Edo's Camp offers not only a chance to explore the Kalahari area and its inhabitants, but also a rich cultural experience with the people of Botswana.
Edo’s Camp is located in a 120,000 hectare game conservancy and this private sanctuary is home to seven of Botswana’s endangered white rhino population, as well as numerous species of plants, birds and mammals, many unique to the Kalahari region. Also resident to the Edo's Camp area are the true indigenous people of Southern Africa, the San Bushmen, who provide a fascinating cultural perspective of traditional life.
Edo’s main attraction is its permanent floodlit waterhole. The campfire, under the cover of an old leadwood tree, offers 180 degree views of the waterhole and the wildlife that regularly comes to drink here. The thatched dining area has open sides offering views of the waterhole. A comfortable thatched lounge and heated swimming pool completes the facilities at the camp. At Edo’s Camp, electricity is generated to allow the operation of lighting and other basic facilities in camp. Re-charging of camera/video batteries is possible, arranged by the camp managers, provided guests bring the appropriate adaptors along to suit Botswana 220V power source. An international multi adaptor is recommended. The electricity system does not support the use of hair dryers.
Edo’s Camp is set around a rocky watering hole with the tents facing the pan. Accommodation is in spacious luxury tents situated around ancient lead wood trees. High thatched roofs mean that the tent interiors are quite cool throughout the day. The tents have en-suite bathrooms with bath, shower and toilet and each has a private veranda with views across to the waterhole.