Mabuasehube is part of the Kalahari Transfrontier Park and situated in the east of the park. Mabuasehube covers an area of about 1800 km2, offering the only camp sites in the Botswana part of the park. You can find 5 salt pans here one more beautiful than the other. During the rainy season (November until March) animals cover the pans in thousands. Observe the herds gathering in the flooded pans for water and nourishment.
Get in touch with the native San (Bushmen) and learn about their lifestyle as nomadic hunters.
Visit the Famous Salt Pans
Where to stay?
Have a look at the Camp Sites in Mabuasehube in terms of your needs. Camping in the Kalahari have never been this exciting!
Discover the wildlife of Mabuasehube on a safari tour and get into close contact with the African nature.