Twee Rivieren Camp is the Park’s largest rest camp and is also the administrative headquarters. It lies on the banks of the Dry Nossob Riverbed.
The camp has a shop, fuel, restaurant, information centre and swimming pool. This is the only camp with 24 hrs electricity and cell phone reception. (Some nights the electricity is switched off at 22h00 while on others it runs all night).
The camp can get busy and is the Kgalagadi's equivalent of Skukuza Camp in the Kruger Park, just on a smaller scale.
The reception is now located at the new entrance gate and is a dual reception with both Botswana and South Africa sharing the facility...
And here is the warm Kgalagadi welcome...
There is no waterhole to view from the camp unlike all the other camps but it does have a large fenced area with dunes that you can explore.
The area is good for leopard, meerkats, lion, cheetah and wildebeest.
This page has been created to allow visitors to post their special stories and pictures for others to see.
The photographs should be taken at waterholes close to the camp, such a Samevloeing, Houmoed, Monro, Leeudril, or Rooiputs.
Visitors to this page can then comment on, discuss and rate each picture and story.
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Lions in the early morning
Just 2 km outside Twee Rivieren camp we saw 5 lions. Here is 2 pic's of them
Lions at Twee Rivieren
These alert lions were just outside the gate at Twee Rivieren camp feeding on a Gemsbok www.eidelmna-photo.com
Cheetah after feeding
One afternoon we spotted several cheetah cubs with an adult at Saamevloeing waterhole just outside Twee Rivieren camp - they had been feeding - what a …
For the past three years we have spotted this female leopard just 3km from twee rivieren
Little Lion Guy
Lion cub at Houmoed waterhole on the Auob road
Little Leopard Guy
This little guy was spotted 3 km from Twee Rivieren. He stuck around with his mum for 3 days. A fabulous sighting and this pic was taken late one evening. …
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Cheetah savoring precious drops at Saamevloeing waterhole Kgalagadi
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