Camp Kalahari

  • Located in the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans
  • Simple camp with relaxed atmosphere
  • 10 spacious Meru en suite tents
  • Game drives, horseback riding, quad biking (seasonal), bushmen visits
When To Visit Makgadikgadi Salt Pans:

Camp Kalahari is owned by Natural Selection. Simpler in style than its sister camps, Camp Kalahari offers the same service and activities at a much lower price.

OVERVIEW:
Camp Kalahari is the latest addition to Natural Selection's portfolio, which already includes Jack's Camp and San Camp

ACCESS & LOCATION: 
It sits on the edge of the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans adjacent to the National Park, and makes a very good base for exploring the area.

ACCOMMODATION & FACILITIES: 
The camp is designed in the traditional safari style of explorers of old. The main area is thatched, with a central library, living and dining area, decorated with a mix of African furniture and textiles. There is a swimming pool outside where guests can enjoy a refreshing dip in the heat of the day.

Accommodation is in ten Meru tents; six twin, three double and one family unit comprising two adjacent tents with a bathroom between them. All tents have covered en suite bathrooms with hot and cold running water, and flush toilets.

ACTIVITIES:
Game-viewing is very good between November and mid-April, as once the rains come, herds of zebra and wildebeest migrate here from the Okavango Delta, attracted by the lush grass. This is the last surviving migration of zebra and wildebeest in southern Africa.

There is much less game during the dry season of late April through October, however this is the season thats regarded as 'peak season' - guests spend their time quad biking onto the pans, visiting and learning the desert life of the wonderful San bushmen and spending time with the local meerkat family. A great option for good value in this expensive companies camps!

"The friendliest staff in Africa! This laid back and homely camp is so relaxing and a great base from which to explore the amazing salt pans."

Makgadikgadi Salt Pans