Camp Kalahari is located on the edge of the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans, nestled amongst Acacias and Mokolwane palms on Brown Hyena Island. It is a family friendly and traditional safari camp which has 11 en-suite tented rooms, offering comfort and style. The main area has a dining hall, small library, relaxing lounge area and a swimming pool to cool off on the hotter days. A range of activities are available year round including game/nature drives on and around the salt pans, visits to the habituated meerkats, a stop at the Chapman's Baobab, quadbiking (dry season only) as well as cultural experiences where you are taught some of the survival skills of an ancient San Bushmen tribe. The camp is typically accessed by light aircraft although self-drive is an option as well. Guests would leave their vehicle behind in a secure parking spot from where they would be transferred to the accommodation (no self-drive allowed all the way to the premises) and therefore no 4x4 is required. The nearest international airport is Maun (MUB).