Nxai Pan Camp
Nxai Pan Camp is situated in the widlife-rich Nxai Pan National Park, an off-the-beaten-track Kalahari reserve encompassing golden grasslands, seasonal pans and acacia woodland as well as the famous Baines’ Baobabs. Nxai Pan is home to a unique mix of savannah and desert species as well as large summer migrating herds of elephant and zebra. It’s also an excellent destination for predators – lion, cheetah, brown hyena and jackal are often seen – and the summer bird watching is sensational.
Explore Nxai Pan’s grasslands on morning and afternoon game drives in search of the plentiful wildlife that the area is known for. Take a historical tour of the nearby Baines’ Baobabs as well as exciting guided nature walks to discover the Kalahari close up. When you aren’t out adventuring, relax beside the swimming pool, spend some time reading in the lounge area, or grab a lounger and watch animals at the camp’s permanent waterhole.
The camp faces east over the open grasslands of the pans and accommodates a maximum of eighteen guests in thatched units specially designed to provide a constant and comfortable temperature throughout the year, when seasonal temperatures can fluctuate from below freezing to well over 45 degrees Celsius.