A potion of the kalahari desert, Makgadikgadi Pans National Park consists of three unequal pans, separated by grassy dunes and shrubs. During the wet season, wildlife is bountiful, but more spectacular is the mass movements of zebras as they flaunt thier stripes to and from, and the flocking and sloshing of flamingos in the long awaied blue expanse. When dry though, the vastness becomes the place of tranquility, an experience that invokes clarity!

 

Imagine – if you will – an area the size of Portugal, largely uninhabited by humans. Its stark, flat, featureless terrain stretches ... This is the Makgadikgadi – an area of 12 000 sq kms, part of the Kalahari Basin, yet unique to it – one of the largest salt pans in the world - Botswana Tourism Organization