Set in the northeast of Botswana, the Makgadikgadi Pan is the largest salt pans in the world, that offer unique safari experiences, with great game viewing and bird watching challenged by spectacular scenic views and natural isolation.
Things are done differently here, experience the thrill of off road riding by quad bikes, and spend a night out of your tent and under the stars instead, to spending a morning curled up with habituated meerkats as the sun pops up over the pans. Further north at Nxai Pan the focus changes again. The biggest draw are the zebras that migrate by the thousands to the area – the second largest land animal migration in Southern Africa. The famous gnarled baobab trees on Kubu Island is a must see, the list goes on.