This 200 000 hectare conservancy falls within the OKAVANGO DELTA WORLD HERITAGE SITE. The pan has a constant year round water supply and many species of game and birdlife are in abundance.
Situated on the banks of a peaceful lagoon this tented camp embraces the vision of The Khwai Private Wildlife Reserve, a footprint sensitive and community based joint venture partnership. The Khwai village (and its residents) is administered by this trust.
The Skybeds overlook the water hole, 70 meters from the edge of the water. Numerous game frequents the water hole, elephant, buffalo, roan, kudu, giraffe to name a few.
Meno a Kwena is ideally located in full view of exciting wildlife activity at the river, in front of camp. Southern Africa’s largest zebra and wildebeest migration concentrates at the river during the dry season (May to November).
A relaxed, family-friendly traditional safari camp, ideal for those seeking fun and adventure, without sacrificing comfort or style.
Classic white tents stand majestically on the shore of an enormous sparkling salt pan, each sheltered by a cluster of stately desert palms. Spectacular vistas, pared down safari elegance with minimal ecological impact, it is the nothingness that attract.
Jack’s Camp is an oasis of style and comfort in the middle of Botswana’s Kalahari Desert. The Makgadikgadi is truly like nowhere else on earth.
Along the cracked and crop-less landscape on the road between Maun and Francistown, where elephants tear up any tree that dares to raise its head, a large grey hulk looms into sight at the edge of the road.
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