Situated in the Kalahari Desert, home to the San people, lies the world's biggest salt pan, the Makgadikgadi Pan, which is all that remains of an ancient inland sea.
Over the years it has become lots of smaller pans, some huge, some just the size of a garden pond, all glistening with salt. During the rains water lies on the pans attracting huge numbers of flamingos and other migratory birds and it is the only place in Southern Africa that you find the migration of thousands of wildebeest and zebra and, as always, their predators are not far behind.
Sleepouts on the pans
Wildebeast and zebra migration
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