Central Kalahari Game Reserve camps - Edo’s Camp
Sheltering from the heat of the desert sun under cool thatch roofs, Edo's camp is isolated in a vast private conservancy on the far west of the Kalahari. Mis-spelt by early travellers, the Kgaligadi is actually a semi-arid area of open grassland and low scrub bush. This particular part of the Kalahari is home to a few of Botswana's endangered white rhino population and also to the remarkable San (or Bushman) people who have inhabited this harsh landscape for centuries.
A highlight at Edo's is tracking the white rhino on foot alongside San guides, giving you a real insight into these impressively bush-savvy, but diminutive people. The camp is small and consists of only four tents on raised wooden platforms with an open thatched lounge and dining area. Although you shouldn't come here expecting the same richness of wildlife as in the Delta, the creatures and people that you encounter here are uniquely adapted to the desert environment and it is a chance to get to know Africa a little better and be immersed in it's culture.
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