Kalahari Series #9 (Wilderness Camps I)

Kalahari: Wilderness Camps I

I have posted another installment of the Kalahari Series on the Notes from Africa photoblog. This one is Kalahari: Wilderness Camps I.

The wilderness camps in the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park (KTP) are small and unfenced, and as close to nature as one is going to get.

In the wilderness camps they’ve used natural materials (wood, canvas, reeds and stone) to create a rustic appearance, and to allow the cabins to blend in with the surrounding landscape. Each of the wilderness camps has a different design to highlight the features of the area that they are in. They all look down on a waterhole (approximately 100 metres away), which increases the chances of seeing animals as they come down to drink . . .

. . . . . . To read more click on the above link or on the photo!

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