Grasslands Safari Lodge is located next to a vast stretch of unoccupied land between Ghanzi and and the well known Central Kalahari Game reserve, the second larges game reserve in the world.
With no other lodges within 100km, Grasslands Safari Lodge offers an exclusive and wilderness expience.
Grassland has eight extremely well furnished chalets and a family suite, each with an en-suite bathroom. Each chalet has constant hot water and your laundry is done daily at no extra cost.
Grasslands safari Lodge has two beautiful main buildings containing both an outdoor and indoor dining room. Guests can enjoy the large swimming pool after a long day of game drives and cultural walks.
Enjoy day and night game drives with expert guides or watch the animals come in at dusk to drink at the large illuminated water pan just 50 yards away - with a sundowner by the camp fire.
Grasslands Safari Lodge offers the unique opportunity to meet and interact with lacal San bushmen, experiencing their way of life and learning new skills. Having been brought up alongside the local bushmen, your host, Neeltjie Bower, has a close affinity with these fascinating people.
Guests at Grassland Safari Lodge are able to take advantage of this special relationship, as Neeltjie introduces you to the local people who are all too willing to give you an insight into their world and give guests a true bushman experience.
Activities include looking for food and medicines amongst the many different types of plants and trees that grow in the region. The bushmen will show how they hunt for meat, make fires, prepare their food and build their nomadic homes and share their passtimes and intererests.
- Game drives
- Cultural activities with the San Bushmen
- Visits to the Predator Protection Project
- Horse riding and horse safaris
Of great interest is the opportunity to visit Grassland's Predator Protection Project. Problem predators are captured and kept in semi-captivity at Grassland Safari Lodge in 11 ha camps and Grasslands are currently working on a solution to save these predators.
The purpose of temporarily housing these predators, is not only to save them from certain death, but also to educate visitors about their dilemma and highlight that projects like this can help improve the gene pool of Botswana’s predators.
Guests are permitted to view and learn about lions, wild dogs, leopard and cheetah, and the intention to re-introduce these predators back into the wild.