On the edge of the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans’ western basin lies the Ntetwe Pan, the stunning location for the Jack’s Camp and the San Camp, both run by Wilderness Safaris.
Jack's is beautifully set on an isolated island dotted with tall fan palms and commiphora trees. Doubtlessly, the location is one of the most mysterious and awe-inspiring regions of the Kalahari.
Incidentally, the camp is named after the legendary, some say infamous, pioneer Jack Bousefield, whose son Ralph Bousefield read more »
Every fibre of Jack’s Camp is a tribute to the “golden days” of the Twenties, when the word “safari” stood for real adventure and pioneering spirit.
This camp is a desert safari destination read more »
Jack’s Camp is definitely a unique safari destination thanks to the remote setting and the wildly romantic character of the camp. Desert dwellers such as meercats, brown hyenas, aardwolves, springboks read more »