Jack Camp

Makgadikgadi camp which is a also a museum

From $1450 per person

Offering the following

Swimming Pool
Game Drives
Night Drives
Horse Riding
Quad Biking


Dry Camp

Safari Lifestyles View

The camp is undergoing a delayed rebuild due to Covid-19… we will update you as soon as it opens


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This particular area is not traditionally known for its big game such as its neighbouring areas in Botswana, however, there is interaction here with wildlife. The largest sightings occur when the Zebra migration appear close to the beginning of each year. At this stage you will find thousands of Zebras crossing the pans.

Regular sightings of lion and elephant also occur around camp and this is a good area for the nocturnal habits of Brown Hyena.

The Bushmen experience here is also one of the best ways to understand that you do not have to walk more than 100 meters from camp to find areas that are teeming with wildlife, just on a much smaller scale…. you just need to be taught where to look.

Wildlife Activities

Your days are spent traversing the area on game drives

Game Drives

Experience the nocturnal movements of predators

Night Drives

drive across the salt pans on a quad bike expedition

Quad Biking

spend time with the unique San people


Horse riding across the Makgadikgadi

Horse Riding

spend time with habituated wild meerkats



The camp is undergoing a delayed rebuild due to Covid-19… we will update you as soon as it opens

Room Description

The rooms are all reached via a short bush walk. The tents are all in the same style, design and colour scheme as the main lodge. They are not huge but are spacious enough and hold ample seating with a lounger, a writing desk and twin “mini” four poster beds. 7 of the tents are twin bedded and 3 of the tents are double rooms.

Each tent is entered through a zipped door from a small decking which has extra seating. To the rear of the tent is the en-suite facility with washbasin, shower and flushing toilet.

Even though these tents are not the biggest, they are ornate and original in that they really do convey a sense of style.

Pricing 2021

Rates are per person per night – all inclusive

  • 10 January - March $1450
  • April - May & November - 19 December $1795
  • June $1950
  • July - August $2195
  • September - October $1950
  • 20 December - 9 January $1950

Please note: The above rates are retail rates and should be seen as indicative, and can change. All rates are subject to availability. Safari Lifestyles guarantees that our rates will be below retail rates.

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