Baines' Camp features five luxurious suites set on elevated platforms in the tree line. Wooden decks offer expansive views over the permanent water of the Boro River and a lagoon teeming with life.
This exclusive lodge is named after the famed nineteenth century explorer and artist, Thomas Baines. The inspiration for Baines' paintings is evident when looking at the quintessential Okavango waterscape that stretches from the camp. The elevated suites feature a luxury bedroom, with softly draped fabrics adding the romantic touch of a bygone era. The four-poster beds are fully mobile, giving guests the choice of slumber under star laden skies. Avid astronomers will delight in stargazing from the privacy of their own deck.
Each room is equipped with a hairdryer, ceiling fan, in-room safe and minibar. The camp also provides a torch as well as complimentary mosquito repellent and toiletries. Electricity, 240 volts, is supplied by a combination of silent packed generator and battery system allowing 24-hour power supply.
The main area features an oversized deck for outdoor dining and views over the permanent water of the lagoon, as well as a swimming pool for refreshing sunbathing.
Baines' Camp pool is the perfect means of relaxing and cooling off in the Botswana heat. The kidney-shaped infinity pool has two sala's on either side, which have just been thatched, where guests can relax and enjoy the expansive views over the Boro River and lagoon. The pool area is complimented with comfortable loungers and huge umbrella's to shade guests from the African sun.