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Camp Kalahari
Camp Kalahari
Camp Kalahari
Camp Kalahari
Camp Kalahari
Camp Kalahari

Camp Kalahari: gallery


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Camp Kalahari: picture gallery


Camp Kalahari is nestled amongst acacia and palm trees, on the edge of the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans.
It's a simple, yet comfortable little camp...
with a traditionally built thatch library, living and dining area...
all very open plan, with plenty of places to sit and relax or read a book.
At night, the camp is lit by paraffin lanterns.
Sandy paths lead from the main area to the tents.
There are six spacious Meru tents...
all with open-air, en-suite bathrooms, leading out from the back of the tent.
The beds are high off the ground, creating a greater sense of space in the tent.
...and the en-suite bathrooms are open air
Activities include nature drives to seek out the unique desert wildlife...
the smaller animals and plants...
and the inquisitive merekats - often a highlight!
Visit the historical baobabs in the area...
walk with the wisened and knowledgeable Bushmen trackers...
and during the dry season, quad bike across the pans...
...even the game drive vehicles are a little different here
A special place to enjoy a drink with a group of like minded travellers.
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Camp Kalahari is nestled amongst acacia and palm trees, on the edge of the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans.
Camp Kalahari is nestled amongst acacia and palm trees, on the edge of the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans.
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It's a simple, yet comfortable little camp...
It's a simple, yet comfortable little camp...
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with a traditionally built thatch library, living and dining area...
with a traditionally built thatch library, living and dining area...
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all very open plan, with plenty of places to sit and relax or read a book.
all very open plan, with plenty of places to sit and relax or read a book.
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At night, the camp is lit by paraffin lanterns.
At night, the camp is lit by paraffin lanterns.
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Sandy paths lead from the main area to the tents.
Sandy paths lead from the main area to the tents.
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There are six spacious Meru tents...
There are six spacious Meru tents...
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all with open-air, en-suite bathrooms, leading out from the back of the tent.
all with open-air, en-suite bathrooms, leading out from the back of the tent.
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The beds are high off the ground, creating a greater sense of space in the tent.
The beds are high off the ground, creating a greater sense of space in the tent.
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...and the en-suite bathrooms are open air
...and the en-suite bathrooms are open air
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Activities include nature drives to seek out the unique desert wildlife...
Activities include nature drives to seek out the unique desert wildlife...
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the smaller animals and plants...
the smaller animals and plants...
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and the inquisitive merekats - often a highlight!
and the inquisitive merekats - often a highlight!
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Visit the historical baobabs in the area...
Visit the historical baobabs in the area...
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walk with the wisened and knowledgeable Bushmen trackers...
walk with the wisened and knowledgeable Bushmen trackers...
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and during the dry season, quad bike across the pans...
and during the dry season, quad bike across the pans...
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...even the game drive vehicles are a little different here
...even the game drive vehicles are a little different here
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A special place to enjoy a drink with a group of like minded travellers.
A special place to enjoy a drink with a group of like minded travellers.

Other lodges in Kalahari's Salt Pans

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Nxai Pan Camp

Nxai Pan Camp

Offering good summer game viewing and visits to Baines Baobabs, the comfortable Nxai Pan Camp is currently the only permanent camp in Nxai Pan National Park.


91% (30 reviews)
Jack's Camp

Jack's Camp

Jack's Camp was the original camp in the Makgadikgadi area, and many still consider it the best. Come for a unique and memorable experience, but not for prolific game viewing.


90% (21 reviews)
San Camp

San Camp

The simple but stylish San Camp lies in a stunning location beside the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans, where highlights are quadbiking, meerkats, and Bushmen walks.


97% (14 reviews)
Meno A Kwena

Meno A Kwena

Meno A Kwena Tented Camp is an old-style safari camp, run by an experienced Botswana expert. Overlooking the bed of the Boteti River, it's a great place to relax and watch wildlife at the camp's waterhole.


85% (13 reviews)
Leroo La Tau

Leroo La Tau

From the western bank of the Boteti River, Leroo La Tau overlooks the Makgadikgadi Pans National Park, where game concentrations are highest from July to October.


100% (2 reviews)
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