The Meno A Kwena camp in Botswana was created as perfect place to experience the natural luxurious beauty Africa. This camp, recently featured on The Amazing Race, offers tours in which guests can possibly see some of the wildlife in Africa; the camp is also a refuge where humans can relax and feel at one with nature. The tents in the camp are situated, so they blend into the vegetation of Botswana, but they are also positioned to provide guests with a first class view of the Boteti River, where the majestic animals of Africa come to drink. Guests are protected from the animals, because the camp is enclosed within a thorny barrier. Six twin-sized tents and two double tents are on the campground. Each tent has a shower and a flushing commode.

In the Amazing Race Reality TV show, viewers were introduced to the Bushmen of Botswana. On the show, the Bushmen, one of the oldest native groups of people from Botswana, assisted the teams of ordinary travelers as the teams attempted to complete challenges that were a part of the Bushmen’s culture. The administrative team at Meno A Kwena helps guests organize walking tours with the Bushmen. The team at the camp can also organize African safari trips by jeep into Makgadikgadi Pans National Park.

 

 

Bushmen

Janaina Matarazzo Photo courtesy of the the Meno A Kwena

 

 

Meno A Kwena

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Meno A Kwena

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Meno A Kwena

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Meno A Kwena

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Bushmen Family in Botswana

Photo courtesy of the Meno A Kweno Camp

 

Claudine Williams

Claudine Williams

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