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Meno a Kwena translates as “teeth of the crocodile” after the crocodiles and hippos that used to live in a deep stretch of the Boteti River.

This traditional Camp is situated on the western boundary of the Makgadikgadi Pans National Park. This is an old-style quirky camp with lots of character and a wonderful atmosphere. Nine Tents are comfortably appointed and have en-suite indoor bathrooms, as well as separate, outdoors, adjacent bucket showers. Overlooking the Boteti River, the tents have breath-taking park vistas and guests have great opportunities to watch animals come to the water – particularly elephants.

Communal areas include a mess tent with a bar, and outdoors campfire seating, as well as a wonderful natural rock plunge pool with river views and shady viewing tents. Delicious meals are cooked on the open fire with communal open air dining for a real authentic safari feel.  This destination offers good year round game viewing, including superb dry season zebra and wildebeest migration from May to November. 

Style

9 Tents are comfortably appointed and have en-suite indoor bathrooms, as well as separate, outdoors, adjacent bucket showers.

Rooms

9

Open Season

Open all year

Safari Experience

Activities at Meno a Kwena include full day drives into the Makgadikgadi National Park with picnic lunch, visits to local communities, bush walks, walks with bushmen, and, if water levels permit, boat trips and fishing. Trips to the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans are also possible – some 2 hour drive.

Wildlife & Birdlife

This destination offers good year round game viewing, including superb dry season zebra and wildebeest migration from May to Nov.

 

Added Extras

Bush walks with Bushmen
Lovely authentic safari camp!