The spirit of Jack’s Camp
The charming Jack’s Camp is surrounded by the vast and pristine landscapes of the Makgadikgadi Pans National Park. Reminiscent of a traditional East African, 1940s safari camp aptly furnished in dark wood antique colonial pieces, this spectacular retreat offers roomy and stylish canvas tents,— each with a lovely ensuite bathroom with an alfresco shower and a private veranda.
A comfortable sitting room, African-themed library and gorgeous dining area overlooks the awe-inspiring landscapes of the Kalahari. Guests are spoilt with the best in comfort and hearty food. Adventures on offer are morning walks and game drives, quad biking to the Makgadikgadi Pan, a relic of one of the world’s largest super lakes, and interactions with authentic Bushmen.
What we love about Jack’s Camp
- Have some fun as you get up close and personal with playful meerkats on the Meerkat Adventure.
Visit 5000+ old year Baobab tree and marvel at the magnitude of its presence.
- Witness and participate in a rapidly disappearing Bushmen ritual, an eight-night initiation hunt.
- Visit a remote cattle post to learn about the traditional culture of the Botswana people.
- Dig into the triple layer banana caramel cake or try the tangy lemon curd biscuits and mouth-watering brownies — heavenly!