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Camp Kalahari is a classically quaint camp, nestled amongst acacia trees and Mokolwane palms and looking onto the completely vast and empty nothingness of the glittering-white Makgadikgadi saltpan.

Camp Kalahari is located on Hyena Island at the edge of an ancient super lake and adjacent to the Makgadikgadi National Park.

Camp Kalahari offers fresh and affordable adventure. An eclectic mix of original African furniture and textiles, paired with campaign-style furniture and colonial antiques gives this family-friendly safari camp a stylish and laid-back atmosphere.

Spacious and comfortable, 11 classic safari tents include one inter-leading family tent. Two distinct seasons bring their own adventurous charms: the green season boasts the massive herbivore migration of zebra and wildebeest between December and April.  The herds spend several months feeding on the rich new grass in the vicinity of the camp.  Birdlife is prolific too.  During the dry season activities include quad biking across lunar landscapes and view unparalleled starry night skies from horizon to horizon. 

 

 

 

Style

Classic safari tents including one interleading for families

Rooms

11

Open Season

Open all year

Safari Experience

Two distinct seasons bring their own adventurous charms: the green season boasts the massive herbivore migration of zebra and wildebeest between December and April.  The herds spend several months feeding on the rich new grass in the vicinity of the camp.  Birdlife is prolific too.  During the dry season activities include quad biking across lunar landscapes and view unparalleled starry night skies from horizon to horizon. 

Game drives, fascinating wildlife and scenery are part of the appeal of this camp. In addition, the cultural and historical component (including an informative Bushman interaction experience) rounds off a visit to Camp Kalahari. Perhaps explore the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans on horseback – this is a 2 hour optional extra activity.