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The experience is what makes this place special. Having the lodge virtually metres from the comfortable lodge lounge and bar areas was amazing. On our visit we only saw elephants and hippos at the waterhole, however we have heard stories of hyena and leopards very...More
The fabulous Hyena Pan provided the perfect start to a wonderful Safari holiday. The staff were welcoming and warm hearted. Tandy, the manager, sat with us for dinner and gave us insights into local life. The tented rooms were attractive, clean and comfortable and our...More
A great three night stay in this gem in/near Moremi. There are eight large tents with en suites and showers. You are walked back to your tent after dinner as there are no fences. We did hear [but unfortunately not see] hyena. The food was...More
Response from NS-Marketing, Public Relations Manager at Hyena Pan Tented CampResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for joining us at Hyena Pan and for the feedback.
We're so glad to hear that you enjoyed your time with us. The pan that boarders camp is a definite highlight and a fantastic vantage point for our guests to watch...More
What an amazing time in the bush !!
Game drives were fantastic ( Steez, our ranger - thank you !! ) ; food was delicious ; accommodation clean and neat ; beautiful pool overlooking the water hole.
The staff were always available, super friendly and...More
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Response from NS-Marketing, Guest Relations Manager at Hyena Pan Tented CampResponded 1 week ago
Thanks for the joining us and for the feedback!
We love hearing how much you, our guests, enjoy their time with us and we hope to have you back one day soon.
The Hyena Pan Team
P.s We will pass on your...More
What a lovely place! We had a 3 night stay here which was one of the best experiences I have ever had. Right by a watering hole with elephant and hippo going about their day. Amazing safari experience with Bilipy our guide who we asked...More
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Dumela and thank you for contacting us.
Hyena Pan is situated within the Khwai Private Reserve which boarders the Moremi Game Reserve. The camp is set around a pan, hence the name, where water is pumped during the dryer... More
Dumela and thank you for contacting us.
Hyena Pan is situated within the Khwai Private Reserve which boarders the Moremi Game Reserve. The camp is set around a pan, hence the name, where water is pumped during the dryer months. This means its a great spot to watch the elephants and various other wildlife. All tents have recently been completely refurbished and is looking absolutely stunning. As Hyena Pan is situated amongst the mopane tree we unfortunately do not offer any water based activities here.
However if you are looking for a water-based camp, might I suggest our sister camp Sable Alley, also situated with the Khwai Private Reserve. The camp is situated around a lagoon (all 12 tents have the most gorgeous views of the lagoon) that is home not only to hippo but is a constant source of water & food for the elephants and other wildlife in the area. Here we are able to offer boating as well as mokoros, along with your game drives and walking safaris (by prior arrangement).
Our third property within the reserve, SkyBeds, is a great addition to your stay at any of our camps. As the name suggests, these are no ordinary safari accommodations. Each “room” is actually a three-story raised platform overlooking the wildlife-rich 200,000-hectare reserve. Each SkyBed is illuminated by lanterns at night, and has a fully enclosed bathroom on the first floor with flushing toilets - don't worry your guide is also always near by should you need anything and if I may add offers some of the most breathtaking sunsets.
July is a great time to head to Botswana as its dryer which makes for phenomenal game sightings and also means the animals head down to the waterholes. As it is peak season I would advise in booking early in order to secure your tent.
I hope that the above is of assistance however if you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact us.
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Hi, Rosemary! Did you get an answer from Hyena Pan? There is wifi in the common area, but not in your tent. You can use US dollars or Botswana Pula. If you are going to Victoria Falls or anywhere else in Zimbabwe, be... More
Hi, Rosemary! Did you get an answer from Hyena Pan? There is wifi in the common area, but not in your tent. You can use US dollars or Botswana Pula. If you are going to Victoria Falls or anywhere else in Zimbabwe, be sure to bring US dollars in very small ($1 and $5) denominations. You do need an adapter - I got one from amazon, but you can google that to get the right one!
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