Camp Kalahari sits among acacias and Mokolwane palms on the edge of the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans. A relaxed, family-friendly camp, ideal for those seeking fun and adventure, without sacrificing comfort or style.
The camp is an eclectic mix of original African furnishings paired with traditional campaign furniture and colonial antiques. Guests can relax in the traditional lounge/dining area, or cool off in the large swimming pool. All 12 spacious Meru tents – 6 twin, 4 double and 2 family tents, are en-suite and furnished with rich textiles, Moroccan kilims, and four poster beds.
Guests can enjoy a range of year-round activities: Get up close and personal with a gang of friendly habituated meerkats; walk with Zu/’hoasi Bushmen for a glimpse into their ancient culture; game drive to experience unique desert wildlife; visit the Fallen Baobab, campsite of Livingstone & Selous and one of Africa’s three largest, oldest trees.
Dry season only: quad bike across the lunar expanse of the pans; lie out on the pans as the sun sets; watch the planetarium show unfold with horizon-to-horizon stars.
Wet season only: experience the spectacular migration of zebra and wildebeest, the second biggest in Africa and the last remaining in Southern Africa.
- Communal Dining
- Eco Friendly
- Laundry Service (Complimentary)
- Private Vehicle Available
Each of the 4 double tents include 1 x queen sized bed, private indoor/ outdoor showers, fans and private verandas with a seating area Max: 2 adults Children of all ages welcome
There are 2 Family tents, one includes 1 x queen sized bed & 2 x 3/4 beds, while the second includes 1 x king sized bed & 2 x 3/4 beds. Both are joined by a common private indoor/ outdoor shower, include fans and a private veranda with a seating area. Max: 2 adults and…
The 6 twin tents are made up of 2 x 3/4 beds, private indoor/ outdoor showers, fans and private verandas with a seating area Please note that these can not be convered into a double bed Max: 2 adults Children of all ages welcome
Number of Rooms:
- Balcony / Deck
- Laundry Service (Complimentary)
- Pure Cotton Linen
- Wheelchair Friendly
Game drives allow you to experience unique desert wildlife such as brown hyena, bat eared foxes and if you're lucky enough, lion & elephant
Get up close and personal with our families of habituated meerkats. Head out from camp at sunrise, so that you are ready to tail these delightful omnivores as they set off in search of their breakfast. Walk amongst them (advised by your guide) and if you take a seat you might be lucky enough to…
Spend time walking with a group of Zu/’hoasi Bushmen for a glimpse into their ancient culture, understanding how they use the flora and fauna to survive in this sparse environment.
Explore this wild, unspoilt area in the same way as the earliest explorers, hunters and missionaries did – on horseback.
During the dry season, spend an afternoon/ evening quad biking across the lunar expanse of the pans.
Visit the site of the Fallen Baobab, one of the three largest and oldest trees in Africa and the camp site for Livingstone and Selous..
During the green season, experience the migration of zebra and wildebeest – the second biggest in Africa, and the last remaining in Southern Africa.
Enjoy a 2 hour morning or afternoon leisurely horse riding activity across the pans with our expert riding guide. This activity is not included in the nightly rate so should be booked additionally. Guests booking the horse riding activity will forfeit the other Camp activities running at the same time. Children above 8 years of…