Situated within a 120 000 hectare conservancy in the Kalahari Desert, Edo’s Camp is the ultimate destination for a safari in Botswana. The region is home to the endangered white rhino and also provides sanctuary for numerous rare plants, birds and mammals, many of which can only be found in the Kalahari. Here you may also have the chance to meet up with San tribe members who represent the true indigenous people of Southern Africa and, as such, provide an incredible perspective on African tradition.


Four two-bedded luxury tents set on decks and under thatch, over an active waterhole. All have en suite showers, flush toilets and bath.

The Safaris

  • Daily game drives safaris conducted by trained guides in custom vehicles.
  • Guided walks with San bushman tracking rhino on foot.
  • Gathering edible roots and plants with the women and children of the San tribe.
  • Evening game watching at the watering hole.
  • Groups who occupy the whole camp may pre-book an evening of traditional song and dance performed by the D’Kar villagers at 200 USD for the evening.
  • Find out more about this Botswana safari camp by contacting an African Travel Gateway representative today.