The Kalahari, at 350,000m², spreads itself over most of Botswana, the east of Namibia and the north of South Africa.

Although termed a desert, this semi-arid sandy savannah supports more animal and plant life than what is typical and is, in fact, not a desert in the truest sense.

Annual rains produce blooming plains and grazing flora that attracts herds of herbivores which are followed by the big predators. One such area termed the ‘Green Kalahari’ is what makes up the vast Tswalu Private Game Reserve just north of Upington in the Northern Cape.

When to go

Every season in the Kalahari brings new and varied sights: Autumn (April-May) is the greenest time of the year after the rains. Spring (September-October) is when new life begins to appear, and November to March is Summer, and when wildlife thrives.

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What to do

  • Watch the wildest of nature unfold in front of you
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