April to July
As the rainy season ends, the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans start to dry out and grazing becomes non-existant. The zebra then migrate to the Boteti River side of the Makgadikgadi National Park – so lodges such as Leroo La Tau and Meno A Kwena can offer a front row seat to a spectacular show. Meanwhile from about June the salt pans are dry enough for guests to enjoy a variety of dry season activities such as quad biking or sleeping out under the stars. Year round, guests have the opportunity to meet the semi-habituated meerkats.