Staying at San Camp is like stepping back in time. Lake Makgadikgadi evaporated thousands of years ago, leaving a fantastic lunar landscape dotted with archaeological traces of prehistoric man. Now all that exists there is a camp that would feel like home to a golden-era Laurence Olivier. But if you go to the right places, you can still see archaeological traces of its rich and fascinating history.
San Camp combines bedouin-style decor with old fashioned Hollywood glamour to create a space that is both stylish and comfortable with unbeatable views of the sparkling Salt Pans. Go for a walk across the salt pans with San Bushmen and learn about how they honed their survival skills over generations.
Learn about the archaeology of the great lake, or, if you’re after an adrenaline rush, tear off into the horizon on a quadbike. Those in need of tranquility after their wildlife-viewing can head to the Yoga Pavilion or the Desert Tea Tent for a refreshing pick-me-up.