Botswana – Central Kalahari Game Reserve
The Kalahari is the largest sand basin in the world, stretching 1,560 miles (2,500km) from the northern part
of South Africa, through Namibia and Angola and ending in the DRC (Congo). It
may have no permanent surface water, but unlike the image of most deserts, the
Kalahari is well vegetated with a wide variety of habitats including acacia
trees and areas of flat grasslands that seem to stretch forever.
The Central Kalahari Game Reserve (CKGR) is the largest game reserve in the world, and has until recently been closed to the public. Its remoteness, unforgiving climate and harsh terrain have kept it pristine and only the fully
self-sufficient traveller would venture into the reserve alone. Those that do
are rewarded with untamed Africa at its best.
Endeavour safaris arrange camping safaris in the Kalahari and can combine Kalahari and Okavango delta safaris. The cater for disabled and able-bodied safari-goers.