Features & Highlights
San Camp Summary
San Camp is located deep in the Kalahari Desert on the edge of the Makgadikgadi Pans, the largest saltpans in the world – where canvas blends into the salty expanse and the only colours you see are the blue of the sky, the white of the salt and the yellow of the grasslands. The activities at San’s camp allow guests to gain a wonderful holistic understanding of the Kalahari and all its inhabitants.
San Camp runs almost entirely on solar energy and so is a very eco-friendly safari camp. The camp also has a location that is now famous for its friendly habituated meerkats!
San Camp Description
ACTIVITIES & WILDLIFE
Activities are conducted in open 4×4 vehicles, custom designed for this terrain and accompanied by knowledgeable guides. In the winter months only, all-purpose ATV vehicles (four wheeler motorcycles/Quad bikes) are available, allowing guests to travel across the saltpans. Walks with a Bushman tracker and visits to historical Baobab trees used by Livingstone and Selous are alternative options.
After the rains (December to April), there can be enormous herds of Wildebeest, Zebra and Springbok (with the accompanying predators) on the open grasslands. The summer rains also leave a warm shallow layer of water that entices waterfowl and flamingos. The activities at both San and Jack’s are the same and the guests gain a wonderful holistic understanding of the Kalahari and all its inhabitants.
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Guide Price: From USD $558 per person per night sharing
Rates may vary according to season