"Where the red dunes and scrub fade into infinity and herds of gemsbok, springbok, eland and blue wildebeest follow the seasons, where imposing camel thorn trees provide shade for huge black-maned lions and vantage points for leopard and raptors... this is the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park."
Whether a 4x4 adventure is what you are looking for, spent exploring the wilder more remote side of the Kgalagadi in our fully equipped safari vehicles via remote and wild bush camps & campsites, or a little more comfort or luxury is needed, we will arrange it all and Private Guide you on your adventure.
Apart from the main camps & numerous remote campsites, below are 2 of our favourite more comfortable private camps
Arguably our favourite camp in the Kgalagadi due to it's stunning prime location and view of gthe waterhole. Situated 72 km (two hours) drive away from Twee Rivieren on the road to Mata Mata between the veil of old camelthorn trees, overlooking the Auob River. The closest shop and fuel supply is at Twee Rivieren, where guests who have booked Urikaruus also checks in. The camp is unfenced, and there is a tourism assistant on duty. The camp has 4 x Riverside Cabins built on stilts and connected by a plank way. Urikaruus is accessible by passenger vehicles.
Each unit has 2 single beds, a bathroom with w/c and shower, an equipped kitchen with gas fridge / freezer, solar power for lights, gas for hot water and braai facilities on a deck.
The perfect retreat for special occasions, or simply just to get away from it all. The camp is tucked away in the dunes, overlooking a waterhole, 20 km from Union’s End where the three countries South Africa, Botswana and Namibia meet.
It is a wilderness camp nestled amidst red sand dunes with only the stars and silence for company. Grootkolk is 6 hours drive from Twee Rivieren and 2,5 hours from Nossob. The camp is accessable to sedan vehicles. There are 4 x 2 bed chalets with bedroom, ceiling fan, bathroom and kitchen on veranda.