Jack’s Camp is situated in the rugged wilderness area of the Makgadikgadi Pans in the Kalahari, forming an oasis in this harsh, yet beautiful, environment.
The camp is one of the few to retain a classic 1940s safari style, with Persian rugs, crisp cotton linen and mahogany furniture creating a distinctly colonial feel.
The central guest areas overlook the pans where you can enjoy the views from the comfort of a swing-chair, or as you sip a sundowner at the bar. A swimming pool offers respite from the heat of midday, and a cosy fireside setting will keep you warm in the evenings as you reminisce over the day’s events.
Learn more about your surroundings by exploring the book collection in the small library, or spend an afternoon in the museum before heading off on quad bikes to discover fossils in the archaeological sites themselves.
Jack’s Camp is famous for its local Meerkat population, and you can pay a visit to these unusual creatures with your guide. Game drives and walks will give you the opportunity to experience the pans’ wildlife, where you can spot hyena, elephant, lion, ostrich, jackal, springbok, bat-eared fox, wildebeest, zebra and many different bird species.
Jack’s Camp is situated in the Makgadikgadi Pans National Park in the Kalahari Desert, central Botswana.