At the camp there is a beautiful swimming pool where you can escape the heat and relax in the cool waters. Afternoon tea at Jacks camp is a sumptuous affair and the chef goes to great trouble to create mouth-watering sweet and savoury delicacies.
The inviting beds are warmed by hot water bottles and you can turn in watching the billions of stars on your ceiling.
During the months of April and November, experience the Makgadikgadi in the dry season. Take a quad bike across to salt-crusted pans or spend a night sleeping under the stars, witnessing the pans in their most iconic state.
Alternatively, experience the pans in the green season from November to April and see the desert transform. Salt flats are turned into watery grasslands, flamingos and flocks of migratory birds arrive to nest, and the zebra migration is in full swing.