Jack’s Camp

Makgadikgadi Pans

Decorated in 1940s style, it is one of most original and exclusive camps of southern Africa. Under the same ownership are San Camp, with its romantic white tents, and Camp Kalahari.


In the shade of a palm grove on the edge of the mysterious Makgadikgadi Pans, bordering to the east the Makgadikgadi Pans National Park.


10 finely furnished canvas tents with en-suite bathroom. The camp hosts an extraordinary museum of artifacts. Facilities include a swimming pool.


Game drives in 4×4 open vehicles and nature walks with the San Bushmen. Horse riding and quad bike safaris to Kubu Island, with overnight stay in a fly-camp.


Meerkat colonies and brown hyenas, one of the most rare African carnivores. Herds of zebras and wildebeests during the annual migration. Flamingos and other migratory birds during the rainy season.


The story of the camp and of the Bousfield family, five generations of safaris in Africa. The salty expanses of the Makgadikgadi Pans, an experience at the end of world. The rituals and traditions of the San Bushmen. The fauna of the desert: interacting with the meerkats and encountering the brown hyena. The legendary Chapman’s Baobab.