Daily game drives are conducted in 4×4 vehicles and led by expert guides. In addition to frequent sightings of lion, hyena, wildebeest, and zebra, one can expect to see cheetah, leopard, porcupine, impala, and occasionally the rare white rhinoceros. Depending on the water level of the Boteti River, boat activities can also be provided. Guided nature walks take in the smaller details and animals of the salt pans. Leroo La Tau is conveniently located near the village of Khumaga, and guests are offered the opportunity to take a cultural excursion to experience daily African life. Birding is also spectacular, from the rare wattled crane, to saddle billed storks, and a variety of vultures. Many animals can be viewed from the camps hide overlooking the river.
The main lodge is comprised of a curio shop, dining room, reading room, bar, and lounge. There are expansive wooden decks for ideal viewing of the salt pans. The refreshing plunge pool provides a respite from the heat and dust of the day. Tucked under the eaves of the main building is a wildlife reference library. The dining area serves buffet-style food, individually plated food, or alternative bush dinners. Evening are spent around the campfire boma on the cliffs of the Boteti River.