Tau Pan Camp

Kalahari Desert Botswana

  • Luxury suites with outdoor showers
  • 4x4 day and night game drives
  • See the Kalahari black-maned lions
  • Plunge pool and sundeck
  • Nature walks with Bushmen guides
  • Watch Tau Pan's video

Open: Year round apart from July

Location: Central Kalahari Game Reserve, overlooking a permanent waterhole. It is the first semi-permanent camp in the game reserve.

Rooms: 9 en-suite rooms including a family suite with 2 bedrooms and a shared bathroom. All are built on elevated timber decks and have wide ranging views of the plains. Bedrooms feature a kingsize bed, lounge area and writing desk, and bathrooms have twin hand basins and a shower, a separate toilet and an outdoor shower.

Activities: Game drives with a guide and tracker, day excursions to Deception Valley, the pans, nature walks with San bushmen and star gazing using the camp's telescope. There is a sleep out deck with 2 beds, a toilet and wash basin, for nights under the stars, offered subject to availabilty and weather conditions.

Facilities: The central area houses the dining room, lounge-bar and game viewing and star gazing deck. Other facilities include a plunge pool and curio shop. Laundry is also included here. Tau Pan uses only solar power.

Dining: Meals are served communally in the dining room, sitting at one long table. All meals and drinks are included.

Children: Children aged 6-12 years are welcome but the family are required to book a private vehicle. Children under 6 are accepted between April and October. as long as a private safari vehicle is booked,

Communication:
 There is no Wi-Fi internet access or mobile signal

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Client Rating for Botswana 5/5 from 120 reviews

We really enjoyed Tau Pan. We landed at their airstrip and within 30 minutes were out watching two of the local pride digesting their evening meal. New for us was desert wildlife - springbok, Oryx, bat-eared fox, Kori Bustard, Secretary Bird were excellent. Great star visibility at night; and enjoyed sleeping to the sound of the two lions.

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