Edo’s Camp acts as a starting point
for exciting adventures. It is located in a private game conservancy in
the Kalahari and can accommodate eight guests in four, twin-bedded safari
Edo’s Camp offers a wide range of exciting, interesting activities.
A special, unforgettable moment is represented by cultural tourism, which
is the visit to a San village nearby the camp. Moreover, tourists are
offered rhino tracking on foot with San guides.
Edo's Camp is located in a charming private Game Conservancy
in the Kalahari Area of Central Botswana. The camp is set around a rocky
watering hole with its wonderful tents facing the pan. Surrounded by a
delightful setting, which the presence of animals drinking at the waterhole
in front of the camp make even more outstanding.
Accommodation at Edo's Camp Ghanzi
Edo's Camp can accommodate 8 guests in four large, twin-bedded
Meru-style tents. Each tent is provided with a private en-suite bathroom
with hot and cold running water. The tents also have their own private
veranda with a gorgeous view on the permanent waterhole.
Power Source at Edos Camp:
Usual voltage is 220-240AC throughout Africa. A 3-prong, round-point adapter
will be necessary for appliances that run on 110-120AC.
1. Electricity is completely solar-powered
2. Lighting is available 24 hours at each tent
3. Camera batteries can be recharged in the tents
4. Only small travel hairdryers can be used in the camp.
Your daily activities will be planned together with your guide. A special,
unforgettable moment will be the visit to the San Bushman Village. You
will be personally involved in the everyday habits of the San population,
including their typical gathering of food and medicines from the bush.
You will enjoy their fascinating ancient, traditional lifestyle - although
a little westernised - and you will keep the memory of this cultural experience
forever in your soul.
One of your most thrilling experiences will be tracking white
rhino by foot with your own personal Bushmen Guide. You will
follow its footprints silently deep into the bush, until you will be kneeling
downwind from a family of prehistoric creatures.
Bird-watching excursions will be available as well, on foot or
together with adventurous game drives in 4 x 4 vehicles.
Game drives with your Guide in open four by four vehicles
to spot Gemsboks, Elands, Springboks, Giraffes, Blue Wildebeests, Ostriches,
Zebras and many more game typical to the Kalahari Desert.
Sunset drives - Extended late afternoon game drives and sundowners
when the sun sets in the flaming orange African sky.
Exciting night drives (if available) to discover the
great variety of game awake in the quiet African night.
During the dry season, guests may choose to cool down in the camp's
swimming pool, or they may just sit outside and watch an endless
procession of thirsty animals going to the permanent waterhole in front
of the camp to quench their thirst.
Meals, Drinks, and Activities are all included in your stay.
Directions from Maun Airport to Edo’s Camp – 260km
plus 8km farm track (3 ½ Hours)
From Maun take the A3 to Ghanzi. After approximately 69 km you will pass
through Toteng, and
Sehitwa after approx 98 km. Continue through to the Kuke Vet Fence approximately
169 km into your
journey. Note that you must keep extra shoes handy and do not carry any
red meat. The Kuke Vet
Fence has been set up to control Foot and Mouth Disease and therefore
you will have to dip the sole
of your shoes in a special liquid. Approximately 78 km after Kuke Vet
fence you will pass D’Kar village
turnoff on your right. 4km after D’Kar turnoff you will find Edo’s
entry under a thatch gable on the
right. After turning in, keep right as the dirt road splits and follow
the road for approximately 500m to
the Paolo Zanichelli’s Children’s Home, where we will be waiting
Directions from Windhoek Airport to Ghanzi – 510km plus
8km farm track (6 Hours)
From the airport follow the B6 to Gobabis and then the Mamuno border post,
about 280km. Note
that you should take a pen with you for each passenger to fill in forms.
Continue on the A2 in
Botswana to a T Junction on the A3 Ghanzi/Gaborone road, about 160km.
Turn left and proceed
45km to Ghanzi. Pass through Ghanzi heading for Maun on the A3. 30km after
Ghanzi you will find
Edo’s entry under a thatch gable on the left. After turning in,
keep right as the dirt road splits and
follow the road for approximately 500m to the Paolo Zanichelli’s
Children’s Home, where we will be
waiting for you.
Turnoff the A3 : 21°32’48”S, 21°54’06”E
Edo’s Camp : 21°29’51”S, 21°50’34”E
Edo's Camp Prices
Prices are per per person per night