily close circumstances. After an outing, whether to follow the resident animals or to take part in a fascinating cultural excursion that enlightens guests to bushman life, guests congregate at the wood and thatched lounge and bar area to share wildlife spotting tales and to listen to the sounds of the African night. An all-inclusive options, all meals and beverages are included at this exclusive camp. And while the camp does not cater for young children, those from the age of 12 upwards are welcome provided they stay with their parents. At the remote LeRoo Le Tau, the magnificent surrounds and their residents are the heroes. Thanks to a ringside seat on the banks of the Boteti river and access to game rich areas, guests are guaranteed excellent game viewing opportunities as well as a chance to recharge their batteries in this pristine part of southern Africa.