Hyena Pan Tented Camp is a tranquil tented camp situated in a private concession in Khwai area, within Cathedral Mopane forest overlooking a natural Mopane Pan. The pan is a constant water supply to many species of birds and animals year round, the rains in December to March flood the area creating an enormous water feature enticing Hippo, Elephant and Buffalo, not to mention the exceptional array of water birds. As the pan shrinks from March through to late November water is pumped into the pan.
Accommodation is in 8 comfortable tents, with en-suite bathroom and indoor shower. The central area consist of a dining room, lounge area, curio shop an and open-air boma overlooking the water hole which is lit up at night.
Guests have a range of activities to choose from, and may have the privilege of spotting one of the many predators in the area such as leopard, wild dog, lion and spotted hyena. Various other species frequent the area - kudu, waterbuck, red lechwe, eland, impala, roan, buffalo, water hog and many more
Hyena Pan boasts an underground hide - a ground level, hidden view point, facing an extremely private and special waterhole. Spectacular photographic opportunities from ground level are there for the patient. Elephant frequent this water source, as do Kudu and Roan Antelope. Giraffe and Warthog are regular visitors, whilst Buffalo and Eland are more special visitors. An afternoon spent in this tranquillity is a rare treat.