Opulent Jack's Camp is situated on the border of the Makgadikgadi Pans in the Kalahari and is a welcome oasis in a harsh yet beautiful environment. Founded in the mid-1960s, this is the last remaining old-style African safari camp in Botswana, and the Persian rugs, crisp cotton linen and mahogany furniture conspire to create a distinct colonial feel. There is an extensive range of activities at Jack's Camp, often blending culture, history, archaeology and geology.
Interact with a family of meerkats, go on interpretative walks with Bushmen guides and visit Chapman's Baobab - one of the oldest and biggest trees in Africa. You can also go bird watching and game viewing or opt for a thrilling game drive at night. During the dry season, activities include quad biking across the salt pans and sleep-outs under the stars while in the wet season you have the chance to witness the spectacular zebra and wildebeest migration.