Makgadikgadi Pans & Nxai Pan National Park
The Makgadikgadi Pans are Botswana’s famous salt pans, and includes one of the largest salt flats in the world. The Makgadikgadi is a massive area of stark, mostly uninhabited land that stretches for 12 000 square km in the Kalahari Basin, between Chobe National Park and the Central Kalahari Game Reserve. After good rains, this arid land fills with a layer of water and grass, inviting the migration of a large population of zebra and wildebeest.Enquire Now
When Sowa salt pan fills with water it attracts tens of thousands of flamingos, which is a world renowned spectacle. Nata Sanctury offers fantastic views of the flamingos in season. Nxai Pan National Park is home to a number of salt pans, and is a part of the Makgadikgadi complex. These pans are now covered in grass and attract a variety of wildlife species, including some specials, such as cheetahs and bat-eared foxes.