Kala Bushcamp is a satellite camp that combines well with its permanent counterpart, Motswiri Camp. Surrounded by 120,000 acres of private reserve in northern Botswana, both offer walking and horseriding safaris for enthusiasts. Open during Botswana’s dry season (April to December), Kala Bushcamp caters for those looking for an adventurous yet comfortable camping experience. Its attractive setting beneath riparian woodland overlooks a ‘false spillway’ off the ephemeral Selinda Spillway.
Our view of Kala Bushcamp
Kala Bushcamp is a place to escape civilisation and get back to nature. It suits active and adventurous walkers, as well as keen riders. The emphasis is on appreciating all aspects of the bush, including its less conspicuous inhabitants which your expert guide will bring to light. Consider the thrill of encountering wildlife on foot as an added bonus. We’d recommend Kala Bushcamp, particularly in combination with Motswiri Camp, to experience this beautiful and remote part of Botswana in an intimate and personalised way.
Kala Bushcamp is situated on a 'false spillway' off the Selinda Spillway in northern Botswana.