Located in close proximity to the park’s famous Deception Valley, the subject of the book ‘Cry of the Kalahari’, this is a must-see stop on a summer Botswana itinerary. It’s where you see odd sightings like 8 honey badgers at once, an aardwolf by day or a large python with an impala kill. It’s true, it’s been seen by us, here. The way this park comes to life in summer with bright greens and colorful flowers makes it a sight to be seen. Despite being a public park, it is surprisingly private.
Kalahari Plains Camp is unique two-story tent design, with rooftop beds for the star show. Basic in style, but easily overlooked by the tremendous individuality of the surrounds, it’s a good stop for all travelers who want access to this special area. With luck, you’ll spot the Kalahari black-maned lions, a rare morph in today’s lion population. While here, you may also spend time learning about the San people.make an Enquiry