Kalahari's Salt Pans

Lodges & safari camps in Kalahari's Salt Pans

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Camp Kalahari

Camp Kalahari

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Camp Kalahari sits on the edge of the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans on a shrubby outcrop known as Hyena Island. It’s the simplest of ...More about Camp Kalahari

Excellent  94%
(28 reviews)

Nice contrast to the delta. Very knowledgeable guiding, Servicer a little "clunky"when camp was full. reviews...

Jack's Camp

Jack's Camp

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Jack's Camp is spread out beneath a grove of mokolwane palm trees with vast views across open expanses of Botswana’s immense ...More about Jack's Camp

Good  89%
(19 reviews)

Totally unique experience. The silence of the pans, listening to the bushmen's click language,their singing and laughter, sitting with meerkats on your lap and the romance ... reviews...

Nxai Pan Camp

Nxai Pan Camp

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Nxai Pan Camp was opened in February 2009 and is still the only permanent camp within Nxai Pan National Park. It faces east over ...More about Nxai Pan Camp

Good  89%
(18 reviews)

Accomodation poor. No pressure so no hot showers in evening. Safe broken, Ants in room, Basin doesn't drain off the water, patio doors in front of bed dont open - ... reviews...

Meno A Kwena

Meno A Kwena

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Meno A Kwena is an old-style safari camp, run by David Dugmore, an experienced guide with a real passion for Botswana's bush ...More about Meno A Kwena

Good  85%
(13 reviews)

You really can not beat the view of the Boteti river. The staff was very accommodating. reviews...

San Camp

San Camp

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San Camp is a strikingly beautiful tented camp with an ‘Arabian Nights’ feel that seems well suited to its dramatic location...More about San Camp

Excellent  100%
(8 reviews)

Wow, what can I say. Amazing landscape & fabulous game (in late August). Ostrich, antelope we hadn't seen anywhere else, gorgeous lions, huge herds of zebra & wildebeest, ... reviews...

Leroo La Tau

Leroo La Tau

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Leroo La Tau is situated 140km south-east of Maun, on the western boundary of Botswana’s Makgadikgadi Pans National Park. The ...More about Leroo La Tau

Excellent  100%
(1 reviews)

Refurbished and re-opened June 2008. Stylish well proportioned rooms with a wide balcony overlooking the dry river bed and water hole. Well worth the two hour drive from ... reviews...