Njuca Hills have 2 camp sites which overlook the open plains.
An ideal spot for watching the wildebeest and zebra migration.
There are pit latrines at the campsite but no water.
Campers must be fully self sufficient
Kumaga is the other option - 48 kms from the main Makgadikgadi gate on the banks of the Boteti river.
There is an ablution block and water standpipe.
Visitors are advised to bring their own drinking water
Makgadikgadi and Nxai Pan National Park - located 100 km east of Maun, these two parks effectively opperate as one park
The northern part is Nxai Pan which has an interesting complex of mini salt pan in its southern part as well as grassy pans during the rainy season that attract a huge number of game. Massive herds of giraffe, gemsbok, zebra and wildebeest can be found here along with predators such as lion and wild dog
Best game viewing is to be found at the waterhole approx. 2 2 kms from the main entrance gate.
Here there is a large grassy plain with clumps of umbrella thorn trees.
Another interesting part of the park are the Baines Baobabs, the trees that were made famous by the painter Thomas Baines as well as being one of the few places you will se bat eared fox.
The southern area of the park is the Makgadikgadi Reserve that has beautiful savanha and grass lands which are home to a wide array of game and birds. There is also a campsite here
There are 2 public campsites in the Nxai Pan.
One is a short distance from the entrance gate and the other is located in the mopane woodland area.
Both have ablution facilities and water.
Firewood is scarce and visitors are advised to bring small gas cookers.
Entrance to both Makgadkgadi Pans and Nxai Pan is along the Maun and Nata highways.
Fuel and supplies are available at Gweta village - 45 kms west of the Makgadikgadi gate.