Camping in the park is only allowed at designated campsites, and those on the Botswana side of the frontier must be booked at the DWNP office in Gaborone or Maun.

Bookings for huts and chalets on the South African side are recommended from June to September and during all weekends and public and school holidays. Contact South African National Parks.

Mabuasehube Section

There are campsites at Lesholoago Pan, Khiding Pan, Mabuasehube Pan, Mpayathutlwa Pan, Monamodi Pan and Bosobogolo Pan. Facilities at most are limited to pit toilets and braai pits, but most have water holes for viewing wildlife. Most also have A-frame shelters. There are also three campsites close to Mabuasehube Gate, but these are to be avoided unless everywhere else is full – by night you can hear the sounds coming from the park's staff village. There are two further campsites on the public 4WD track between Bosobogolo Pan and Nossob.

On the road between Mabuasehube and the Two Rivers section of the park you’ll find Motopi 1 and Motopi 2 campsites, which are 11km apart. The former is 95km west of Mabuasehube Gate and 96km from Nossob, while Motopi 2 is 84km from Mabuasehube Gate and 107km from Nossob.

Two Rivers Section

In the western area of the Botswana section of the park, campsites are found along the Nossob Valley at Two Rivers. Although within Botswana territory, these campsites must be accessed from the South African side of the border.

On the South African side of the border, huts and chalets are all equipped with bedding and cooking equipment. Each place has a shop that sells basic supplies, such as food, drinks (including alcohol) and usually petrol. For more information, check out