Places in Makgadikgadi Pan National Park
The Makgadikgadi Pan National Park lies in the dry savanna of north-eastern Botswana and is one of the largest salt flats in the world. It consists of many pans with sandy desert in between of which the largest is the Sua, Ntwetwe and Nxai pans. The Main water source of the Makgadikgadi Pan is the Nata river and the smaller Boteti River from the Okavango Delta.Botswana
Kubu Island is an igneous rock “island” the lies in the Sua Pan and is a protected national monument because of a number of Baobab Trees.During the rainy season you will find migrating animals including wildebeest, zebra and the large animals that prey on them as well as the White Rhino which was successfully re-introduced into the area. The second largest Zebra migration in the world takes part here in the dry winter months. In the wet season you will find one of only two breeding populations of greater flamingos in Southern Africa and only on the Sua Pan.
On the fringes where the grasslands are you will find the endemic Makgadikgadi spiny agama Lizard and other species of lizards, tortoises, snakes and rock monitors. Makgadikgadi Pan National Park safari lodges and tours in Botswana are recommended below.
Central Botswana (Makgadikgadi Pans | Makgadikgadi National Park)
Camp Kalahari offers the prospect of profound rendezvous with the unyielding splendour of the Kalahari. Camp Kalahari was established on Hyena
Jack's Camp is an oasis of civilisation and style in a spectacular desert environment, evoking the atmosphere and elegance of a traditional 1940's safari
Leroo La Tau is situated in the banks of a Boteti River on the border of the Makgadikgadi National Park. This Botswana bush lodge is situated on a cliff
Planet Baobab is a traditionally styled mud Kalanga and Bushmen grass hut village. Activities include tracking the elusive Elephant, visiting stone tool