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The stilted cabins perch in a very remote section of the park, with excellent sunset vistas across a pan. Access is via a rough, one-way, 4WD-only route from Nossob.
Getting out here requires coming through Nossob on a one-way 4WD-only route, but damn if these stilted tents hovering over a shimmering waterhole and within sight of red sand dunes aren’t worth it for their sheer rom...
Among camel-thorn trees and grass savannah, Gharagab’s elevated log cabins survey the red dunes...
Nestled amid red sand dunes, Grootkolk’s desert cabins are made from sand bags and canvas – definitely a different sleeping experience...
This series of 15 tents (including a honeymoon pitch – nice) perches over a waterhole in the dried-out Auob River, with stunning blood-red thirst lands all around...
Kgalagadi’s most luxurious wilderness camp is worlds apart from nearby Mata-Mata...
This private reserve, 35km south of Twee Rivieren, is home to mammals from hyenas to honey badgers, and offers a Kalahari experience on foot...
Another gorgeous set of tented cabins set deep within the Kalahari, Kielekranke has the usual self-catering kitchen with solar power. Check-in is at Twee Rivieren, 50km or 90 minutes away.
Surrounded by thorny Kalahari dune bushveld, Mata-Mata is a good place to spot giraffe. The chalets, which have between two and six single beds, were upgraded as part of a facelift in 2010.
About 60km south of Twee Rivieren, Molopo is an attractive place in traditional African safari-lodge style...
Situated within the dry Nossob riverbed and surrounded by tree savannah, this camp is a good place to spot predators. The chalets have between two and six single beds; the guesthouses have four and the cottage has six.
The largest camp is also the most convenient, located next to the park entrance, and has the most facilities. The cottages have between two and four single beds; the chalet has six.
The most accessible and popular rest camp on either side of the river, Twee Rivieren features a swimming pool and, unusually for this area, an outdoor bar-restaurant...
Perched on the banks of the Auob River, the four stilted cabins are connected by raised walkways between the camel-thorn trees...
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