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How to Beat the Safari Crowds
One of largest migrations in Africa is happening as tens of thousands of wildebeest and zebras make their way across the Makgadikgadi from the Okavango, a journey of hundreds of miles. One of Botswana’s (and Africa’s) best kept secrets, guests and travelers have the unique perspective of witnessing the natural beauty of a migration without the crowds and vehicles spoiling the experience of some better known phenomenons in Tanzania and Kenya. The isolation and exclusivity here is complete, overwhelming and unique. All tents of at the Makgadikgadi’s most luxurious camp, Jack's Camp are the perfect 'migration station' with open views of the expansive Makgadikgadi and nearby watering hole and all its creatures. The pool Jack's Camp is specifically angled to allow best vantage of the teaming wildlife that surrounds at this time. Front row seats to the spectacular migration of zebra and wildebeest, the second biggest in Africa, and the last remaining in Southern Africa.
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