Camp Kalahari is a colonially influenced permanent camp that allows guests of all ages to experience the remote place Jack loved so much. Central to the camp is a large thatched boma area where guests can kick back, relax and soak up the surrounds, perhaps page through a book that explores the area and its animal inhabitants. Camp Kalahari itself has ten meru tents, one of which is a family tent. The tents have en suite outdoor bathrooms, allowing guests the opportunity to shower underneath the stars. Guests can expect classic safari style in their tents with luxurious details making the difference. The food embraces the camp’s remote and African surrounds and guests are offered gourmet Afro-fusion and always wholesome offerings at every meal.
Visit Camp Kalahari in the dry season and drink in the stark surrounds that take one’s breath away. Desert explorations are the main event while early morning on-foot expeditions with Zu/’hoasi Bushmen are fascinating and humbling experiences. In the wet season, this magnificent region comes alive as flamingos descend on the waters, herds of zebra arrive and the predators that follow them keep an eye on their prey. Migration of wildebeest and zebra add to this authentic African experience. Children especially love the opportunity to imagine surviving in this harsh environment and will relish the opportunity to meet the meerkats that live nearby. Uncharted Africa’s Camp Kalahari tented camp experience combines authenticity with an opportunity to truly understand Africa as it was hundreds of years ago. From understanding the people who roam the Makgadikgadi Pans to relishing the sightings of animals and drinking in the extraordinary landscapes, this remote camp offers an unforgettable experience.