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      Jack's Camp

      A Wildebeest Migration and Meerkat Interactions in a Luxurious Desert Setting

      Jack’s Camp is located in a relic of one of the world’s largest super-lakes: The Makgadikgadi dried up thousands of years ago as a result of the continued shifting of the earth’s crust. The ten stylish, bedouin-style canvas tents with en-suite bathrooms and indoor and outdoor showers have been classically outfitted with campaign-style collapsible furnishings, Persian rugs, cool cotton sheets and gleaming copper basins. When not out exploring, enjoy the striking desert contrast from the comfort of your private deck with the Kalahari breezes blowing across your skin. Guided game drives offer a chance to explore the 6,200 square miles of Makgadikgadi Salt pans further to see rare desert species such as brown hyena (third rarest carnivore in the world) and the black-maned Kalahari lion. Ornithology enthusiasts will enjoy birding walks to seek migratory and resident bird species. A very special feature of Jack’s Camp is Meerkat Manor where guests can observe a burrow and watch meerkats interact with one another, fight off air attacks from eagles and hoover up every juicy morsel in sight! A special, ongoing habituation program at Jack’s Camp allows guests to get up close and personal with meerkats who, although not tame, are accustomed to the non-threatening presence of humans. Guided four-wheel quad bike excursions through lunar-like and mysterious fossil pans allow guests to explore remote archaeological sites in the Great Kalahari basin. Jack’s Camp also offers guests the opportunity to take bush walks with with San trackers from the Zu/huasi bushmen tribe, as well as observe the San bush culture’s hunting traditions and gathering of food, herbs and medicinal plants. The Makgadikgadi is home to Southern Africa’s last great migration that occurs in the wet ‘green’ season when lush grasses draw 35,000-75,000 zebras and wildebeests into the area with regular sightings of lion, cheetah and other predators on the hunt of their trail. Thousands of pink flamingos can also be found on the soda lake at Kubu Island in the wet season, during the desert's dramatic and colorful annual transformation.

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      Accommodation Details

      • Price: From $1,490 per person per night
      • Location: Southern Africa, Botswana
      • Age Minimum: 0 years old
      • # of Beds: 20 beds
      • Amenities: Ensuite Bathrooms, Laundry Included, Local Drinks Included, Pool, Recharge Facilities
      • Type: Bushcamp, Permanent Tented, Private Concession
      • Included: Accommodation, food & beverages, laundry, activities: game drives, night drives, off-road game viewing, outdoor dining, expert guiding, national park entry fees and VAT
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        Additional Cost:
        Premium imported drinks, horseback riding, scenic helicopter tours, quad biking, visit to a local Bushman Village

      Activities at this Accommodation

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        Cultural Connection

        A True Taste of Local Culture

        Get a better understanding with another culture. You're invited in to connect with a completely different lifestyle…a rare opportunity in life.

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        Educational Excursion

        Learn fascinating facts and understand the bigger picture. Knowledge can make safari viewing even more enthralling.

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        Family Friendly Activities

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        Game Drive

        Head out into the wilderness to see the incredible daily drama of predator/prey and the ancient circle of life.

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        Horseback Riding

        On horseback, animals seem to accept you as part of their natural surroundings a little more. You can spend more time with them…and get a little closer.

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        Museum

        Head to the museum for an in-depth look at the world around you.

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        Night Drive

        At night, the nocturnal animals awaken and treat you to a show that daylight game drives miss.

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        Off-Road Game Viewing

        In national parks and some other reserves, rules prohibit leaving the designated safari paths. But the wildlife are not always considerate enough to stay nearby. Get better vantages (and better photos) by heading off-road.

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        Outdoor Dining

        A lunch or dinner out in nature is one of the hallmarks of a luxury African experience. Your connection to the landscape is undisturbed and the food tastes even more special in this most wonderful of settings.

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        Scenic Helicopter Flight

        Buzz above the scenic landscape and get a bird's-eye view of wildlife. A scenic helicopter flight is a unparalleled way to experience Africa.

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        Stargazing

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        Sundowner

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        Walking Safari

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