Set out at day-break with the guides and Bushman trackers to walk through the dunes. You will be shown how to identify animal spoor, birds, trees and plants, and discuss their medicinal uses. You’ll return to the Lodge in time for a hearty brunch made by the local Mier ladies. The length of the walk, and distance you cover, depends on the fitness and interest of the guests.
A shorter guided walk is also arranged to see the ‘heart’ of the pan.
Walk to our re-created cultural village to visit the Bushman crafters at work. You may join young Bushmen demonstrating their traditional games and purchase traditional crafts hanging from the branches of the tree under which the crafters sit at work. These crafters also sell their goods at the Lodge curio shop.
Join us on the observation deck after dinner and gaze through our telescopes at the splendour of the Kalahari night sky. If night-sky viewing of the stars is of interest to you, we suggest that you plan your visit to coincide with the new moon when the sky is at it’s darkest. Because the air is so clean, and there is no light pollution, you will be able to see more with the naked eye than you’ll see on almost any other place on earth.