This was our first stop on a safari trip to Botswana and to be honest we had not expected big things from this camp. How wrong we were, the accommodation, staff and food were all excellent and we were made to feel very much at home.
As with many other reviewers we were lucky to have Bart as our guide for three days. He made the whole experience very enjoyable sharing his knowledge and experience in equal measure to his amusing anecdotes.
The game viewing was actually better than we expected including the Meerkats, Brown Hyena elephant etc.
The San Bushmen were a lively, funny and fascinating revelation, the few hours we spent with them will live with us a very long time. If you get the chance to meet these amazing people then do so, we can learn a lot from them about a positive attitude to life.
The Salt Pans were incredible and we again will always remember the time we spent exploring and experiencing this unique area.
Thank you Bart & Camp Kalahari
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