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Botswana | Greater Kalahari Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park

Entry at Twee Rivieren - exit at Mabua Gate into Botswana on the Tshabong Road.  Scroll down for dates.

Join us on "The Highwayman's Adventure Route" on deep sand tracks through the vast expanse of the world's largest continuous sand mass - the Kalahari. Bring your camera, there are some amazing photographic opportunities in an area twice the size of the Kruger National Park.

Our journey takes us into the four million hectare "Mabenyani a Kalahari" (Jewel of the Kalahari) concession area in Botswana and, if that is not enough, we then enter Mabuasehube and Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park.

tour duration 8 Days
from R16,450
next trip 03 Feb 2024
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Starting in Twee Rivieren where the red dunes and scrub fade into infinity, our tour takes us north where imposing camel thorn trees provide shade for huge black-mane lions - this is the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park which lies in the large sand-filled basin in the west of the southern African subcontinent, known as the Kalahari.

The Kgalagadi is popular for its sightings of majestic birds of prey and if we’re lucky, we’ll get to spot raptors and eagles. If we’re in the right place at the right time, we might even be honoured with a sighting of the rare Lesser Spotted Eagle.


All meals
Professional guide
Tented Accommodation


Border Crossing fees & road taxes
Guide Gratuity
Out of country medical emergency evacuation cover

Tour Dates

03 Feb 2024 - 10 Feb 2024 - R16,450.00
12 Feb 2024 - 19 Feb 2024 - R16,450.00

Day 1

Twee Rivieren

Today our adventure through the Kalahari begins.  Upon arrival at the Twee Rivieren capmpsite the Bhejane crew is there to meet us and gets us settled in - this will be our first night in the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park and a sunset game drive is the perfect opportunity to enjoy sundowners in the Great Kalahari.  If your drive has been long and dusty, there is a swimming pool at Twee Rivieren for those who wish to cool off.

Our bush chef will be preparing your first delicious meal and your evening is spent socializing around the fire and getting to know one another.

Day 2


Today we pack up after breakfast and leave for Nossob Camp where we'll stay for the next two nights.  On our way, we visit the Auchterlonie Museum with displays of the Park's history.  We enjoy a leisurely drive along the sandy tracks stopping en route for lunch 

Once at Nossob, our tents will be ready and waiting for us, with tea and coffee ready.  

After a delicious dinner, we will relax and chat around the fire.

Day 3


After early morning coffee and rusks and a light breakfast, you may either explore the camp environs or go further afield and investigate the park enjoying the game.  The waterhole at the campsite provides some entertaining moments for those who wish to remain around the camp.  Brunch will be served later in the morning.

Again, we spend the evening sharing our days adventures around the fire.

Day 4 & 5

KAA Concession

After an early rise and light breakfast, we head north, crossing the Nossob River into the Botswana section of the Transfrontier Park, heading towards the Kaa gate.  It is a beautiful day's drive through some of the most amazing dune fields and we will stop for lunch en route.  Later in the afternoon we will leave the park through Kaa gate, entering the community concession areas.

We will spend the next two days travelling through one of the wildest and most remote places in Southern Africa.  The roads will consist of two-spoor tracks, cutlines, and bush driving through the red Kalahari sand and savannah.  The area is renowned for its low lying pans, where giant eland, springbok, gemsbok and the famous Kalahari lions come to quench their thirst.  We will be in an area where the game has free access to wilderness more than twice the size of the Kruger National Park.  Except for the rustic vehicle tracks, there is nothing else man-made and, without light pollution, the heavenly night skies and solitude will take your breath away.

For these two nights we will be camping wild, listening to the silence and sounds of the night time wilds.

Day 6 & 7


After breakfast on Day 6 of our adventure, we pack up and head for our camp at Mabuasehube, where we will spend our days game viewing in an area known for lion, leopard, cheetah, honey badger and brown hyaena sightings.

Day 8


After a lavish breakfast, we must sadly pack up and head for home.  We will all travel together on sandy cutlines to the little town of Tshabong where we will bid our travelling companions farewell.  From here, it is approximately 20km on a tarred road to the border post and a further 215km to Kuruman.


From start to finish approximately 1 200kms


South Africa & Botswana


Twee Rivieren


4x4 with good ground clearance and low range
Standard Tyres
Fuel range of 600kms in sandy driving conditions
Petrol Vehicles: 150L inclusive of what is already in your on board tank
Diesel Vehicles: 130L inclusive of what is already in your on board tank
(ie: 100L tank will require an additional 50L)
Accessible recovery points attached to the chassis


Preferably not




Twee Rivieren and Nossob only
Thereafter, bucket showers and pit toilets (Kaa Community and Mabua Camp)
Clients will need to bring 10L per person for the first night at Kaa, then we refill en route


On the first three nights only




Not required for South African passport holders