Kaa & Kalahari Pans Tour
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Day-by-Day

DAY 1 Meet-and-Greet

We meet 15h00 at Sekoma, Botswana.

We leave after breakfast; tar road at first, but just before Kokotsa, we turn off to drive the 2-spoor jeep tracks that the Kalahari is famous for. KALAHARI HERE WE COME …!

DAG 2 (51km) HEINIE’S PAN - JACK’S PAN

We do not have far to drive, but very scenic. On Jack’s pan we have a look out for the Martial Eagles and Bat eared foxes. Hopefully, the Lions will visit.

DAY 3 (191km) JACK’S PAN - KAA GATE

We drive on the cutline between Mabuasehube, the KD2 and KD12 WMA. There has been sightings of Leopard and other game on this road.


DAY 4 (78km) KAA GATE - SWARTPAN

The Kalagadi National Park is our destination for today. 2-Spoor jeep tracks all the way, hoping to see Eland, Oryx, Springbok, and other animals.

DAY 5 (55km) SWARTPAN - GINUS GINUS PAN

This is such a lovely part of the Park; the veld and trees are really something to be seen. We have lunch under a tree next to the road.

DAY 6 (82km) GINUS GINUS - KAA PAN

We leave the Park and continue driving on the beautiful grassy plains of the KAA Pans. Nature is just spectacular!


DAY 7 (38km) KAA PAN - NAME PAN

After breakfast, we continue the 2-spoor jeep track and have a lookout for Honey Badgers and some huge Weaver nests in the Camel Thorn trees.

DAY 8 (187km) NAME PAN - MASETLHENG PAN

We drive through the little town Zutswa and enter Hunkutsi. Here we fill up with fuel, water, and rations at their neat shop. Masetlheng is known for its birds of prey.

DAY 9 (78km) MASETLHENG PAN - BUSH CAMP

Our last night in the bush and we enjoy the fire and friends. The drive is not easy, but hopefully will be rewarded to see some Oryx, Blue wildebeest, and Springbok.

DAY 10 (221km) BUSH CAMP - KANG

We drive through Hukuntsi again and stop next to the road for a last lunch together. We will eat at the restaurant tonight and say goodbye to all our friends.

What do you get?

9
Experienced 4×4 guide with vehicle and fuel
9
All camping fees
9

All transit fees

9

Dinner (except “meet and greet” and the last evening)

Your responsibility

9

Own vehicle, fuel and camp equipment

9

Compressor and recovery equipment

9

Recovery points, front and back

9

Own shower and toilet

9

Own shower water, drinks, snacks and meals

9

6 big bags wood, 2 bags charcoal briquettes and 2 packets firelighters “Blits”.

9

Own medicine

9

Any recreational activities

9

“Meet & Greet” Dinner

9

Last evening accommodation and dinner.

9

Last evening accommodation and dinner.

9

R8650.00 per person.

Minimum Vehicle Qualification

9

Enough fuel for 600km


9
Good set of all terrain or mud terrain tyres
9
4×4 Vehicle
9
Recovery points and gear
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