This is the largest of the wilderness camps in the Kgalagadi and by far the biggest, about 15 rooms. All overlook a waterhole which is (not very well) floodlit at night. our room was some distance from the waterhole.The rooms are standard meru style tents with a seperate, very nice , kitchen. We stayed in the honeymoon tent (after 45 years of wedded bliss) which is much bigger, right on the end, and it has a great alone with nature feel. The whole sight is very well looked after by the staff and is mossie free. You also gain a bonus 10 minutes in the 630am rive to the Auob river waterholes. So you can be alone on a top game viewing area. A few nights after we left a lion made a kill between the tents so leavers couldnt get out for a few ours. That would have got it a 5 if we had seen it. Oh yes nice dipping pool to cool off in. Recommended.