There is also the unique geology, archaeology and anthropology of the Kalahari and Makgadikgadi areas, which remains as one of the world's largest super-lakes which dried up several thousand years ago.
There are ten spacious, classically styled tents with comfortable canopy beds, private bucket showers and flush toilets at Jacks Camp and an impressive 1940s style mess tent where breakfast and dinner gets served and a separate tea tent furnished with hundreds of cushions.
Activities here on offer are seasonal and in dry season Jack’s Camp offers the use 4x4 of quad bikes to explore areas unsuitable for conventional vehicles. A visit to the famous Seven Sisters Baobab Tree, documented by the explorers Livingstone, Baines, and Selous is a must. During the wet season, there are wildlife drives on offer to view the annual wildebeest and zebra migration. Night drives are also available in the area. Game walks with a knowledgeable bushman guide offer the opportunity to observe the desert wildlife and learn about their survival technics in this harsh environment. A visit to the charming meerkats will be a long lasting memory.
The camp gets booked on an all inclusive basis with accommodation, all meals and drinks (no premium brands), scheduled game-viewing activities and laundry service. Children of any age are welcomed on request.