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SANParks Kalahari Tented Camp

Tented Camp
Desert Tent DT2
From R2 111
per night (for 2 people)
  • Sleeps 2 people
  • Free Standing Unit
  • 2 x Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
  • Read more
Description

These tents each contain 2 single beds, and a shower en suite with a toilet and washbasin. Each tent has a separate but private tented kitchen that is equipped with a 2-plate gas stove, fridge-freezer, cutlery, crockery and cooking utensils, and a 2-seater table and chairs. Power in the camp is supplied by solar and gas, there are no conventional plugs. Each tent has a private braai area, as well as shaded, gated parking.

This unit/room consist of
Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Bedroom
Sleeps 2 people
2 xSingle Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Rates
More room/unit pictures
Room Facilities
About This Room
  • Non smoking
  • Patio
  • Private entrance
Bathroom
  • En suite
  • Shower
Room Facilities
  • Kitchenette
Appliances
  • Fridge
  • Stove
Rates and Extras
Price Includes

Rates displayed are on a self-catering basis. Rates include a 1% community fund.

Taxes and Extras

Please note: From 1 September 2017 all visitors over 18 years old will be required to produce an identity document, passport or alternative valid identification e.g. driver’s licence card for scanning upon entering/exiting the Parks. A standard daily conservation fee of R352 for foreign visitors, R176 for SADC nationals with a valid passport, and R88 for South African Citizens and Residents with ID, will be required on entry to the park. The camp and access road are strictly for the use of residents only. Guests should consider staying at Mata Mata before their departure for Kalahari Tented Camp, as it is approximately a 3 hour drive from Mata Mata to Kalahari Tented Camp. Mata Mata itself is approximately a 3-and-a-half hour drive from Twee Rivieren. A 4x4 with high ground clearance and low range capabilities is recommended. The roads in the Kgalagadi are not very sedan friendly and sedan vehicles find it difficult to cope with the road conditions and some roads might not be accessible when wet, although management intervenes to maintain the roads on a regular basis. Please note the Main Entrance Gate Hours: January: 05:30-19:30 February: 06:00-19:30 March: 06:30-19:00 April: 07:00-18:30 May: 07:00-18:00 June-July: 07:30-18:00 August: 07:00-18:30 September: 06:30-18:30 October: 06:00-19:00 November-December: 05:30-19:30 Passports will be required if departure is planned through a different gate into another country. Visitors to Kalahari Tented Camp should please note the following: This camp is not fenced and a Tourism Assistant is on duty at all times. Visitors must supply their own firewood or charcoal. Visitors must supply their own drinking water. The water in the camp is not potable. No fuel and no shop, the nearest facilities are at Mata-Mata, 3 km away. Beware of hyenas in camp, and do not feed them. For the benefit of organisms living in the dunes and riverbeds, and for your own good, please stay on the roads. You are not allowed to collect firewood in the Park. No motorcycles allowed inside the park. No open game viewing vehicles or vehicles modified with an open roof or roof that can lift up or open or fold down side panels or window panels where occupants will be partly or fully exposed or outside the vehicle with no proper protection will be allowed in the Park. The use of drones inside (and over) our national parks is strictly prohibited. No smoking is allowed inside the accommodation. Remember, by feeding any wildlife you are signing their death warrant, as they become aggressive. In camps, beware of animals such as jackals who, if allowed, will even scavenge food from your fireplace. As outdoor lighting in camps is limited, a torch/headlamp is required when walking outside at night. Hikers on day and overnight trails must always carry sufficient water. Pets are not allowed in a National Park.

Cancellation Policy - Custom
Our Covid-19 guarantee: We will always give a 100% refund if Covid-19-related travel restrictions affect your booking. Read More

Cancelling or downgrading of a reservation 45 days or less prior to, or on, arrival will result in cancellation fees according to a sliding scale, based on the total reservation cost, which varies between 50% and 100%.

