San Camp is unique in that it is the only permanent (other than Jack Camp) camp to offer a chance to explore and understand the Kalahari. The concession adjoins the Makgadikgadi National Park with its endless vistas of rolling golden grasslands. Desert palms line the horizon, and behind the camp are huge salt pans of the Makgadikgadi National Park
This Makgadikgadi Pans safari lodge is the only way that guests are able to experience the Makgadikgadi and understand the Kalahari. You will also gain a unique and sensitive insight into the tradition and culture of the Bushmen people. The Makgadikgadi Pans is an extinct superlake, covering an area the size of Switzerland, with not a single human inhabitant, and one of Botswana's most dominant geophysical characteristics!
The Kalahari is the desert with the highest species diversity and is home to many unique desert-adapted species such as Brown Hyaena and Suricate, which you will not be able to see elsewhere in Botswana.
San Camp activities offer an opportunity for guests to gain a holistic understanding of Botswana's wildlife, its geography, geology and its people. This camp offers a very unique experience compared to other camps, therefore very important that guests spend 3 days, if at all possible.
There is no WiFi at San Camp. This is a place to truly unwind and disconnect - watch the local desert-adapted wildlife and the adorable meerkats, join the Bushmen on a bush walk, explore the salt-crusted earth by quad-bike or recharge in the yoga and meditation pavilion.