Kalahari Plains Camp

Kalahari Plains Camp is in a remote section of the Central Kalahari Game Reserve (CKGR), a place of seemingly endless vistas and huge skies. Game viewing can be combined with cultural interaction with Bushmen, making for some wonderful memories.

Location

In Botswana’s Central Kalahari Game Reserve, southeast of Deception Valley.

Accommodation Type

Tented safari Camp

Accommodation Level

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Price Guide

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Kalahari Plains Camp

Kalahari Plains Camp is in a remote section of the Central Kalahari Game Reserve (CKGR), a place of seemingly endless vistas and huge skies. Game viewing can be combined with cultural interaction with Bushmen, making for some wonderful memories.

You’ll be offered half-day and full-day game drives with opportunities to see wildebeest, red hartebeest, springbok, oryx, ostrich and predators such as the well-known Kalahari black-maned lion and cheetah. Guided nature walks let you concentrate on smaller animals and fine details.

One of the highlights of your time here though will be walking with San Bushman guides. This is an enlightening experience as you lean how they adapted to life in the desert, even though very few now live a traditional lifestyle in the desert.  Read more about ‘Walk with San Bushmen’ 

Accommodation is in tented chalets built on raised decks, with 2 larger units for families. Mesh windows admit light and fans keep the rooms cool. At one side there’s a bathroom with a shower, twin hand basins and a flush toilet plus a supply of toiletries. The veranda at the front of the bedroom is equipped with a table and chairs and makes a great place to sit and gaze at the Kalahari plains. A special feature of each chalet is the sleep-out deck, where you can lie, safely tucked up in your bed, while looking up at the starry sky and listening to the sounds of Africa.

Raised walkways lead to the heart of the camp, a large, open-sided structure housing the dining, lounge and bar areas. You’ll be free to spend time here as you wish, browsing through a book in the library, talking to fellow guests and enjoying nourishing meals. The large, shaded deck offers great views of wildlife and there’s a small pool for cooling off. At night you can head up to the star-gazing deck to test your astronomical knowledge, and share conversation around the campfire.

Kalahari Plains Camp Highlights

  • Remote Kalahari desert location
  • Chances to see cheetahs and Kalahari black-maned lions
  • Spend time tracking and experiencing the desert with San Bushmen
  • Sleep out under the stars

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Kalahari Plains Camp

Kalahari Plains Camp

Details

  • 10 walk-in tented chalets, 2 Family chalets
  • All year round
  • Children aged 6 years and over are welcome. Families with children under 12 must book private activities.

Facilities

  • Lounge and dining area
  • Gift shop
  • Camp fire
  • Covered deck
  • Bar
  • Swimming pool
  • Laundry service

Activities

  • Game drives
  • Guided nature walks
  • Walks with Bushmen
  • Sleep out on star beds
  • Star gazing on the roof above the bar

Chalets are made of canvas and set on wooden decks. Inside they are light and airy and have en-suite bathrooms, verandas and upper storey sleep-out decks.

 

  • 10 tented chalets including 2 family chalets
  • En-suite bathroom with shower, basins, flush toilet and solar-heated water
  • Toiletries
  • Veranda with table and chairs
  • Upper sleep-out deck

Tuskwana the Elephant is your guide to choosing acommodation that make a difference to their community or environment. And you can click him for our TRAVEL + PROTECT page.

Tuskwana the Elephant likes this because…

Camp Kalahari falls under the Natural Selection umbrella. They are fully committed to wildlife conservation and pledged 1.5% of their turnover to conservation. Their current conservation project in the Makgadikgadi area aims to expand the mammal migration routes between northern Botswana, Makgadikgadi National Park and the Kalahari.

And don’t forget … for every booking we take, Botswana Specialists (which is part of Tribes Travel) plants trees in deforested areas of Africa through The Travel Forest, and we also back The Tribes Foundation’s conservation and social projects.

You can click on Tuskwana to read more about our TRAVEL + PROTECT initiatives on our Tribes website, including ways you can help with our ongoing projects.

 

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