Located on an island, among the channels of the permanent water, chosen for its exquisite beauty and breathtaking location, the lodge accommodates has a total of 9 chalets – two family chalets and 7 ensuite chalets.
Being owner-run, Nxamaseri prides itself in creating an experience that is personal and intimate.
Each thatched, en-suite chalet is secluded beneath a canopy of indigenous trees and is linked to the main area by teak walkways. Each chalet has its own private balcony overlooking the Nxamaseri channel where guests can relax and watch the otters and water birds frolic and feed close by.
The main area of the lodge has a comfortable and rustic feel and affords exceptional vistas over the wetlands, making every day in the lodge a pleasurable, memorable experience.
The lodge has a rustic charm and a casual, friendly, homely atmosphere.
Two Family Chalets and 7 Chalets with ensuite
Open 01 Mar – 31 Dec
Nxamaseri offers bird watching by mokoro, guided boat trips or walks on the neighboring islands and floodplains.
Nxamaseri is also Botswana’s premier fly-fishing destination giving the intrepid fly-fishermen a chance to catch tiger fish; one of the most exciting freshwater game fish in the world.
The lodge is close to Tsodilo Hills and the camp offer guided day-trips to view some of the Hills’ 2000 ancient San paintings.
Hippo, crocodile, otter, sitatunga, tilapia, cat fish, tiger fish are all to be found in this area.
Nxamaseri is a birdwatchers paradise, offering the opportunity to see an average of 200 species during a 3 day trip.
Apart from the abundant water birds, the area boasts an impressive list of woodland and riverine forest species, as well as one of the densest concentrations of fish eagles in Southern Africa.