Nossob Rest Camp is centrally-located within Kgalagadi Transfrontier National Park.
Nossob Rest Camp: Our full report
Nossob Rest Camp, set within the Kgalagadi National Park, takes advantage of the park's spectacular wilderness which is shared with neighboring Botswana.
While the park gets relatively few visitors due to its location, it is an ideal spot for game viewing with lion, wildebeest and gemsbok all finding a home in the 38,000km² park. The area is also known for cheetah and the cheeky meerkats, who thrive in the Kalahari dunes.
Nossob Rest Camp itself is fairly basic, with many visitors just camping here. There are also seven slightly different types of chalets available. The sizes and number of beds in each chalet vary up to, for example, the family cottage which can sleep up to six – and is ideal for small families.
All of them provide little more than the basics, and all are only available on a self-catering basis.
That said, the good news is that you will have access to communal cooking facilities, and Nossob does have a simple shop, offering basic foodstuffs – including plenty of tins and frozen meats (though only the occasional fresh vegetables). So if you're used to fending for yourself, then the 'self-catering' here, with all cooking and eating utensils supplied, can be a lot of fun.
Nossob restcamp is very centrally-located within the heart of the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park; see our .
Map of the Kgalagadi
Nossob Restcamp is pretty basic in terms of accommodation and facilities – but if you don't mind that then it's a great spot to really enjoy the wilderness, and the best game that the park can offer.
Ideal length of stay: The Kgalagadi is a park that needs your trip to get the best from it; if you wiz in and out you may be disappointed. Hence a stay of at least four nights is recommended (and preferably 5-7 nights), split between Nossob, Twee Rivieren, Mata Mata, Grootkolk Camp and perhaps one of the new tented camps: Kalahari Tented Camp and Bitterpan Camp
Attitude towards children: Children are welcome
Generally recommended for children: YES
Health & safety
Dangerous animals: High Risk