Description of accommodation:
Well known for the great Migration of Zebras and Wildebeest followed by a good amount of predators and scavengers, Kumaga now with a fully flooded Boteti River.
There are 10 campsites in Kumaga. The camp area has 2 modern ablution block facilities.
The Makgadikgadi Pans National Park was set up to protect the fragile environment around the Salt Pans which extend into the southern section of the Park. The village of Khumaga is located on the northern border of the Park and this has resulted in an ongoing conflict between livestock and Lions which often leave the Park to hunt the easy-to-catch livestock. A controversial fence has recently been built to prevent the Lions from leaving the Park.
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