Nxai Pan Camp received its name from the ancient fossil grounds it is located on. The camp has 9 thatched units, accommodating 18 guests. The units are designed to keep the much fluctuating temperature levels constant. The rooms provided great views of the waterhole next to the camp, which attracts many different mammal species. Nxai pan is well known for its huge springbok population and once the rains have started, gemsbok, elephant and zebras migrate to the region. At this time zebra’s come in their thousands to drop their young at Nxai Pan.
All of the 9 units are solar powered and equipped with fans, an outside shower and a private viewing deck. The luxury custom-designed units are connected to the main area by slightly raised walkways and provide views of the waterhole located next to the camp.
Three meals are served every day in the dining area.
Nxai Pan Camp has a dining area, lounge, a library, a curio shop and a swimming pool. There is also a viewing deck providing spectacular views of the area. Large herds of giraffes, zebras, springbok and wildebeest can be seen, which lure many predators such as lions and jackals. Nxai Pan Camp offers beside game drives and nature walks, historical tours to Baines Baobabs.