Camp Kalahari: Our View
Camp Kalahari is the simpler version of its bigger brother Jack's Camp and located on the infinite salt pans of the Makgadikgadi. The camp is a good alternative to Jacks and for those who do not want to spend big bugs to be out here. The camps theme is ethnic and in harmony with the surrounding bush.
All twelve tents are comfortable, simple and spacious with en-suite bathrooms and outside shower.
The location of this camp and the activities on offer, make this place quite special. During the dry season from June to November they offer quad biking onto the pans and the zebra migration passes their front door between December to May. The enchanting meerkats can be visited all year around and an ultralight flight over the Pans into the sunrise is a must-do, but at extra cost.
Camp Kalahari: Quick Facts
- 12 Meru style tents in the heart of the huge Makgadikgadi Pans area
- Family Suite
- A private concession covering approximately a million acres
- Swimming pool
- Zebra and Wildebeest Migration during Green Season
- Visit the Meerkats all year ‘round
- Quad riding, Bushman walks, horse riding and game drives
- Family friendly – children of all ages welcome
Camp Kalahari: The Details
A relaxed, family-friendly traditional safari camp, ideal for those seeking fun and adventure, without sacrificing comfort or style. The camp is an eclectic mix of original African furniture and textiles paired with traditional campaign style furniture and colonial antiques.
The camp is booked on an all inclusive basis with accommodation, all meals and drinks (no premium brands), activities and laundry service. Children as of 6 years are welcome upon request. Camp Kalahari is fenced.