Nxai Pan National Park

Nxai Pan National Park is situated in north-eastern Botswana, comprising of Nxai Pan, which is one of the Makgadikgadi Pan salt pads.

Nxai Pan National Park lies only north of the Maun-Nata primary street and abuts Makgadikgadi Pans National Park on its northern outskirt. The dish itself is a fossil lakebed around 40 square km in size.

The National Park is likewise home to the group of centuries old baobab trees, which owe their name to Thomas Baines, the man known to have found them. Baines’ Baobabs, as they are known today, are a sight looked for by numerous voyagers wandering into this untamed landscape of Botswana.

This national park is home to elephant, giraffe, lion, panther, cheetah, kudu, springbok, impala, ostrich, Cape wild puppy, jackal, hyena, bat-eared fox, aardwolf, and nectar badger.

The Nxai Pan is additionally a rearing ground for herds of Zebra, Wildebeest, Gemsbok, Eland, making it a vital nature hold for any African untamed life lover.

Most of the untamed life action at Nxai Pan occurs amid the green season in the late spring with the arrival of rains, however the national park is equally worth visiting in the winter when the land is dry.