San Camp

San Camp: Information from the owner

All the information on this page is supplied to us directly from the lodge owner and reflects their view, not ours.
For Expert Africa's view, see our own report, which contains our own observations and views.

Type Safari Lodge
No. of rooms 7
Last updated 8-Jul-2019

Main description of San Camp

San Camp: Facilities

Property facilities Bar, Laundry Service (Available), Restaurant
Room facilities En-Suite, Laundry Facilities, Pure Cotton Linen, Shower, Verandah
Activities on site (some activities may be seasonal) Bird Watching, Game Drives, Game Viewing, Horse Riding
Activities nearby (some activities may be seasonal) Helicopter Scenic Flights

Room types at San Camp

Double tent(s)

Double tent(s)

There are two double tents with en-suite bathrooms and spacious veranda. Tents are spacious and stylish. Beds are replete with cool and crunchy cotton sheets, feather bedding and hot water bottles.

Twin tent(s)

Twin tent(s)

There are five twin tents with en-suite bathrooms and spacious veranda. Tents are spacious and stylish. Beds are replete with cool and crunchy cotton sheets, feather bedding and hot water bottles.

Activities at San Camp

Fallen Baobab

Fallen Baobab

Visit the site of the Fallen Baobab - one of the three largest and oldest trees in Africa.

Game Drives at San Camp

Game Drives at San Camp

Game drives to experience unique desert wildlife.

San Camp Bushmen Walk

San Camp Bushmen Walk

Spend time walking and interacting with a group of Zu/’hoasi Bushmen and gain insight into their ancient culture.

San Camp Horse Safaris

San Camp Horse Safaris

Explore this wild, unspoilt area in the same way many of the earliest explorers, hunters and

missionaries did – on horseback.

San Camp Quad Biking

San Camp Quad Biking

During dry season, go quad biking across the lunar expanse of the pans.

Walking with Meerkats at San Camp

Walking with Meerkats at San Camp

Get up close and personal with our families of meerkats. Head out from camp just as the sun it rising, so that you are on the ground as these little guys set off in search of their breakfast. Walk amongst them (you're not allowed to touch or feed them) and if you take a seat you might be lucky enough to be mistaken for a termite mound, where you'll be used as a look out point for predators.

Zebra & Wildebeest Migration

Zebra & Wildebeest Migration

Summer rainfall attracts the awe-inspiring spectacle of southern Africa's last surviving zebra and wildebeest migration.

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