Situated within the unique salt pans and fossil beds of Nxai Pan National Park, Migration Expeditions Camp is an intimate safari camp boasting some of the best views of the zebra migration.
Accommodations at the camp consist of only six canvas Meru-style tents set on low, wooden decks. Each tent comes with two twins or double beds. The en suite bathroom includes a flush toilet and an authentic bucket shower. The camp is open from December to March during the green season.
The camp is located within the unique Nxai Pan National Park, part of the greater Kalahari Desert. Once part of an ancient great lake, the national park is known for its abundance of game as well as the famous Baines Baobabs, or the “upside down tree.” The terrain surrounding Nxai Pan Camp consists of open grassland dotted by the ubiquitous umbrella-shaped acacia trees, fossil beds, and the salt pans. However, the biggest draw to the park is the annual zebra migration as thousands come to the area to give birth making it the second largest land animal migration in southern Africa. Of course, the predators are not far behind with the pans being one of Botswana’s best areas for cheetah spotting. It’s also home to the ‘ghosts of Nxai Pan’, the desert-adapted elephants whose light grey hue comes from the grey clay that adheres to their skin.