Makgadikgadi

Pans

Accommodation

Makgadikgadi is an area of 12 000 sq kms, part of the Kalahari Basin, yet unique to it – one of the largest salt pans in the world. Covers an area almost the size of Portugal and is largely uninhabited by humans.

A dry salty clay crust most of the year, the pans are seasonally covered with water and grass, and are then a refuge for birds and animals in this very arid part of the world.

DINAKA

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LEROO LA TAU

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TAU PAN

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JACKS CAMP

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MENO A KWENA

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KALAHARI PLAINS CAMP

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SAN CAMP

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CLOSED FOR REFURBISHMENT

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