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Makgadikgadi Salt Pans

A haunting and intriguing landscape, the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans forma large part of the Kalahari Basin and the shimmering, salt-baked landscape is iconic in its beauty. It’s a place that defines isolation butdig a little deeper below the surface and you’ll discover the people and wildlife that call the seemingly inhospitable area home. In the salt pans themselves, our three camps offer the widest range of activities anywhere in Africa and you can enjoy quad biking, horseback safaris, nature walks with the San bushmen, meerkat visits and sleep outs. In the Boteti River region, quirky Meno a Kwena is the place to be for wildlife-watching from your veranda and sightings of southern Africa’s largest mammal migration.

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