Meno A Kwena is located in Kalahari,salt Pans in Botswana and it is situated on tribal land on a cliff edge overlooking the Boteti River. The name Meno A Kwema is a local name for the area which means ‘teeth of the crocodile ‘.
Eight luxurious guest tents, all with en-suite bathrooms, overlook a river often flooded with elephants and other animals – so you can watch game without leaving your bedroom!
From this gorgeous camp, you can head off to tour the Kalahari – plus the stunning open plains and desert wildlife of the Makgadigadi Pans National Park. At both reserves, desert-adapted meerkats and antelopes are regularly seen while lions and cheetahs can sometimes be spotted in the Kalahari.
Alternately, you could also enjoy fascinating walking tours with the indigenous locals – providing an amazing insight into their culture, the area’s native plants and spectacular wildlife.