Kalahari Trails better known as the Meerkat sanctuary, is home to one of the Kalahari’s best-known animals, suricates. Kalahari Trails Meerkat Sanctuary lies just 35km before the Park entrance to KTP better know as the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park. The Kalahari Trails, 3500ha is nestled right in the heart of the red Kalahari dune fields. This unique piece of heaven, offers visitor experiences were you can get closer to nature and interact with the Meerkats like no other place in the Kalahari. This unique experience provides visitors with a chance to walk the dunes, and learn more about all the critters great and small that would be otherwise unseen, if you were traveling in a car or game drive vehicle. The dunes create miles of limitless beauty where the sky meets the sand and beyond.
This unique landscape is home to various game species as well as over 250 species of birds, but its all the small creatures that makes this part of the desert so unique. This piece of land is vast, safe and quiet, offering the photographers, birders, botanists, nature lovers, astronomers and just about anyone wanting a interesting, informative and peaceful getaway close to nature a unforgettable and unique experience.
Kalahari trails offers a both day visitors and overnight visitors the chance to visit our rehabilitated colonies. All these Meerkats re all ‘misfits’- animals confiscated for cruelty, orphans and unwanted pets – which, now rehabilitated, have formed their own family group.
They roam freely about the lodge grounds, breeding and living a natural life. Photographers will be delighted at the photographic opportunities they offer.
Kalahari Trails offers a wide range of accommodation at reasonable prices. The main guesthouse commands impressive views of the Nossob riverbed and the dune fields stretching to the horizon. It has a large verandah (stoep) where guests can sit in comfort and visitors are welcome to use the barbecue (braai) facilities.
Visit us at Kalahari Trails to learn more about the magnificent Kalahari and its animals on our guided walks and tours.
No Records Found
Sorry, no records were found. Please adjust your search criteria and try again.