Nata Lodge Accommodation
STAY AT THE MAKGADIKGADI SALT PANS
A COMFY BED FOR EVERY ADVENTURER
LUXURY WOODEN CHALETS
Sanctuary after a long day on the road. Set on stilts below swishing palms, there are 22 spacious en-suite chalets with a ball-and-claw bath, romantic outdoor shower, air-conditioning and hair dryers. Available in twin or double configurations, all beds are draped in mosquito nets and lead to an outdoor porch.
SAFARI GLAMPING TENTS
10 big luxury safari tents dot our beautiful grounds nestled between majestic marula trees and termite mounds. Each glamping unit is electrified and equipped with a tea station and comfortable en-suite bathrooms open to an outdoor shower. There is also a shared braai stand facility.
LUXURY WOODEN CHALET FAMILY ROOMS
Featuring fun bunk beds, natural light floods the wooden cabins each morning. There is a wheelchair-friendly accessible unit too.
With heaps of shade, 24/7 security, spotless ablutions with hot water showers and a washing-up stand, there’s plenty of time to unwind at the poolside instead of working around the campsite.
WHAT CAN I EXPECT AT NATA LODGE?
We welcome all ages! Our beautifully laid-out grounds house a restaurant famed for its Botswana beef oxtail stew and guests can dine below the vast African sky.
Enjoy a continental or English breakfast buffet before hitting the road and choose from the a la carte menu of sandwiches, burgers and steaks for lunch at the Wild Bird Terrace.
Our facilities include Wi-Fi, electricity, a swimming pool, a well-stocked gem of a gift shop, plus a vibrant bar and lounge area that brims with travel tales from overlanders and road trippers starting or ending epic adventures.
Set in lush gardens amidst mokolwane palms, you can safely walk across the lodge looking for Meyer’s parrots, grey-headed bushshrikes, duikers and more.
The Best Campsite in Nata
THE TOP SPOT TO PITCH A TENT OR PARK YOUR CARAVAN
You will find a camper's oasis 10km south of Nata village.
THINGS TO DO AT NATA LODGE
Bird watchers simply love our lodge and can see plenty of species from the comfort of the pool deck, bar or breakfast table. We often enjoy visits from Southern yellow-billed hornbills, pied and arrow-marked babblers, glossy starlings and paradise whydahs.
Birder or not, the number one thing to do in Nata is to visit the Nata Bird Sanctuary.
Nata Lodge offers daily three-hour sunset drives in open game drive vehicles to support the community-run reserve. Most famous for its thriving flamingo population, the sanctuary is set in the mighty Makgadikgadi Salt Pan network with quality wildlife sightings over and above the 165 bird species recorded here.