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Nxai Pan Camp
Nxai Pan Camp
Nxai Pan Camp
Nxai Pan Camp
Nxai Pan Camp
Nxai Pan Camp

Nxai Pan Camp: gallery


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Nxai Pan Camp: video gallery


Nxai Pan Camp: picture gallery


Nxai Pan overlooks an active waterhole in front of camp...
...that's a big attraction for elephant in the dry season.
The large and airy central area consists of a lounge, dining room...
... a help yourself bar, and...
... an inviting plunge pool from where you can watch the waterhole activity.
The camp has 9 thatch chalets, including one family chalet.
The rooms are cool and spacious with ...
... a comfortable seating area overlooking the permanent waterhole.
The en-suite bathrooms have large walk-in showers and twin basins...
...as well as an outdoor shower.
Game drives are in open 4x4 vehicles accompanied by a guide and tracker.
Game viewing here is best in the rains but desert adapted species can always be seen...
...including small groups of wildebeest, sprinkbok, giraffe and zebra.
Lion and cheetah are also seen although they are more elusive.
Birdwatchers will spot common Kalahari residents like this northern black korhaan...
...and the gorgeous lilac-breasted roller...
...and the kori bustard - Africa's heaviest flying bird.
You can also take a day trip to the famous Baine's Baobabs from Nxai Pan and...
... do a short walk with a bushman guide to learn about some of their culture and skills.
Lion prides can be seen at the Nxai Pan's waterhole during both green and dry season.
The iconic black-maned lion.
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Nxai Pan overlooks an active waterhole in front of camp...
Nxai Pan overlooks an active waterhole in front of camp...
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...that's a big attraction for elephant in the dry season.
...that's a big attraction for elephant in the dry season.
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The large and airy central area consists of a lounge, dining room...
The large and airy central area consists of a lounge, dining room...
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... a help yourself bar, and...
... a help yourself bar, and...
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... an inviting plunge pool from where you can watch the waterhole activity.
... an inviting plunge pool from where you can watch the waterhole activity.
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The camp has 9 thatch chalets, including one family chalet.
The camp has 9 thatch chalets, including one family chalet.
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The rooms are cool and spacious with ...
The rooms are cool and spacious with ...
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... a comfortable seating area overlooking the permanent waterhole.
... a comfortable seating area overlooking the permanent waterhole.
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The en-suite bathrooms have large walk-in showers and twin basins...
The en-suite bathrooms have large walk-in showers and twin basins...
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...as well as an outdoor shower.
...as well as an outdoor shower.
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Game drives are in open 4x4 vehicles accompanied by a guide and tracker.
Game drives are in open 4x4 vehicles accompanied by a guide and tracker.
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Game viewing here is best in the rains but desert adapted species can always be seen...
Game viewing here is best in the rains but desert adapted species can always be seen...
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...including small groups of wildebeest, sprinkbok, giraffe and zebra.
...including small groups of wildebeest, sprinkbok, giraffe and zebra.
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Lion and cheetah are also seen although they are more elusive.
Lion and cheetah are also seen although they are more elusive.
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Birdwatchers will spot common Kalahari residents like this northern black korhaan...
Birdwatchers will spot common Kalahari residents like this northern black korhaan...
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...and the gorgeous lilac-breasted roller...
...and the gorgeous lilac-breasted roller...
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...and the kori bustard - Africa's heaviest flying bird.
...and the kori bustard - Africa's heaviest flying bird.
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You can also take a day trip to the famous Baine's Baobabs from Nxai Pan and...
You can also take a day trip to the famous Baine's Baobabs from Nxai Pan and...
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... do a short walk with a bushman guide to learn about some of their culture and skills.
... do a short walk with a bushman guide to learn about some of their culture and skills.
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Lion prides can be seen at the Nxai Pan's waterhole during both green and dry season.
Lion prides can be seen at the Nxai Pan's waterhole during both green and dry season.
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The iconic black-maned lion.
The iconic black-maned lion.

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