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Beautiful wilderness

Very peaceful, away from it all place. We had a puncture on our way so arrrived in the dark, but... read more

Reviewed September 8, 2017
annemarie20172017
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Guildford, United Kingdom
Wonderful sight, worth the detour

Bit of a detour off the main road, but worth spending a night camping here in one of the three... read more

Reviewed June 16, 2017
Richard_Outhwaite
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Singapore, Singapore
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Nxai Pan National Park, Botswana
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Reviewed September 8, 2017

Very peaceful, away from it all place. We had a puncture on our way so arrrived in the dark, but managed to find the campsite. Incredible waking up to the pan and baobabs the next morning. The only other people we saw were a few...More

Thank annemarie20172017
Reviewed June 16, 2017 via mobile

Bit of a detour off the main road, but worth spending a night camping here in one of the three nearby sites if you can. Some of the biggest trees you'll ever see, something you won't find many places. Camping right in the pan under...More

Thank Richard_Outhwaite
Reviewed May 21, 2017

After a rough 4x4 drive over the savannah you'll get to the first set of baobabs from where you can drive over to one of the three private camp sites (a few KMs apart). You'll be driving over the crusty salt pan where erosion of...More

Thank Proefkonijn
Reviewed May 15, 2017

Amazing to see these very old baobabs. Unfortunately, they are scarred by graffiti but still great to see them.

1  Thank tikaneve2016
Reviewed April 19, 2017 via mobile

Well worth the long drive - plenty of game on the way and the baobabs are amazing. The pans in front of me baobabs had plenty of water, attracting birds, orix and zebras, plus elephants.

1  Thank Clive B
Reviewed April 18, 2017

Definitely worth going to see as you will see lots of different countryside and animals along the way. These trees are truly amazing and must be hundreds of years old.

Thank Johnnyzbass
Reviewed February 25, 2017

We camped for one night at Baines Baobabs, it was our second visit there, the first was 10 years ago, the campsite is basic but has a bucket shower system and a long drop toilet system but the location is spectacular. The road to get...More

1  Thank Andrewschoeman
Reviewed October 24, 2016

We only did a short day drive to the salt pans an baobabs, but the scenery is very different from many of the more northern parks and reserves… We did drive to the waterhole as well, but in the middle of the day, so sadly...More

Thank ErikKraft
Reviewed October 14, 2016

We wondered where on earth we were going...but when we got there it was absolutely stunning. Camp 1 was great, good shower and a good long-drop. Sunsets and sunrises were beautiful. Most outstanding were the stars at night...bright, clear and the whole sky was full...More

1  Thank Lance N
Reviewed September 5, 2016 via mobile

Camp site Nr 2 at Baines baobabs, 2 nights. Second visit. This place is not an easy drive, quite thick sand, need a good 4x4. We towed a trailer and got stuck, but the detour much easier than the old track. 3 campsites, about a...More

2  Thank SAWENDYJOHN
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