Desert Tent DTZ2
From R2 111
per night (for 2 people)
  • Sleeps 2 people
  • Free Standing Unit
  • 2 x Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
  • Read more
Description

These units are adapted for guests with mobility impairment with wide doorways, roll-in showers, grab rails, and push levers. These tents each contain 2 single beds, and a shower en suite with a toilet and washbasin. Each tent has a separate but private tented kitchen that is equipped with a 2-plate gas stove, fridge-freezer, cutlery, crockery and cooking utensils, and a 2-seater table and chairs. Power in the camp is supplied by solar and gas, there are no conventional plugs. Each tent has a private braai area, as well as shaded, gated parking.

This unit/room consist of
Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Bedroom
Sleeps 2 people
2 xSingle Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Rates
More room/unit pictures
Room Facilities
About This Room
  • Non smoking
  • Patio
  • Private entrance
Bathroom
  • En suite
  • Shower
Room Facilities
  • Kitchenette
Appliances
  • Fridge
  • Stove
Rates and Extras
Price Includes

Rates displayed are on a self-catering basis. Rates include a 1% community fund.

Taxes and Extras

Please note: From 1 September 2017 all visitors over 18 years old will be required to produce an identity document, passport or alternative valid identification e.g. driver’s licence card for scanning upon entering/exiting the Parks. A standard daily conservation fee of R352 for foreign visitors, R176 for SADC nationals with a valid passport, and R88 for South African Citizens and Residents with ID, will be required on entry to the park. The camp and access road are strictly for the use of residents only. Guests should consider staying at Mata Mata before their departure for Kalahari Tented Camp, as it is approximately a 3 hour drive from Mata Mata to Kalahari Tented Camp. Mata Mata itself is approximately a 3-and-a-half hour drive from Twee Rivieren. A 4x4 with high ground clearance and low range capabilities is recommended. The roads in the Kgalagadi are not very sedan friendly and sedan vehicles find it difficult to cope with the road conditions and some roads might not be accessible when wet, although management intervenes to maintain the roads on a regular basis. Please note the Main Entrance Gate Hours: January: 05:30-19:30 February: 06:00-19:30 March: 06:30-19:00 April: 07:00-18:30 May: 07:00-18:00 June-July: 07:30-18:00 August: 07:00-18:30 September: 06:30-18:30 October: 06:00-19:00 November-December: 05:30-19:30 Passports will be required if departure is planned through a different gate into another country. Visitors to Kalahari Tented Camp should please note the following: This camp is not fenced and a Tourism Assistant is on duty at all times. Visitors must supply their own firewood or charcoal. Visitors must supply their own drinking water. The water in the camp is not potable. No fuel and no shop, the nearest facilities are at Mata-Mata, 3 km away. Beware of hyenas in camp, and do not feed them. For the benefit of organisms living in the dunes and riverbeds, and for your own good, please stay on the roads. You are not allowed to collect firewood in the Park. No motorcycles allowed inside the park. No open game viewing vehicles or vehicles modified with an open roof or roof that can lift up or open or fold down side panels or window panels where occupants will be partly or fully exposed or outside the vehicle with no proper protection will be allowed in the Park. The use of drones inside (and over) our national parks is strictly prohibited. No smoking is allowed inside the accommodation. Remember, by feeding any wildlife you are signing their death warrant, as they become aggressive. In camps, beware of animals such as jackals who, if allowed, will even scavenge food from your fireplace. As outdoor lighting in camps is limited, a torch/headlamp is required when walking outside at night. Hikers on day and overnight trails must always carry sufficient water. Pets are not allowed in a National Park.

Cancellation Policy - Custom
Our Covid-19 guarantee: We will always give a 100% refund if Covid-19-related travel restrictions affect your booking. Read More

Cancelling or downgrading of a reservation 45 days or less prior to, or on, arrival will result in cancellation fees according to a sliding scale, based on the total reservation cost, which varies between 50% and 100%.

