Jack’s Camp is located on the edge of the desolate Makgadikgadi Salt Pans in Botswana. This oasis of style and comfort lies in a palm grove and commands spectacular panoramas over the harsh and breath-taking landscape: stark, white vistas and islands of palm trees. A romantic canvas pavilion houses a drinks tent, a library tent and a museum with a collection of fascinating local artefacts. Regular activities include magical encounters with the friendly Meerkats, informative Bushman interactions, exploring the pans by fat bike and visits to Chapman’s Baobab.
Expertly guided nature drives go in search of the unique desert wildlife and incredible stargazing adds to the wonder of a stay at Jack’s. There are two distinctly different seasons and itineraries: the wet season ushers in the spectacular sight of the annual zebra and wildebeest migration, and the dry season allows guests the opportunity to explore the vast Makgadikgadi saltpans on quad bikes. Perhaps explore the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans on horseback – this is a 2-hour optional extra activity.