Explore Tsodilo hills so named the World Heritage site by UNESCO. These hills are of great cultural and spiritual significance to the Basarwa (San) people of Kalahari. Get to see an experience more than 4500 rock paintings against the magnificent stone faces of the Tsodilo Hills. Witness the large salt pan in the middle of the dry savanna of North Eastern Botswana which is Makgadikgadi salt pans. Acquaint at yourselves at the rock which is engulfed of the white sea of salt which makes it to remain as an island jutting in the middle of the flats the Kubu Island.

Intervene with our first people in the Republic of Botswana named the Basarwa (BushMan) and get to learn about the origins and culture of the Tsodilo Hills. Learn Stories about the paintings found in the rocks of this Hills.

Itinerary includes:

Small group min of 4 pax
Park and gate fees
Use of camping equipment (mattresses and pillows)
Transport in a 4WD vehicle
Mobile fridge
Pick and drop off at the airport
Meals [Breakfast, lunch and dinner]
Professional guide
Nature walk
Game drives
Camp Assistant

Duration of stay will be determined by guests.