The Makgadikgadi. The largest expanse of 'nothingness' on earth, an area the size of Switzerland clearly visible from outer-space, devoid of anything but salt and shimmering horizon. A vast relic of Africa's largest body of water and a hitherto unknown cradle of earliest man's genesis. The Kalahari is home to an array of fascinating desert species and, during the meager summer rains, hosts Africa's second largest wildlife migration. Lying at the point where the great Kalahari 'thirstland' meets the endless Makgadikgadi, Jack's and San Camps offer a truly unique and spiritual experience, with a plethora of activities and a lifetime's worth of surprises.