Meno A Kwena
Meno a Kwena (Setswana for ‘Teeth of the Crocodile) sits high up on the banks of the Boteti River, at the edge of the Makgadikgadi Pans National Park.
The nine luxurious guest tents with private bathrooms and authentic bush showers all overlook the river which is often flooded with elephants and other animals. Africa's second largest zebra migration will be drinking right in front of the camp during the dry season (May to November).
The small pool blends in with the natural environment and is built at the edge of the cliff, surrounded by shaded lounge areas. Walk down to the river where a floating hide awaits you for unforgettable sundowners.