The Kalahari is often referred to a desert. It is in fact a ‘thirstland’ – a very dry, arid and ‘thirsty’ savannah region with dune areas that can resemble a true desert for much of the year, but which supports a far greater biodiversity than a true desert and can become relatively lush in parts after the rare but annual rainfalls. The Kalahari covers about 900 000 km² of land over Namibia, Botswana and the Northern Cape of South Africa, and is popularly characterised by iconic image...
Expectations are everything. Get them wrong and a trip to Kgalagadi, with its extreme weather conditions, great distances, ...
To walk and camp in the wild is to discover the magic of the Kgalagadi. The Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park has many rewards for ...
The Kalahari Meerkat Project is not open to the general public - but day visitors are allowed from two local guest establishments
The !Xerry Wilderness Trail is a guided walking camp over 2 days and 2 nights near Nossob in the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park
Visit the incredibly deep Boesmansgat, hike, take a photographic safari or a hunting safari at Mount Carmel farm south of Kuruman
One of the most important archeological sites in Southern Africa offers visitors an insight into human lifestyles over millenia
Conservation, research and guest hospitality is taken very seriously at the 100 000ha Tswalu Kalahari Game Reserve near Kuruman
Just 35km south of Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, Kalahari Trails Nature Reserve offers vehicle and foot safaris on the red dunes