Meno a Kwena is located on the Western boundary of Makgadikgadi Pans National Park (MPNP), on tribal land overlooking the exceptionally scenic Boteti River.
The camp was originally used by Southern Africa’s legendary explorers, and it’s refreshingly and stylishly simple with an old-world feeling. The real treat at Meno is the connection with nature; when an elephant provides your alarm call in the morning, and you can game view straight from your private veranda, nothing else really matters.
Activities include day trips to the Makgadikgadi Pans, guided walks with the San bushmen, and wildlife-watching boat trips. But sometimes, the best game viewing is where you least expect it, and at Meno, it’s right in front you. From their lofty position, the nine tents look down on a menagerie of animals at the water below, from herds of majestic elephant, to dazzles of nomadic zebra – all you need to do is sit back, and take it all in.
Accommodation is in 10 tents, and 1 family tent, all beautifully appointed, with indoor and outdoor showers and verandas overlooking the river.
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