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San Camp: video gallery


San Camp: picture gallery


San is a strikingly beautiful camp...
...located on the edge of the vast Makgadikagadi Salt Pans.
Pale canvas tents are set in a wide semi circle overlooking the shimmering salt pan
The main area consists of a beautifully decorated tented dining room...
...to one end is a small library with an interesting selection of books and....
...and a well-stocked bar.
At the other end is a stylish tea tent with piles of oriental cushions to relax on.
...a nearby day bed is a perfect place to unwind and appreciate the views.
The rooms, which have either double or twin beds are uniquely decorated.
Each tent has a lounge area and...
...a small writing desk...
 ...as well as good storage space.
The en-suite bathrooms have a single brass sink...
...an unusual throne like flushing toilet...
...and a shower with hot and cold water.
Activities are carried out in open-sided game vehicles, which also have roof seats...
Its possible to do game drives and night drives where zebra, wildebeest, springbok...
...and ostrich and seen regularly.
Predators are much rarer but lion are spotted and very occasionally cheetah.
You can also walk with the San bushmen and learn how to make fire in the traditional way...
...as well as how to find food in the bush, and how to track animals.
In the dry season, you can explore the pans on quad bikes...
...which is lots of fun!
Nearby colonies of semi-habituated meerkats offer a chance to get very close to these cute residents!
End the day with a drink by the fire...
... and enjoy watching the sun set.
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San is a strikingly beautiful camp...
San is a strikingly beautiful camp...
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...located on the edge of the vast Makgadikagadi Salt Pans.
...located on the edge of the vast Makgadikagadi Salt Pans.
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Pale canvas tents are set in a wide semi circle overlooking the shimmering salt pan
Pale canvas tents are set in a wide semi circle overlooking the shimmering salt pan
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The main area consists of a beautifully decorated tented dining room...
The main area consists of a beautifully decorated tented dining room...
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...to one end is a small library with an interesting selection of books and....
...to one end is a small library with an interesting selection of books and....
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...and a well-stocked bar.
...and a well-stocked bar.
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At the other end is a stylish tea tent with piles of oriental cushions to relax on.
At the other end is a stylish tea tent with piles of oriental cushions to relax on.
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...a nearby day bed is a perfect place to unwind and appreciate the views.
...a nearby day bed is a perfect place to unwind and appreciate the views.
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The rooms, which have either double or twin beds are uniquely decorated.
The rooms, which have either double or twin beds are uniquely decorated.
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Each tent has a lounge area and...
Each tent has a lounge area and...
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...a small writing desk...
...a small writing desk...
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 ...as well as good storage space.
...as well as good storage space.
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The en-suite bathrooms have a single brass sink...
The en-suite bathrooms have a single brass sink...
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...an unusual throne like flushing toilet...
...an unusual throne like flushing toilet...
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...and a shower with hot and cold water.
...and a shower with hot and cold water.
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Activities are carried out in open-sided game vehicles, which also have roof seats...
Activities are carried out in open-sided game vehicles, which also have roof seats...
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Its possible to do game drives and night drives where zebra, wildebeest, springbok...
Its possible to do game drives and night drives where zebra, wildebeest, springbok...
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...and ostrich and seen regularly.
...and ostrich and seen regularly.
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Predators are much rarer but lion are spotted and very occasionally cheetah.
Predators are much rarer but lion are spotted and very occasionally cheetah.
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You can also walk with the San bushmen and learn how to make fire in the traditional way...
You can also walk with the San bushmen and learn how to make fire in the traditional way...
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...as well as how to find food in the bush, and how to track animals.
...as well as how to find food in the bush, and how to track animals.
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In the dry season, you can explore the pans on quad bikes...
In the dry season, you can explore the pans on quad bikes...
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...which is lots of fun!
...which is lots of fun!
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Nearby colonies of semi-habituated meerkats offer a chance to get very close to these cute residents!
Nearby colonies of semi-habituated meerkats offer a chance to get very close to these cute residents!
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End the day with a drink by the fire...
End the day with a drink by the fire...
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... and enjoy watching the sun set.
... and enjoy watching the sun set.

Other lodges in Kalahari's Salt Pans

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Camp Kalahari

Camp Kalahari

Overlooking the Makgadikgadi Pans, Camp Kalahari is great value; come for quadbiking excursions on the salt pans, cute meerkats, excellent Bushman walks, and interesting 4WD safaris.


93% (45 reviews)
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)
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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