– All paperwork: Lodge confirmations, flight information, passport and travel insurance.
– Some local currency is a good idea but not essential. (Botswana Pula)
– Sponge bag with toiletries including your medication
– Kindle, iPad with chargers
– Phone and charger
– Camera and charger.
– Charging points in the tents are the South African type plug (Type M – three round pins).  You will also come across the British-type plug (Type G – three rectangular pins) in Botswana.
– Pair of polarised sunglasses.
– Sunblock
– Hat
– Insect repellent.
– Binoculars
– Day bag, useful for keeping things in on game drives
– Headlamp or torch is useful
– Wet-wipes and some leave in/dry shampoo maybe useful for early mornings when you don’t have time for a shower is a good idea
– A couple of re-sealable plastic bags.
– A good waterproof jacket is useful in the rainy season and in the dry season something wind-proof for early morning game drives and evenings when it gets chilly.
– Long pants with a blouse/shirt is common at dinner time.  You will need some short-sleeved t-shirts and a couple of long sleeved shirts (for sun protection as well as warmth).  Loose layers and accessories that protect you from the sun and biting insects.  Stick to bush or neutral colours rather than light/bright or white colours as these can spook the animals.  Zip-off pants that turn into shorts are great as morning game drives are cold and then it gets warmer.   A warm fleece for early mornings and around the fire in the evenings.
– You only need to take two pairs of comfortable shoes. Flat shoes are more practical than heels when walking on wooden boardwalks and sandy paths. Flip-flops are fine for around the pool and boating trips.  – One pair of good walking shoes is useful.

Your flight time from Maun to Kadizora Camp will be approximately 45 minutes. As you are flying over most of the Delta to get to Kadizora Camp, you will experience breath taking scenery. Any air charter company can use Kadizora airstrip and we can organise your flight, or you can plan your own trip.

The food at Kadizora Camp is of a high standard and fresh ingredients are used as far as possible to create a delicious and varied menu. You will never go hungry at our Camp as there is an abundance of food at each meal, not to mention high tea which is served every afternoon.


Meal times are based around the activities and are either served outdoors on the decking area or in the warmth of the dining room.

Dinner is a sociable affair, main courses are buffet-style, with plated starters and desserts. After dinner enjoy a drink around the campfire listening to the cacophony of night sounds.

No data loaded yet

(2 Adults and 2 children or 4 Adults)


Boating *

Cultural village tours

* Age limits apply

Seasonal or on request


Elevated bar to maximise views of the floodplains

Indoor and outdoor lounge and bar area

Private airstrip

Safety Policies & Procedures
No data loaded yet
Conservation & Community
No data loaded yet
Booking T's & C's

Always verify FULL terms & conditions with reservations department prior to booking confirmation or on pro-forma invoice.

A non-refundable deposit of 20% is required within 7 days. Full payment of the balance is due 30 days prior to guests arrival, unless the booking is made within 14 days of travel, in which case full prepayment will be required immediately.

Bookings cancelled or amended 60 and 30 days prior to arrival will incur a 50% cancellation fee of the total amount.
Bookings cancelled or amended 29 and 15 days prior to arrival will incur a 75% cancellation fee of the total amount.
Bookings cancelled or amended 14 and 0 days prior to arrival will incur a 90% cancellation fee of the total amount.

Children: No children under 6 years are permitted at Kadizora Camp. Children 6 - 12 years are permitted on safari activities at the sole discretion of the manager or guide.
The lodge reserves the right to restrict one night weekend and peak period bookings.

No data loaded yet
No data loaded yet