Family Desert Tent FDT4
From R2 111
per night (for 2 people)
  • Sleeps 4 people
  • Free Standing Unit
  • 4 x Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
  • Read more
Description

These family tents each contain 2 single beds and a bunk bed or 4 single beds, and a shower en suite with a toilet and washbasin. Each tent has a separate but private tented kitchen that is equipped with a 2-plate gas stove, fridge-freezer, cutlery, crockery and cooking utensils, and a 2-seater table and chairs. Power in the camp is supplied by solar and gas, there are no conventional plugs. Each tent has a private braai area, as well as shaded, gated parking.

This unit/room consist of
Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Bedroom
Sleeps 4 people
4 xSingle Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Rates
More room/unit pictures
Room Facilities
About This Room
  • Non smoking
  • Patio
  • Private entrance
Bathroom
  • En suite
  • Shower
Room Facilities
  • Kitchenette
Appliances
  • Fridge
  • Stove
Rates and Extras
Price Includes

Rates displayed are on a self-catering basis. Rates include a 1% community fund.

Taxes and Extras

Please note: From 1 September 2017 all visitors over 18 years old will be required to produce an identity document, passport or alternative valid identification e.g. driver’s licence card for scanning upon entering/exiting the Parks. A standard daily conservation fee of R352 for foreign visitors, R176 for SADC nationals with a valid passport, and R88 for South African Citizens and Residents with ID, will be required on entry to the park. The camp and access road are strictly for the use of residents only. Guests should consider staying at Mata Mata before their departure for Kalahari Tented Camp, as it is approximately a 3 hour drive from Mata Mata to Kalahari Tented Camp. Mata Mata itself is approximately a 3-and-a-half hour drive from Twee Rivieren. A 4x4 with high ground clearance and low range capabilities is recommended. The roads in the Kgalagadi are not very sedan friendly and sedan vehicles find it difficult to cope with the road conditions and some roads might not be accessible when wet, although management intervenes to maintain the roads on a regular basis. Please note the Main Entrance Gate Hours: January: 05:30-19:30 February: 06:00-19:30 March: 06:30-19:00 April: 07:00-18:30 May: 07:00-18:00 June-July: 07:30-18:00 August: 07:00-18:30 September: 06:30-18:30 October: 06:00-19:00 November-December: 05:30-19:30 Passports will be required if departure is planned through a different gate into another country. Visitors to Kalahari Tented Camp should please note the following: This camp is not fenced and a Tourism Assistant is on duty at all times. Visitors must supply their own firewood or charcoal. Visitors must supply their own drinking water. The water in the camp is not potable. No fuel and no shop, the nearest facilities are at Mata-Mata, 3 km away. Beware of hyenas in camp, and do not feed them. For the benefit of organisms living in the dunes and riverbeds, and for your own good, please stay on the roads. You are not allowed to collect firewood in the Park. No motorcycles allowed inside the park. No open game viewing vehicles or vehicles modified with an open roof or roof that can lift up or open or fold down side panels or window panels where occupants will be partly or fully exposed or outside the vehicle with no proper protection will be allowed in the Park. The use of drones inside (and over) our national parks is strictly prohibited. No smoking is allowed inside the accommodation. Remember, by feeding any wildlife you are signing their death warrant, as they become aggressive. In camps, beware of animals such as jackals who, if allowed, will even scavenge food from your fireplace. As outdoor lighting in camps is limited, a torch/headlamp is required when walking outside at night. Hikers on day and overnight trails must always carry sufficient water. Pets are not allowed in a National Park.

Cancellation Policy - Custom
Our Covid-19 guarantee: We will always give a 100% refund if Covid-19-related travel restrictions affect your booking. Read More

Cancelling or downgrading of a reservation 45 days or less prior to, or on, arrival will result in cancellation fees according to a sliding scale, based on the total reservation cost, which varies between 50% and 100%.

