You know the place you're going to is well worth it when it's a rough road to get there. You're either taking the road 58 kilometres north west through diverse scenery across first and second bridge or you're heading 60 kilometres via South Gate through the Mopane forest via Xakanaka. You're bordering on the Okavango Delta and Mboma Island. Expect lots of wildlife, especially in the dry season. Stay in your car when you aren't on the campgrounds. This is real Botswana wilderness.
Make sure you have enough supplies with you as there is not much out here in terms of civilisation. That's the charm. It's wild. As raw and wild as it gets. There are no lodges nearby or other campsites. It's just you and the bush and any other campers brave enough to pitch their tent.
Self-drive game drives in the area, scenic drives, mokoro excursion, boat cruises in the Gcudikwa and Gxhobega lagoons, bird watching and loads of game viewing.