Camp Kalahari

Camp Kalahari is situated on the edge of the Makgadikgadi Pans on a shrubby outcrop known as Hyena Island. It is a relatively simple understated camp and makes for a good location from which to explore the vast expanse of the salt pans in the dry season and to witness the zebra and wildebeest migration when the rains arrive in the rainy season.

With twelve Meru style canvas tents each filled with fresh textiles and funky four poster beds. Showers are alfresco in the open air with plenty of hot and cold water.

Camp Kalahari is a great camp for families with loads of adventure on offer. Quad bike adventures across the salt pans, walks with the local Bushmen to discover creatures that somehow manage to survive in the harsh environment and a visit to see the habituated meerkats.