Honeymoon Desert Tent HMT2
From R2 394
per night (for 2 people)
  • Sleeps 2 people
  • Free Standing Unit
  • 1 x Double Bed
  • Read more
Description

This honeymoon tent contains a double bed, and an en-suite bathroom with double basins, a bath and a shower. Each tent has a separate but private tented kitchen that is equipped with a 2-plate gas stove, fridge-freezer, cutlery, crockery and cooking utensils, and a 2-seater table and chairs. Power in the camp is supplied by solar and gas, there are no conventional plugs. Each tent has a private braai area, as well as shaded, gated parking.

This unit/room consist of
Double Bed
Bedroom
Sleeps 2 people
1 xDouble Bed
Rates
More room/unit pictures
Room Facilities
About This Room
  • Non smoking
  • Patio
  • Private entrance
Bathroom
  • Bath
  • En suite
  • Shower
Room Facilities
  • Kitchenette
Appliances
  • Fridge
  • Stove
Rates and Extras
Price Includes

Rates displayed are on a self-catering basis. Rates include a 1% community fund.

Taxes and Extras

Please note: From 1 September 2017 all visitors over 18 years old will be required to produce an identity document, passport or alternative valid identification e.g. driver’s licence card for scanning upon entering/exiting the Parks. A standard daily conservation fee of R352 for foreign visitors, R176 for SADC nationals with a valid passport, and R88 for South African Citizens and Residents with ID, will be required on entry to the park. The camp and access road are strictly for the use of residents only. Guests should consider staying at Mata Mata before their departure for Kalahari Tented Camp, as it is approximately a 3 hour drive from Mata Mata to Kalahari Tented Camp. Mata Mata itself is approximately a 3-and-a-half hour drive from Twee Rivieren. A 4x4 with high ground clearance and low range capabilities is recommended. The roads in the Kgalagadi are not very sedan friendly and sedan vehicles find it difficult to cope with the road conditions and some roads might not be accessible when wet, although management intervenes to maintain the roads on a regular basis. Please note the Main Entrance Gate Hours: January: 05:30-19:30 February: 06:00-19:30 March: 06:30-19:00 April: 07:00-18:30 May: 07:00-18:00 June-July: 07:30-18:00 August: 07:00-18:30 September: 06:30-18:30 October: 06:00-19:00 November-December: 05:30-19:30 Passports will be required if departure is planned through a different gate into another country. Visitors to Kalahari Tented Camp should please note the following: This camp is not fenced and a Tourism Assistant is on duty at all times. Visitors must supply their own firewood or charcoal. Visitors must supply their own drinking water. The water in the camp is not potable. No fuel and no shop, the nearest facilities are at Mata-Mata, 3 km away. Beware of hyenas in camp, and do not feed them. For the benefit of organisms living in the dunes and riverbeds, and for your own good, please stay on the roads. You are not allowed to collect firewood in the Park. No motorcycles allowed inside the park. No open game viewing vehicles or vehicles modified with an open roof or roof that can lift up or open or fold down side panels or window panels where occupants will be partly or fully exposed or outside the vehicle with no proper protection will be allowed in the Park. The use of drones inside (and over) our national parks is strictly prohibited. No smoking is allowed inside the accommodation. Remember, by feeding any wildlife you are signing their death warrant, as they become aggressive. In camps, beware of animals such as jackals who, if allowed, will even scavenge food from your fireplace. As outdoor lighting in camps is limited, a torch/headlamp is required when walking outside at night. Hikers on day and overnight trails must always carry sufficient water. Pets are not allowed in a National Park.

Cancellation Policy - Custom
Our Covid-19 guarantee: We will always give a 100% refund if Covid-19-related travel restrictions affect your booking. Read More

Cancelling or downgrading of a reservation 45 days or less prior to, or on, arrival will result in cancellation fees according to a sliding scale, based on the total reservation cost, which varies between 50% and 100%.

From R2 111
per night (for 2 people)
  • Capacity: 38 people
  • Check-in: 14:00 to 17:00
    Check-out: 10:00
  • Address: Off the R360, Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, Upington, 8801, Northern Cape
  • All ages welcome
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