Mabuasehube accommodation and camps



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Mabuasehube accommodation and camps in Botswana 

The entrance to Mabuasehube lies east of the Nossob camp in the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park. The vast open wild ness of Mabuasehube allows you to experience the untouched wilderness of the Kalahari. The campsites in Mabuasehube are very basic and has no fencing around them. It is not uncommon to encounter predators in and around your campsites. 

No trailers are allowed on this Poletswa wilderness trail towards mabuasehube and no less than 2 vehicles and more than 5 vehicles are allowed on this crossing per day. Experience the vast kalahari on this sandy track towards Mabuasehube. 

3 Trails from within the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park incorporating Mabuasehube Game Reserve.

Kaa trail : This can be travelled in one day, however it is advised to sleep over en route. This section of the Kalahari has low game consentrations except in drier times after scattered rain showers. 

Polentswa Trail : This is an impressive route and passes pans, dunes, graslands. It is relativley flat except for some dunes towards rooi rambukas on the last day. 

Mabuasehube Wilderness Trail: 
This trail can only be travelled from mabuasehube towards Nossob. It passes through lovely savannah for most of the journey.Normally bigger game concentrations can be seen around the Mabuasehube pans. It is a sandy track and relatively flat. 

Campsites are basic and it is important to make sure you have enough drinking water , cleaning and showering water. Water is a commodity in the Kalahari and very important on these safaris. 

The attraction to mabuasehube is the ' road less travelled' and after the rains have fallen the pans fill with water and it allows for an excellent wildlife and wilderness experience. The perfect trail to escape the popular kgalagadi transfrontier park and explore the wild side of the kalahari. 

Mabuasehube game reserve was incorporated in the Botswana gemsbok national park in 1992 and then again into the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park in 2000.

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