Camp Kalahari is an authentic, comfortable tented camp set in a shady grove of trees perched on the rim of an ancient super-lake within the Makgadikgadi salt pans.
Accommodation & Facilities
Camp Kalahari has 11 Meru tents, one of which is a family unit comprising two tents with an inter-leading bathroom. Each tent has a large en-suite bathroom with running water and a flush loo. The camp is furnished with unusual and attractive furniture from East and Southern Africa, and has a large airy central thatched dining and sitting room, as well as a swimming pool.
Wildlife & Activities
Between December and April, Africa’s second largest herbivore migration comprising thousands of wildebeest and zebra spend several months feeding on the rich new grass in the vicinity of the camp. During the dry season the camp is an ideal base from which to see desert adapted wildlife such as brown hyena and meerkat. Activities at Camp Kalahari include day and night game drives, quad biking (during the dry season only between April and October), walking with habituated meerkats, and guided bush walks with San Bushmen. Pre-booked riding during the dry season is available at an additional charge.