There are hundreds of safari camps and lodges to choose from in Botswana, but some are decidedly more ‘off the beaten track’ than others.
The beauty of such remote places is their authenticity (in the true sense of the word!). Although all these camps are comfortable, what you’ll appreciate most is the experience of being so close to nature.
So for travellers who don’t mind the excitement of driving on 4 x 4 roads and staying in more far-flung areas… keep reading! Here are some suggestions of remote places to stay in Botswana.
1. Kwando Tau Pan, Central Kalahari
Wouldn’t you love to be staying at one of only two camps inside an entire reserve, with stunning views of the endless Kalahari horizon? Well that’s what you’ll get at Kwando Tau Pan Camp, situated inside the world famous Central Kalahari Game Reserve right on the edge of the beautiful Tau Pan.
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