Planet Baobab is situated near Makgadikgadi Salt Pans which are the remains of what used to be a huge ancient inland ocean.
The accommodation reflects the traditional building methods of the original inhabitants of the Makgadikgadi Pans.
You can choose between traditional Bakalanga huts, which are en suite, and built from mud, and traditional grass huts, not en suite, made in the original Bushmen way.
Because both types of huts are made from natural materials indigenous to the Makgadikgadi area, they are perfectly temperature-controlled without the need for air-conditioners.
Listen to the sounds of the Makgadikgadi while enjoying your evening meal next to the campfire or beneath the giant marula tree.
Planet Baobab also has lovely shaded camping sites, each with braai area and shared ablution blocks.
Quad biking on the wide open spaces of the Pans is available, and as the Makgadikgadi has an ancient geological history, the vicinity of Planet Baobab contains many stone tools from prehistoric eras. The well-known Fossil Pan also contains many fossil remnants.