A lush green oasis in stark contrast to the vast red dunes of the Kalahari Desert, Kalahari Anib Lodge is a comfortable and inviting safari lodge.
Accommodations consist of fifty-two chalets arranged around a central courtyard and pool. There are standard twin rooms with two twin beds and an en suite bathroom with a shower while the comfort twin rooms have more space and an open-plan bedroom. The standard family room includes two twin beds and two bunk beds for the kids. While the comfort four-bed family rooms include two separate bedrooms with an en suite bathroom. And the triple room has three beds. Every room is air-conditioned, includes a tea and coffee maker, and enjoys its own private veranda.
The Kalahari belies its designation as a “desert” as it is mostly semi-arid sandy savanna and produces expansive grasslands after the annual rains. These savannas support some of the highest concentrations of wildlife on earth. Covering about 360,000 square miles, the Kalahari is dotted with national parks and public and private game reserves. The Kalahari region is world-renowned for its wildlife diversity and is home to some of Africa’s most indelible images. Lion, cheetah, leopard, hyena, and packs of wild dog stalk the migrating herds of springbok, gemsbok, eland, wildebeest, hartebeest, kudu, and duiker. Herds of giraffe, elephant, and zebra traverse the plains in search of food and waterholes. Many birds of prey live here including the secretary bird, martial eagle, the giant eagle owl, falcons, goshawks, kestrels, and kites.