On this page you will find all the Kalahari Camp maps (Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park camp maps).
We don't want to duplicate what SANParks has on their web site but many visitors have requested all the maps on one page so here they are.
In addition to these maps, we have more hints and tips on the
Camps and Bungalows, which camps are the best to
photograph from and which camps are good for
Just click on each thumbnail below and the Camp Maps will open in another window...
We have updated the Mata Mata camp map to show the new camp layout containing the eight new river-facing chalets and the new location of the waterhole.
There are no official maps available for the Wilderness Camps so we have included aerial views from Google Maps of the three wilderness camps that have clear satellite pictures...
|Kalahari Tented Camp
The Google maps for the wilderness camps of Bitterpan, Grootkolk and Urikaruus are not good quality but when this changes we will update this page with the higher quality aerial camp layouts.
To download a high resolution map of the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park that shows all the main camps, wilderness camps, tourist roads, 4x4 tracks, picnic sites, and waterholes, please click on the following image...
All camp maps © SANParks.org.
Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park map © Findtripinfo.com and Kruger-2-Kalahari.com
All aerial photographs © Google.
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